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Effective Leadership Management

Author : Michael Adewale Adeniyi
ISBN : 9781425975982
Genre : Business & Economics
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A year after Katie Mariano's husband, Jack, died suddenly Katie finds herself thinking back to her college days. With a pang of guilt she fondly recalls her first love, Neil Hoffman. Over the years Neil has always held a special place in Katie's heart. Their relationship ended badly and Katie can't help but wonder what ever became of him. She also wonders if Neil still thinks of her. A mutual friend from college, Mike Schaefer, suddenly steps back into Katie's life and the lives of the three old friends are forever changed. When closure on past hurt is found, old friendships are renewed and a new love is born. Morning Coffee is about the journey to finding the right person, that special someone, with whom you want to share life's little moments.

Effective Leadership And Management In The Early Years

Author : Moyles, Janet
ISBN : 9780335221011
Genre : Education
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This book covers key topics such as diversity, bereavement and effective nutrition for children. It offers a unique collection from leading international education specialists in the field.

Practical Leadership And Management In Nursing

Author : Eleanor J. Sullivan
ISBN : 0132320274
Genre : Leadership
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Team work, management, & leadership skills are an important part of being a nurse. This is the perfect book to help you on your way to being a well-rounded nursing professional. It uses friendly, accessible language to comprehensively cover all management theories & applies them to practical nursing settings.

Effective Leadership Management And Supervision In Health And Social Care

Author : Ivan Gray
ISBN : 9780857255730
Genre : Social Science
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This book offers a comprehensive introduction to the areas of leadership, management and supervision for line managers, supervisors and senior practitioners Taking a problem-solving approach, the book explores different aspects of leadership and management including personal effectiveness, managing and leading supervision, managing training and development, managing resources and leading and developing a team. A precise review of each project area is linked to a set of audit tools that a manager can mobilise in order to review team and personal effectiveness and develop practice.

What Is Effective Leadership Managing People In Organisations

Author : Andreas Keller
ISBN : 9783656004608
Genre : Business & Economics
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Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1.4, University of Strathclyde, language: English, abstract: Leadership as a topic has been extensive studied around the world, yet the terms of reference remain vague. It is easier to define effective, since the dictionary1 definition is clear: producing a strong impression or response. Different authors have offered a whole range of definitions and opinions on what constitutes leadership. Leadership can be defined as the key dynamic force that motivates and co-ordinates the organisation in the accomplishment of its objectives (Dubrin,1997i). It is not so much a science but more an art that influences by example or persuasion to induce action. The executive has to be effective although “to effect” and “to execute” imply something different (Drucker,1993ii). In general, executives are highly intelligent individuals but it seems there is little correlation between a leader’s intelligence and his/her effectiveness, as Drucker points out. Generally, overall success can be measured in terms of productivity plus the realization of organizational goals, while the profitability of corporations is typically weighted in money earned. Dedicated, skilled and knowledgeable employees combined with a management team that understands how to inspire competent and motivated performance is geared for success by generating synergy in a continually changing workplace. In addition, a socially responsible management is considered an investment directly impacting the motivation and productivity of the workforce. The leadership quality is responsible for maintaining and creating a supportive workplace environment through fair compensation, proactive management and ethically responsible policies. However, on a lower level, leaders/executives are generally expected to be effective in their execution of their tasks although this should not be taken for granted.

Effective Leadership New Revised Edition

Author : John Adair
ISBN : 9780330530828
Genre : Business & Economics
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Leaders play an essential role in every aspect of our modern lives and good leadership is an art that is highly prized. Effective leaders not only control, appraise and analyse, they also encourage, improve and inspire. In Effective Leadership John Adair, Britain’s foremost expert on leadership training, shows how every manager can learn to lead. Drawing on numerous examples of leadership in action – commercial, historical, military – he identifies the essential requirements for good leadership and explains how you can enhance your personality, knowledge and position to become the best leader you can be. Recognized as the ultimate tool for any aspiring leader, this landmark book will help you to: • Understand leadership – the characteristics and skills you need to be an effective leader • Develop leadership abilities – how to define tasks, plan, brief, communicate, motivate and set an example • Grow as a leader – how to put your leadership skills into practice

