Management and Leadership in Nursing and Health Care: An Experiential Approach

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Management and Leadership
in Nursing and Health Care
An Experiential Approach

Second Edition

Elaine La Monica Rigolosi, EdD, JD, FAAN

Springer Publishing Company

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Table of contents

  • Springer Series on Nursing Management and Leadership i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Introduction xix
  • I Understanding Management and Leadership: The Science and the Philosophy 1
  • 1: Management Processes 3
  • 2: Theories of Management and Leadership 18
  • I Experiential Exercises: Ice-Breaking and Getting Acquainted 36
  • II: How Managers Work: The Core 47
  • 3: Knowing Self 51
  • 4: Diagnosing Others 60
  • 5: Leader Behavior 80
  • 6: Diagnosing the Task 110
  • 7: Management in Action 125
  • Experiential Exercises:Managerial Responsibilitiesajl 140
  • III: Managerial Skills 169
  • 8: Communication Processes 171
  • 9: Power 187
  • 10: Confident Communication 195
  • 11: Conflict Resolution 218
  • 12: Time Management 234
  • III - Experiential Exercises: Managerial Skills—the "How-To" Satellites 252
  • IV - Managerial Roles: the "Action" Satellites 299
  • 13: Change Facilitator 301
  • 14: Teacher 318
  • 15: Team Builder 333
  • 16: Interviewer 351
  • 17: Performance Appraiser 363
  • IV - Experiential Exercises: Managerial Roles—the "Action" Satellites 377
  • Epilogue 413
  • Author Index 415
  • Subject Index 421
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