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Leadership, Management and Team Working in Nursing

Fourth Edition (Revised and Updated Edition)


December 2021 | 216 pages | Learning Matters

Leadership is central to all aspects of the nursing role, from managing the delivery of high quality care to acting as a role model for best practice. Written specifically for nursing students, this book introduces you to the principles and practice of leadership, management and multi-disciplinary team working.

Key features:
o   Each chapter is mapped to the 2018 NMC standards
o   Introduces the core leadership theory you need to know, using case studies and reflective activities to show how it relates to your practice
o   Updated throughout including new content on the impact of COVID-19 and increased coverage of emotional intelligence and resilience
o   Builds your understanding of the challenging aspects of leadership including managing conflict, being assertive and leading service improvement
 
Introduction
 
Chapter 1: Experience of management and leadership
 
Chapter 2: Frameworks for management and leadership
 
Chapter 3: Teams and team work
 
Chapter 4: Working with individuals in teams
 
Chapter 5: Conflict management and negotiation skills
 
Chapter 6: Coaching, mentoring and clinical supervision
 
Chapter 7: Improving care and change management
 
Chapter 8: Creating a learning environment
 
Chapter 9: Developing confidence as a manager and leader
 
Glossary

Ordered for our library. Useful text with comprehensive coverage

Fowie Ng
School of Management, Tung Wah College
August 4, 2022

This is an excellent book and I have adopted this for my DN Programme for post graduate students. We are already using some of the reflective exercises within it. Some students have since purchased it.

Mrs Alison Williams
Nursing, Wrexham Glyndwr University
April 4, 2022

This book will offer the students a framework for them to develop their knowledge of leadership and be able to reflect their own position then build on key knowledge and skills to enhance their role. It is clearly written and easy to understand making it a good resource for nurses new to general practice

Mrs Lisa Clarke
Faculty of Education, Health & Well-being (Walsall), Wolverhampton University
February 11, 2022

a comprehensive update that will be of great benefit to students

Mr Neil G Loach
Health and Social Care at Derby, Derby University
February 18, 2022

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