What Kind of Answer Is ‘I Don’t Know?’

The answer that shocks new fellows

In his regular column in Oncology Times, Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center Chair Brian Bolwell, MD, FACP, explores topics critical to leading cancer centers in today’s healthcare environment. His latest column ponders why autocratic power styles are too common in medicine and offers countermeasures from James Hunter’s The World’s Most Powerful Leadership Principle — How to Become a Servant Leader.   He also offers examples of when the behavior is appropriate, and why answering “I don’t know” matters to a serving leadership style.

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Read the full column here.