The definition of leadership in psychiatry goes beyond graduation from medical school, psychiatry residency, and a license to practice medicine and prescribe pills. Leaders are distinguished by their untiring advocacy, responsibility to patients, and support for patients’ access to care. Physicians are distinguished by their dedication to the study, safe application, and advancement of scientific and medical knowledge and their sacred regard for the doctor-patient relationship. Psychiatrists take pride in their holistic and biopsychosocial approach to patients’ well-being. The moment we shirk these commitments, we diminish our effectiveness as leaders, physicians, and psychiatrists.