Emotional intelligence as conceptualized in this study was positively related to overall performance ratings of potential leaders. The ever-increasing roles and
potential responsibilities for Professional Medical Associations (PMAs) suggest that these organizations should consider multisource performance reviews as these potential future PMA executives rise
through their organizations to assume leadership positions with profound potential impact on healthcare. The current findings support the notion that potential leaders who demonstrated a humble pattern or an accurate pattern of self-rating scored significantly higher in their leadership, teamwork, and interpersonal/communication skills than those with an aggrandizing self-rating.
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Surgical Endoscopy-PULSE 360-Leadership development in a professional medical society using 360-degree survey feedback to assess emotional intelligence