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Authordc.contributor.authorPrado, Arturo 
Authordc.contributor.authorParada, Francisco 
Cita de ítemdc.identifier.citationAesthetic Plastic Surgery, Volumen 34, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 547-549
Abstractdc.description.abstractThis article was developed after the authors heard young plastic surgeons of their unit ask what attribute makes people want to follow a leader. What people most seek to find in a leader has been constant over time and shared in different countries, genders, and age groups. These qualities include honesty, a forward-looking perspective, inspiration, and competence (Kouzes and Posner, Clin Lab Manage Rev 8:340, 1994). However, the residents and fellows thought differently and told the authors how "they" wanted to be seen when they became leaders. They wanted to viewed as shifting engines pulling forward teams of plastic surgery as hard as possible, leaving space for followers to develop and grow. They also wanted to be seen as having impeccable behavior related to the assumption of obligations, and finally as having the "most" informal authority possible, an authority that is not negotiable because it is given by peers to the leader due to personal qualities and actions. Obtaining forma
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Keywordsdc.subjectNew leaders of plastic surgery
Títulodc.titleLeadership in plastic surgery today
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