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Person-Centered Leadership

Person-Centered Leadership

Author: Jeanne M. Plas

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781452248233

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 261

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Why hasn't Total Quality Management (TQM) worked as well in the United States as it has in other countries? In the US employees seem to prefer recognition of individual achievement over recognition of the work team. Could the North American cultural emphasis on the individual be a crucial factor? This book demonstrates that the recent participatory management failures are the result of a lack of appreciation for the cultural role of rugged individualism, and offers an alternative, person-centred leadership which puts the individual at the very centre of the management approach. The author presents effective, psychology-based, person-centred management techniques through the use of examples and cases, many of them drawn fro

Person-Centered Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations

Person-Centered Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations

Author: Jeanne M. Plas

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9780761906247

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 176

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This book describes an approach to participatory management and leadership that has proven effective for organizations in U.S. and other western countries where people won't permit teambuilding to develop to the exclusion of individuality. The groundbreaking core of the book shows how this participatory management strategy, Person-Centered Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations, can be incorporated with great success into high stress nonprofit organizations. The book describes the leadership philosophy and day-to-day operations of an award-winning social service organization that targets youth and their families while successfully using person-centered strategies as the management model.

Human-Centered Leadership in Healthcare

Human-Centered Leadership in Healthcare

Author: Kay Kennedy

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

ISBN: 9781631955549

Category: Medical

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Human-Centered Leadership in Healthcare is a new leadership model based on the theory of complex systems. It addresses the requirement for healthcare organizations to develop environments that produce market leading outcomes which demonstrate value for patients. Since healthcare is a human-centric industry, it requires care for the leaders, the staff, and the patients. The Human-Centered Leadership model embraces the leader's focus on self-care and mindfulness while simultaneously focusing outward on others. The leader, at the center, adopts the attributes of the Awakener, the Connector, and the Upholder which result in practices leading to sustained quality outcomes, patient and staff satisfaction, and a healthy work environment. These practices and outcomes can be described as cultures of excellence, trust, and caring. The Human-Centered Leader in Healthcare understands that "It starts with you but it's not about you". Kay Kennedy, Lucy Leclerc, and Susan P. Campis’ goal for Human-Centered Leadership in Healthcare is to develop the people who lead the people who care for the people.

Handbook of Person?Centered Mental Health Care

Handbook of Person?Centered Mental Health Care

Author: Akhtar, Nosheen

Publisher: Hogrefe Publishing

ISBN: 9781613345689

Category: Psychology

Page: 204

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Person-centered mental health care is essential for keeping service users at the center of care. This handbook uses practical examples across clinical care, research, education, and healthcare administration to illustrate how to implement person-centered approaches for clients with serious mental health challenges. Looking at the different service points that this growing population of clients encounter enables service providers to see how to implement holistic person-centered care in an effective manner. Each chapter follows a concrete case example exploring different techniques, tools, and resources that can be used by service users and service providers. An appendix provides the handouts in printable form. Written by experts in person-centered care with diverse experiences with mental health-related practices and policies, this comprehensive handbook is a valuable resource for psychiatrists and other mental health practitioners, researchers, educators, and policy makers who work with people with serious mental health challenges.

Leadership and Groups in Recreational Service

Leadership and Groups in Recreational Service

Author: Jay Sanford Shivers

Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press

ISBN: 0838638759

Category: Psychology

Page: 421

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This text includes the latest theoretical developments in recreational service. Continued experimentation in the field of neuroscience has produced a great deal of rethinking about personal traits and leadership potential, in turn providing a detailed explanation of the processes and techniques of leaderhsip as it applies to the field of recerational service. The author deals with the functional aspects of leadership by providing numerous examples of how theory has been and should be applied in practical situations.

