Leadership Is Action: My Experience in ASCO’s First Asia Pacific Leadership Development Program Class
"Leadership is not a single quality. Leadership consists of a series of actions you take, such as respecting others, taking responsibility, communicating to share values and goals, motivating and inspiring others," said Dr....
Making Time to Job Hunt While Working Full Time
It’s time for a change. Maybe you feel like there’s bad management in your workplace, your pay isn’t keeping up with your expenses, or you’re just feeling burnt out. Or maybe you’re not feeling any extremely negative emotions toward your current position, but you’d like to do something new, find more opportunities for growth,...
When the Two M’s — Motherhood and Medical Oncology — Intersect
By Atlal Abusanad, MD, MSc, FRCPC, CIPIn the months leading up to my maternity leave, I informed my patients that I would be away for a particular length of time and that a colleague will be available to cover my duties. The delight of preparing for my newborn was tempered by my sense of...
Against All Odds: When the Fear of Cancer Is More Devastating Than the Disease
By Moni Abraham Kuriakose, MD, FRCSFebruary 12 is a special day in the Orthodox Church calendar—Remembrance Day of all who departed from this world. (It almost coincided with Maha Sivaratri on February 18, when Vavu Bali, a Hindu ritual, is carried out for the departed souls. Was it a coincidence?!) During the sermon, the priest...
Getting a Clearer View of Your Company’s Carbon Footprint
Even as climate legislation, regulation, and taxation proceed slowly, some companies are responding voluntarily to the expectations of their environmentally sensitive shareholders and customers by starting the journey to decarbonize their supply chains. E-liability accounting, introduced in the November 2021 issue of the Harvard Business Review, enables organizations to build upon well-established accounting principles...
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