The Emotionally Intelligent Physician Leader: New Book Details Skills Needed to Manage People and Relationships
The Emotionally Intelligent Physician Leader, a new book published by the American Association for Physician Leadership and written by national expert Susan Fink Childs, FACMPE, provides a guide to mastering the emotional quotient necessary to be suc...
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