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Title: Opportunities for Leadership:


1
Opportunities for Leadership Education of a
Foreign Medical Graduate
Surendra K. Varma, M.D. Associate Dean of
Graduate Medical Education Ted Hartman Endowed
Chair in Medical Education University
Distinguished Professor and Vice-Chairman of
Pediatrics Professor of Physiology and Health
Services Research Residency Program
Director Department of Pediatrics Texas Tech
University Health Sciences Center
2
Coming to America
  • Goals
  • Further education
  • Desire to excel

3
Beginning
  • You are an ambassador for your country. If you
    do good, people will appreciate it. If you have
    no good work ethic, people will say that all
    Indians are like it.
  • - My Father

4
Boston
5
Learning Curve
  • Culture
  • Language
  • Adjustment to Environment

6
Nothing is as necessary for success as the
single minded pursuit of an objective Frederic
k W. Smith
7
The starting point of all achievement is
desire Napoleon Hill
8
  • Stay in mainstream. Do not migrate/flock to your
    ethnic group at workplace
  • Be proud of your heritage

9
Influence
  • Mentors
  • Peers

10
Six essential qualities are the key to success
sincerity, personal integrity, humility,
courtesy, wisdom, charity Dr. William
Menninger
11
Lubbock
12
He who would climb the ladder must begin at the
bottom English Proverb
13
Work Ethic
  • Diligence
  • Drive
  • Collegiality
  • Respect Cultural Religious Diversity

14
Balance
  • Clinical Skills
  • Education
  • Research
  • Administration

15
Protected Time
  • Research
  • Personal Development
  • Family

16
  • Balance between family and work

17
  • Involve yourself in but do not over commit
  • Involve in
  • Departmental Activities
  • Institutions Activities

18
Make service your first priority, not success,
and success will follow Secrets of Effective
Leadership
19
THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX
20
  • Community Service
  • Child Advocacy

21
Community Service
  • Opportunities
  • Resources
  • e.g. Diabetes Camp for Children with Diabetes
  • Resource Rotary Club

22
All politics is local Tip ONeill
23
  • Start at local level
  • Regular Participation Is Essential
  • Eighty Percent Success is Showing Up
  • -Woody Allen

24
  • Volunteer your time and services
  • Fulfill Commitments with Sincerity and Integrity

25
  • Next Step Participate in State
    Society Leadership as your local
    representative
  • - Listen, Observe and
    Volunteer
  • - Avail Leadership Opportunities
  • Many People Have Gone Further Than They Thought
    They could Because Someone Else Thought They
    Could.
  • - Unknown

26
Child Advocacy
  • Need Based
  • Personal Commitment
  • e.g. Newborn Screening for congenital
    Hypothyroidism in Texas
  • Resource State Senator
  • Target State Legislature
  • Bill Passed 1977
  • Money Appropriated 1979

27
  • Next Step Avail Opportunities for Leadership at
    National Level.
  • Keep focus of your expertise. Do not overspread
    yourself

28
  • National Level
  • - Listen, Observe Volunteer
  • You Can Observe a Lot By Watching
  • - Yogi Berra
  • - Keep your Ego in check

29
The deepest principle in human nature is the
craving to be appreciated William James
30
No amount of study or learning will make a man a
leader unless he has the natural qualities of
one. -Archibald Wavell London Times
February 17, 1941
31
  • Do your home work
  • People dont care how much you know until they
  • know how much you care.
  • -Unknown
  • Volunteer your services for things you can do
    effectively.

32
  • Express your opinion in a gentle fashion
  • Kind words can be short and easy to speak but
    their echoes are truly endless
  • - Mother Teresa
  • Listen to other points of views
  • In a Room Full of People There May be Persons
    Wiser Than You.
  • - My Father

33
It is unwise to be too sure of ones own wisdom.
It is healthy to be reminded that the strongest
might weaken and the wisest might err.
- Mahatma Gandhi
34
Success vs Failure
Success is that old ABC Ability, Breaks, and
Courage - Charles Luckman In my case add
luck as well
35
Leadership is a combination of strategy and
character. If you must be without one, be
without the strategy.
-Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf
36
Failure
  • Do not blame others
  • Do not take shelter behind Ethnicity Bias
  • Try to get over it
  • But man is Not Made for Defeat. A Man Can Be
    Destroyed But Not Defeated.
  • - Ernest Hemingway

37
No man fails who does his best Orison Swett
Marden
38
WHAT NEXT?
39
IS THERE A GLASS CEILING?
40
I DO NOT KNOW
41
The very essence of leadership is that you have
to have a vision.
-Theodore Hesburgh
42
Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for
tomorrow. - Anon
43
No man succeeds without a good woman behind him.
Wife or mother, if it is both, he is twice
blessed indeed
-Harold MacMillan, 1963
44
In three words I can sum up everything Ive
learned about life it goes on. -Robert Frost
45
  • Mentors
  • Raghubir P. Varma (My Father)
  • Charles Janeway, M.D.
  • John F. Crigler, Jr., M.D.
  • John B. Stanbury, M.D.
  • John D. Crawford, M.D.
  • Deceased

46
I want to thank you for making this day
necessary - Yogi Berra
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