Can you recognise the “IN” and “OUT” leaders?
29 June 2020
EBHC programmes Leadership
The COVID-19 pandemic has created opportunities for people to lead in different ways. In this piece, we highlight the concept of “IN” and “OUT” leadership. The idea was first brought to our attention in a Harvard Business Review article by Gill Korkindale. We summarise and extend the features of “IN” and “OUT” leadership and hypothesise that these features may be associated with individual dominant leadership styles.
Kamal R. Mahtani is an NHS GP, Associate Professor and Director of the Oxford International Primary Care Research Leadership and EBHC Leadership programmes, and Co-Director at the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford.
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