Leadership in Healthcare: Values at the Top
In an effort to evoke latent leadership skills and help healthcare leaders regain the public's trust, the author defines values-based systems behind effective leaders and how to operationalize such concepts. Chapters include self-test questions. Appends measures for evaluating emotional intelligence, components of one's management team, and professional and personal values.
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