The Decision Making Policies Of The Administrative Leadership
This is to go without saying that not all physicians possess the leadership abilities to address decision making policies. Definitely a physician needs to have the administrative leadership trait to become a successful leader and resolve conflicts.
Effective administrative leadership also requires individual ability. Studies of bureaucratic organizations have identified a consistent set of attributes, behavioral patterns, and outlooks associated with successful leaders. Leadership in administrative politics demands intelligence, especially the ability to acquire substantive knowledge and to use organizational process; the will to achieve or succeed; highly developed interpersonal skills; the willingness and ability to listen and learn from others; and the inclination to enjoy organizational and political work and the exercise of power.
What is very interesting is that even through there may be a governmental policy that needs reforming, depending on who’s involve with the regulations and who is providing political support is what plays a major factor. It’s a win/lose relationship.…