Manuscripts published by the academy
  1. Craighead PS. Public Scepticism in Health Care: The real cause of inertia? Hospital Quarterly 6(4): 63-65, 2003
  2. Craighead PS, Anderson R, Sargent R. Developing Leadership within an Academic Medical Department in Canada: A roadmap for Increasing Leadership SPAN. Healthcare Quarterly, July 2011.
  3. Khan N, Ghatage L, Craighead PS. Canadian Cancer Programs are struggling to invest in development of future leaders: Results of a pan Canadian survey. Healthcare Quarterly. Vol 19(3): 56-62; 2016.
  4. Craighead PS.Introducing a formative approach to developing better leaders in an academic medical institution. Can.Journal of Physician Leaders. Vol 3(1) 2016: 6-11.
  5. Kline T, Patterson M, Bharwani A, Craighead P. Barriers and Enablers to Academic Health Leadership. Leadership in Health Services Vol 29 (4). 2017.
  6. Craighead P. Advancing cancer control in the future through developing leaders. Review article, South African Journal of Oncology. February 2017
  7. Craighead Peter S, Verma et al. The role of coaches within academic medical departments: Is there value to integrating this into academic mentorship programs? Healthcare Quarterly Nov. 2019.

Reading resources

Those interested in making effective changes are advised to read widely. Some suggested texts include:

  1. Change:
    Leading change – John Kotter
    Transitions – William Bridges
    Creating a sense of urgency – Kotter
  2. Motivation and Purpose:
    The concept of Ikigai – various
    The surprising truth about what motivates us – Daniel Pink
  3. Leading self:
    The Titleless Leader– Nan Russell
    Strategic Focus – Brian Bacon; Oxford academy
    LEADS platform – CCLH
    Centre for Creative leadership papers
    (Branding) Shift – Peter Arnell
  4. Authentic/Servant Leadership:
    Leaders eat last – Simon Sinek
  5. Evolution in self and in organizations:
    Journey to excellence -Al Stubblefield
    Good to Great– Jim Collins
  6. Communication:
    Truth about being a Leader-Karen Otazo
    Influence – Dan Neundorf
  7. Building effective teams
    The 5 Dysfunctions of an Effective Team– Lencioni
    Leading Teams – Harvard Business review

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