Visionary Leadership In Healthcare

Visionary Leadership In Healthcare

Author: Holly Wei

Publisher: Sigma Theta Tau

ISBN: 9781646480210

Category: Medical

Page: 640

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The world is constantly changing, and during a time of great challenges, our healthcare systems must evolve—moving beyond an illness narrative and toward one that focuses on health and healing. In doing so, our leadership styles must evolve as well. Visionary Leadership in Healthcare informs, expands, and empowers nurse leaders to envision and transform the current healthcare system using an evolved worldview to achieve a global, life-sustaining perspective. Authors and skilled, experienced nurse leaders Holly Wei and Sara Horton-Deutsch model their call to move away from hierarchical leadership to more engaged, open, equitable, inclusive, authentic, and caring leadership styles. Table of Contents Chapter 1: The Evolution of Leadership Theories Chapter 2: Global Perspectives on the Evolution of Nursing Leadership Chapter 3: Transcending Leadership and Redefining Success Chapter 4: Developing Effective Nursing Leadership Skills and Capacity Chapter 5: Nurturing Healthy and Healing Work Environments Chapter 6: Leadership Roles in Promoting a Resilient Workforce Chapter 7: Leadership Roles in Mitigating Organizational Trauma Chapter 8: Nursing Leadership in Planetary and Environmental Health Chapter 9: Quantum Caring Leadership: A new Ontology into Practice Chapter 10: Caring Science Informed Leadership Chapter 11: Promoting Exceptional Patient Experience Though Compassionate Connected Care Chapter 12: Applying Complexity Science in Promoting Community and Population Health Chapter 13: Assembling a Unifying Force: Interprofessional Collaboration to Improve Healthcare Chapter 14: Leadership in Disaster Preparedness and Response Chapter 15: Nursing Leadership in the Global Health Context Chapter 16: Nursing Leadership in Promoting the Use of Evidence Chapter 17: Wisdom Leadership: A Developmental Journey Chapter 18: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Nursing Education and Health Systems Chapter 19: Transforming Health Policy Chapter 20: Nursing Leadership in Social and Political Determinants of Health Chapter 21: Creating a Connected World: A Call to Ethics of Face and Belonging

Communication in Small Groups: Theory, Process, and Skills

Communication in Small Groups: Theory, Process, and Skills

Author: John F. Cragan

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781111799915

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 360

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COMMUNICATION IN SMALL GROUPS: THEORY, PROCESS, SKILLS expertly balances theory and processes with practical skill development. Drawing on their extensive and varied experience as active researchers, lecturers, and communication consultants, the authors provide students with a clear and comprehensive introduction to the study of small group communication. This well-respected text effectively integrates theory, research, and practice, guiding readers to apply concepts and principles to the process of communication when working as members of a team. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Requirements for the "modern" leader: Leadership Excellence in the context of Digital Leadership

Requirements for the

Author: Stefan Reinpold

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN: 9783346593771

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 31

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Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, , language: English, abstract: In this work on the topic of Digital Leadership Excellence, the theoretical basics are explained at the beginning, the concept of leadership is defined more precisely, but classic models with regard to leadership roles, leadership dimensions and leadership approaches are also examined in more detail. The megatrend of digitalization and the associated need for special evaluation models for virtual teams will then be presented. Based on this, it is derived to what extent these theories are still valid in times of the VUCA environment.

Vocabulaire de technologie éducative et de formation

Vocabulaire de technologie éducative et de formation

Author: Madeleine Brisebois

Publisher: Secrétariat d'État du Canada = Department of the Secretary of State of Canada

ISBN: NWU:35556026284521

Category: Education

Page: 1005

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This vocabulary is intended to enrich the 1986 preliminary edition. This new edition contains six times as many entries as the old, a large proportion of them accompanied by a definition or explanation in one or both official languages. Among the fields examined, in addition to the terms basic to training, are adult education, teaching and training methods, educational technology, and psychology.

Transforming Communication in Leadership and Teamwork

Transforming Communication in Leadership and Teamwork

Author: Renate Motschnig

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319926950

Category: Psychology

Page: 307

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This accessible, highly interactive book presents a transformative approach to communication in leadership to meet workplace challenges at both local and global levels. Informed by neuroscience, psychology, as well as leadership science, it explains how integrating and properly balancing two key focal points of management—the tasks at hand and the concerns of others and self—can facilitate decision-making, partnering with diverse colleagues, and handling of crises and conflicts. Case examples, a self-test, friendly calls for reflection, and practical exercises provide readers with varied opportunities to assess, support, and evoke their readiness to apply these real-world concepts to their own style and preferences. Together, these chapters demonstrate the best outcomes of collaborative communication: greater effectiveness, deeper empathy with improved emotional fulfillment, and lasting positive change. Included in the coverage: · As a manager, can I be human? Using the two-agenda approach for more effective—and humane—management. · Being and becoming a person-centered leader and manager in a crisis environment. · Methods for transforming communication: dialogue. · Open Case: A new setting for problem-solving in teams. · Integrating the two agendas in agile management. · Tasks and people: what neuroscience reveals about managing both more effectively. · Transforming communication in multicultural contexts for better understanding across cultures. As a skill-building resource, Transforming Communication in Leadership and Teamwork offers particular value: · to diverse business professionals, including managers, leaders, and team members seeking to become more effective · business consultants and coaches working with people in executive positions and/or teams · leaders and members of multi-national teams · executives, decision makers and organizational developers · instructors and students of courses on effective communication, social and professional skills, human resources, communication and digital media, leadership, teamwork, and related subjects.