EMCrit Podcast - Critical Care and Resuscitation

Team leadership is hard [duh]. Teaching it to our trainees is even tougher. When you work in a team of true experts with established implicit communication, things just flow--giving the the team leader the impression that they actually know what the hell they are doing. The mark of a good team leader is how they handle a less than ideal team. I found a true master to interview on the topic of team leadership--friend of the show, Cliff Reid.

Attitudinal Choices

* Authoritative vs. empowering

* Be Aware that many of us are helped or hurt by implicit biases

Gender bias paper

* Ju et al. Effect of Professional Background and Gender on Residents’ Perceptions of Leadership. Academic Medicine. 2019 Nov;94:S42–7.

Prep and Prebrief

* Relational Coordination by Purdy et al.

from Purdy et al.

Where to Stand

* Foot of the bed in the opinion of Cliff and me

Zero Point Survey (ZPS)

* Cliff's Video on ZPS

* Perform STEP at the beginning then UP for team recaps

Recap / SitRep / Updates-Priorities

* What am I missing here?

How to Lead from the Follower Slot

* Presupposition

* Pacing and Leading

* Play to their ego

Drive by Voice / Fly by Voice

* Commentary Driving

Eyes On / Eyes Off

Sydney HEMS Team Communication Videos

More from Cliff on EMCrit

* How to Be a Hero with Cliff Reid

* Making Things Happen with Cliff Reid

* Mind of the Resuscitationist with Cliff Reid

* Cliff Reid's Own the Resus Room

Additional Reading

* Resus Communication

* Hicks Human Factors for Teams Summary from Simulcast

* Hicks Fog of War

* Another of those duh studies, but it had to be done -- No difference between EM and surgery resident team leading for trauma

* ABCs of Team Leadership from Regions

* Brindley on followership

Post Publication Peer Review from Iain Beardsell


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