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J Liaquat Uni Med Health Sci. 2008; 7(2): 59-60


Importance of Effective Leadership in Medical Institutes

Abdul Sattar Memon, Iqbal Memon and Noshad Ahmed Shaikh.

Abstract
Leadership is just one of the many, but most important
assets of any institute. New institutes and universities
in last 5 to 7 years have been stepping forward to
adapt new technologies and contemporary developments.
Such patterns are also found in organization,
those are specific for learning of subjects relevant to
Medical and Health sciences. But this flexibility and
adaptableness is with new gadgets and equipments
that are not enough as it only shows focus on material
gain for the accomplishment of personal ‘make the
most of attitude’. On the other hand success of a flourishing
organization in real sense is that it must possess
quality leaders. To do that care must be taken in
distinguishing between the two concepts that are one
showing success of expansions and extensions of
physical entities; other is to provide strong leadership.

Key words: Leadership


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