Breadcrumb Home Publications Medical Leadership: from the dark side to centre stage This content relates to the following topics: Clinical leadership Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page A new book co-written by Chris Ham, John Clark and Peter Spurgeon outlines the different roles of medical leaders and analyses the relationship between medical engagement and organisational performance. Comments Good read Log in to post comments Reply Link to comment Pagination Previous page Next page Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment Leave this field blank You may also be interested in Blog The Circles programme: leadership development for women Women occupy less leadership space in the health and care sector than men and continue to be under-represented in leadership positions, despite making up 78 per cent the workforce. Mandip Randhawa and Simon Newitt describe The King’s Fund’s re-imagined leadership development programme for women who want to change that. Article A very brief introduction to teaming How can people who don't know each other work together and support each other effectively? (3-minute read) Article Managing your energy The practice of restorative self care among leaders is hugely important for sustaining energy and building resilience. (3-minute read) Blog Why should health policy matter to clinical staff? GP trainees Dr Ree'Thee Bhatt and Dr Devina Maru share their experiences of working in health policy roles and outline why an understanding of policymaking is crucial to enabling clinicians to influence change in the health and care system.