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Dr. Michael Gleiber on Top Leadership Strategies

Dr. Michael Gleiber was featured in the Becker’s Spine Review article, “51 Spine Surgeons on Top Leadership Strategies,” where 51 spine surgeons featured on this list discussed the core concepts for becoming a leader in the field today and the key qualities of spine surgeon leaders in the future. 

Dr. Gleiber’s excerpt is below:

51 Spine Surgeons on Top Leadership Strategies

by Heather Linder, Carrie Pallardy and Laura Miller

The key to being a leader, in my opinion, is to strive to develop a reputation as an educator at the local level, within the community you serve. Constantly striving to provide care with excellent results as well as demystifying many of “the snake oil” type claims about spine surgery is paramount. Always operating, literally and figuratively, in the best interest of your patients will provide you with a reputation as a well-respected surgeon within the community and amongst your peers.

The spine surgeons on this list include founders and presidents of large private practices; division heads at highly regarded medical centers and academic institutions; board members of national spine surgeon organizations; researchers; clinical and business innovators; and surgeons who consistently engage in healthcare thought leadership.

Spine surgeons do not pay and cannot pay to appear on this list.

Read the full article “51 Spine Surgeons on Top Leadership Strategies” »

Becker’s Spine Review is a Chicago-based online and print publication focused on news and analysis of the business and legal issues related to spine surgeons and practices. The publication includes electronic newsletters, additional web content and a quarterly print publication sent