The other day I was leading a staff meeting in my department at The Everett Clinic. We were discussing some important issues in our work. After the meeting, I felt that I hadn’t done a very good job in my role as a leader…I did too much talking and not enough listening. I hadn’t facilitated a very productive discussion--I was disappointed in my performance. This stimulated me to think about the nature of leadership.
As our nation moves toward the next presidential election, many of us are reflecting on what makes a good leader. After all, we are going to have to pick someone to be... Read More