Leading the Way: Busy Nurses Guide to Supervision in Long-Term Care
Leading the Way, written by a team of experts in management and in long-term care, is an easy-to-read mini-handbook that takes the mystery out of management. Appropriate for the new charge nurse or the veteran supervisor, this 50-page straight-talking book covers such invaluable topics as: the essentials of leadership and team-building, the secrets of successful supervision, teaching and mentoring, and dealing with conflict. With Leading the Way, your nurses will learn how to: Improve their ability as a leader, Build a cohesive team of caregivers, Boost individual motivation and commitment, Turn around problem workers and poor performance, Communicate more effectively, Train and mentor their staff.
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Your Job as Supervisor
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Teaching and Mentoring
Managing and Organizing for Success
Recognition Equals High Morale
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