The best leaders are those individuals who can connect a mission and values with the way forward and what's happening right now. And so, connecting patient stories with what you're doing and where you're wanting to go. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Dr. Richard Winters. Richard is a practicing emergency physician and an executive coach at Mayo Clinic. He is also the director of Leadership Development for the Mayo Clinical Care Network, where he facilitates retreats and delivers programs that train leaders at healthcare organizations worldwide. Richard has authored the recently published Wall Street Journal bestselling book You’re the Leader Now What? Leadership Lessons from Mayo Clinic. Together Graham and Richard discuss the characteristics of what makes a good leaders, identifying and developing your own personal leadership style, the challenges leaders are experiencing today, developing greater self-awareness, and the various leadership personas. The best leaders are individuals who develop leaders, not followers. And so hopefully you're working with someone who's trying to get the best out of you to find your kind of leadership abilities. It's important to find where we have efficacy and in these kinds of leader-to-colleague relationships, find how we're being able to be our best in those situations.
For more information about Dr. Richard Winters, please visit:https://www.richardwinters.com
For more information about You’re the Leader Now What? Leadership Lessons from Mayo Clinic by Richard Winters M.D, please visit:https://www.richardwinters.com/book/
Connect with Richard Winters on Twitter, please visit:https://twitter.com/drrwinters
Connect with Richard Winters on LinkedIn, please visit:https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardcwinters/