Dive into the theoretical framework of the 4C’s of influence that underpins effective leadership and explore key leadership dimensions in medical education and beyond.
What are the 4 C’s of leadership?
Competence, character, connection and culture are critical for effective influence and leadership. The theoretical framework, “The 4C’s of Influence”, integrates these four key dimensions of leadership and prioritises their longitudinal development, across the medical education learning continuum.
What are the 3 C’s of a good leader?
My training and experiences in the Army provided valuable insights into the principles and guidance into the makings of a true leader, none more impressive than the three Cs: competence, commitment and character.
What are the C’s of effective leadership?
The five C’s encompass the key traits that are considered the bedrock of effective leadership, including credibility, communication, commitment, confidence and creativity.