Effective Leadership And Management In Nursing

Author : Eleanor J. Sullivan
ISBN : 0132083043
Genre : Leadership
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Completely updated in a new edition,Effective Leadership and Management in Nursing provides students with the necessary skills to make sound management decisions in a dynamic health care environment. Used worldwide, this award-winning book is now offered in a revised seventh edition to reflect the many changes in health care and nursing. Targeted to both practicing nurses and those in management, this book provides the tools for using the skills presented in each chapter, case studies with a managers checklist, critical thinking questions, key terms, an easy-to-read format, and a link to online instruction. In the ever-changing health care environment, nurses have never needed this information more.

Better Management Effective Leadership Through The Indian Scriptures

Author : Narayanji Misra
ISBN : 9788122309966
Genre : Management in literature
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Management as a subject and various theories associated with it are largely considered as brainchild of the West. the moment this topic is raised, the names of western thinkers, such as F.W. Taylor, Robert Owen and Peter F. Drucker, come to our mind. However, the fact is that all the management theories and hypotheses propounded so far, draw heavily from the Indian scriptures. Indian sages and gurus, like Sukra, Kautilya and Vedavyas laid the foundation to better management through their literary works as early as in the pre-Christian era. This book, Better Management and Effective Leadership through the Indian Scriptures, aims at discovering the treasure hidden in the Indian texts, making the management scholars all over the world feel proud of our literary heritage and appreciate the farsightedness of the Indian thinkers. It is an endeavour to reveal that, be it in any sphere of academics, Indian scholars were in no way secondary to their western counterparts; they were rather the precursors.

The Higher Education Manager S Handbook

Author : Peter McCaffery
ISBN : 9780415335072
Genre : Education
File Size : 29. 38 MB
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The Higher Education Manager’s Handbook 2/ehas been substantially updated and reflects important changes that have occurred since its first publication in 2004. It offers excellent counsel and guidance on all aspects of the manager’s role and provides the navigational tools to successfully operate within Higher Education organizations. Within this new edition, Peter McCaffery continues to draw on a wealth of US and UK case study materials drawn from innovative practice. This best selling guide builds upon its original strengths and remains an engaging, accessible and highly enjoyable read. Written in the unique perspective of the HE manager, it offers practical advice that can be implemented immediately by managers and university leaders at all levels. It addresses the internal ramifications of cynicism and demoralisation that are rife within many academic communities and is based on four pre-requisites essential for becoming an effective HE leader: Knowing Your Environment Knowing Your University Knowing Your Department Knowing Yourself What’s new in the second edition… New Chapter! Celebrating Diversity The Specific strategic drivers in HE University Governance The Business-Facing University The Community University Fostering Research Excellence, Fostering Teaching Excellence and Enhancing the Student Experience Internationalization Managing your Reputation Managing in a crisis Higher Education Managers, Team Leaders, Vice Chancellors, Provosts, University Presidents, Department Heads and Student Affairs Administrators will find this book to be an irreplaceable resource that occupies a permanent "within hands-reach" position on their desk and/or nearest bookshelf.

Managing Children S Homes

Author : Sarah Byford
ISBN : 1846427363
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 38. 52 MB
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Managing Children's Homes focuses on leadership, effective management, the allocation of resources, and ensuring positive outcomes for young people in residential care. The book develops an interdisciplinary understanding of what needs to be taken into account when establishing and maintaining good practice on behalf of young people living in children's homes. The authors explain the considerable variation in quality achieved by children's homes and how this relates to management style, working environment and staff structures. The skills and qualities that make effective managers of homes are explored. These, along with factors such as the provision of resources, are investigated to demonstrate how to attain a successful children's home environment and longer-term achievement for looked-after children. Based on innovative, DfES-funded, interdisciplinary research, this book will be essential reading for staff and managers in children's care homes and will also be of interest to students, policy-makers and directors of social services.

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