The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics wants dietitians to use 2014 to develop their leadership skills and have a say in evolving health policy issues that affect nutrition science, says registered dietitian Brenda Richardson, who heads the academy’s Political Action Committee. The top leadership skills for dietitians are being collaborative, having good communication skills, embracing values in leadership roles, having a vision for the future and finding innovative ways to fill unmet marketplace needs, Emma Fogt writes.

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