Posts tagged leadership
Mead Minutes: The many faces of leadership
Leadership has many faces and definitions. John Maxwell would say leadership is influence. Others would say being a leader is defined as the ability to generate followers. Others would mandate to be a leader you must have the ability to generate a vision coupled with the ability to have people buy into the vision and act. Leaders see what “could be and should be” before others. Leaders anticipate problems. Leaders do not accept the status quo as perfect or even acceptable. Leaders do not define success as a one-time place to arrive but rather a step on the road of growth. Leaders tolerate change and expect it. Leaders accept failure as a step of growth.
Personally, I had the privilege to work very closely with Hassane, and to see with my own eyes the love he has for everyone and the goodness of his heart. I have witnessed his love of our patients, their parents, and of our personnel, and seen him demonstrate this love over and over again, either through providing prayer, counseling, advice, or just friendly conversation. I have also seen him give of himself in every way.
Mead Minutes: Reflections on leadership
This week I had the special opportunity to attend a conference on leadership. Leadership and the study of leadership have always fascinated me. I read different books by different leaders of varying leadership styles. I like to ponder why certain men and women are considered great leaders and what characteristics made them so.
Mead Minutes: Reflections after CURE Clubfoot training in Ethiopia
Education has been buzzing around my thoughts as the week ended. The CURE Addis Hospital hosted a meeting of the CURE Clubfoot Ethiopian program and training. This course is a three day event with lectures and practical training in the evaluation and treating of the child’s clubfoot deformity.
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