Medical leadership is important and must be a part of training. It requires qualities at three levels: the personal, the interpersonal (working with and through others) and the organisational (in political and cultural contexts). Some of the traits of good leadership can be taught and learnt, whereas others are inherent. The roles of individual leaders depend on the organisations in which they are involved. Different contexts require different leadership styles.
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