Leadership and management in medical and health professions’ education: Why do I need to lead?

Judy McKimm, Kirsty A T Forrest, Paul Jones, Tang Ching Lau

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterEducationpeer-review

Abstract


The following sections are included:

Scenario

Introduction

Chapter 1: Why? — Why Does This Happen?

Definitions and Theories of Leadership, Management and Followership

Management

Followership

Summary

Practice Highlights

Chapter 2: What? — What Are The Useful Tools/Skills For A Leader?

Scenario

Understanding Yourself: Your Strengths and Weaknesses

Building Credibility

Communications and Conversations

Culture

Culture and Conflict

Coping With and Managing Change

Summary

Practice Highlights

Chapter 3: How? — How To Use These Tools/Skills?

‘Learning Leadership’

Scenario

Reframing and Support

Letting Go

Developing the Team

The Wider Picture

Paying it Forward: Embedding Leadership into Curricula and Professional Development

Summary

Practice Highlights

References
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEducate, Train and Transform: Toolkit on Medical and Health Professions Education
EditorsDujeepa D Samarasekera , Matthew C E Gwee
Place of Publication Singapore
PublisherWorld Scientific Publishing
Pages163-198
ISBN (Electronic)978-981-3279-29-2
ISBN (Print)978-9813279278, 978-981-3279-26-1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2021

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