Leadership Qualities in Prominent Neurosurgeons
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The most successful professionals, irrespective of their field of activity, share a set of basic qualities: perfectionism, self-denial and overwork. All are highly competitive, achievement-oriented, easily frustrated, impatient, and suffer from permanent pressure to meet deadlines. These are statements made in a superb paper by J. Maroon, entitled “The Paradox of Success and the Neurosurgeon” .
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