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Changing Leadership Behavior Gets Real Results

The behavior of senior executives, and especially the CEO, is known to be directly related to an organization’s performance. In 2017, we reported on five behavioral dimensions required to build a culture of continuous improvement: willingness, humility, curiosity, perseverance, and self-discipline. Does changing leader behavior to embody these qualities lead to better patient outcomes? The leadership team at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFGH) has been studying this question over the last year and has determined the answer is yes.

Read the full article by John Toussaint, MD and Susan P. Ehrilch, MD, MPP,  on NEJM Catalyst

 

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