The Care Quotient is a prescription for business and personal success based on caring about the right things. Selfless caring is based on a moral belief system that demands that principles and truth are your highest goals and that taking personal responsibility is your defining quality. Selfless caring drives you to leave people and circumstances better than you found them. It is a virtually limitless source of energy that fuels tireless preparation and incessant trial and error and personal reinvention.
If you selflessly care, you will:
Realize that management is a gift and a profound responsibility
Reinvent yourself and your approach as often as it takes to be successful
Take the time to teach and mentor and to be taught and mentored
Make difficult decisions
Set a great example, all the time
Take chances on people and cultivate talent.
From these critical behaviors come the winning strategies and desired outcomes, time after time. True followship flows from the engagement, alignment, inspiration, and motivation that a selflessly caring leader engenders.
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About the Author
Joseph V. Gulfo, MD, MBA, is the author of Innovation Breakdown: How the FDA and Wall Street Cripple Medical Advances. He is Executive Director of the Rothman Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Fairleigh Dickinson University and a Visiting Scholar at the Mercatus Center of George Mason University. A contributor to The Hill and Inc.com, he also teaches graduate cancer biology, business and entrepreneurship classes and maintains an educational cancer biology blog.
A serial entrepreneur, Dr. Gulfo is a leader in biopharma and medtech innovation. He is passionate about removing obstacles to breakthrough innovation, managing start-up companies, cultivating young managers, and developing products that can make a huge difference in the lives of patients and individuals. He received his MD from University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, and his MBA from Seton Hall University. He lives in New York, NY.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Management is a Gift and a Profound Responsibility 1
Chapter 2 Reinvent Yourself, as Often as It Takes 29
Chapter 3 Take the Time to Teach and Mentor, and to Be Taught and Mentored 54
Chapter 4 Make Difficult Decisions 78
Chapter 5 Set a Great Example 102
Chapter 6 Take Chances on People & Cultivate Talent 130
Chapter 7 Management & Leadership Tips and Insights 154
Conclusion: Summary and Care Quotient 187
About the Author 207