The real work of leadership requires strong communication, assembling highly functional teams and a willingness to allow others to do what they do best.
Dr. Brian Bolwell, Chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Taussig Cancer Institute and Director of Physician Leadership and Development, pays tribute to the late Joseph Simone, MD.
How can physician-leaders defuse the clashes that inevitably crop up among members of their teams? Check out these tips from Brian Bolwell, MD, Cleveland Clinic’s Director of Physician Leadership and Development, in his latest Oncology Times column.
In a candid and wide-ranging conversation, Brian J. Bolwell, MD, FACP, Cleveland Clinic’s Director of Physician Leadership and Development and Chairman of Taussig Cancer Institute discusses what he looks for in physician leaders and the challenges and rewards of being one.
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Cleveland Clinic Director of Physician Leadership Brian Bolwell, MD, provides a concise overview of healthcare leadership essentials. It’s knowledge gained from his long tenure as Chairman of Taussig Cancer Institute and Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center.
In his column for Oncology Times, Brian Bolwell, MD, FACP, takes a deep dive into his approach to recruiting physician leaders.
A chat with Wael Barsoum, MD, CEO and President of Cleveland Clinic Florida, about his transition from physician to hospital executive.
Rheumatologist and Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine Editor-in-Chief offers his thoughts on a recent call in the New England Journal of Medicine for formal leadership training for physicians.
Understanding health and disease remains the backbone of medical school and graduate training, while the nuanced teamwork and communication tools for successful doctoring are relegated to the hidden curriculum.
As a leader in Ob/Gyn and women’s health, taking a leadership role in diversity and inclusion is critically important too.