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American Association for Physician Leadership
American Association for Physician Leadership

Three Things a Physician Leader Must Know About Followers

Jonathan Bolton, MD, MA, MPhil, MMM


Jan 8, 2023


Physician Leadership Journal


Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 27-29


doi:10.55834/plj.7741672989


Abstract

Much has been written about leadership styles, attitudes, and practices. Much less is known or taught about followership. This article introduces three aspects of followership that should be appreciated by physician leaders and emphasizes characteristics of individual followers rather than the social interactions of followers on teams or in groups motivation, variety, and insights.


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