Look around and you’ll be surrounded by let’s face it... d**ks. Not just in politics and business — but also in Medicine.
We’re taught lots about the multidisciplinary team and how important each member is — but that’s not always the experience in the real world. What I really want to know is: Do you need to be a d**k to be a good leader?
And not just the knee jerk response of: "of course not". I want to know the ins and outs, and maybe — if sometimes it’s useful to be a bit brash or abrasive — and not always be everyone’s best friend
So I’m on a mission to ask this question to all the people I admire in Medicine. Whether that’s clinicians, academics, policymakers or people in business. People of all backgrounds, races, genders etc. It should be really interesting.
I hope you enjoy the series — and as always reviews on iTunes are worth their weight in gold.
Inspired by Max Joseph's excellent short film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRRvjZ_XNog
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