Readiness for Future Managerial Leadership Roles: Nursing Students' Perceived Importance of Organizational Values
Journal of Professional Nursing 2006 November-December; 22(6): 339-346
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LEADERSHIP: COMPETING VALUES FRAMEWORK ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIORAL ROLES, ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE, AND CAREER EXPERIENCE AMONG NONPROFIT EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS McKeown, Eileen (Georgetown University, 2012)This study explores the concept of leadership in light of today's leadership crisis with a specific focus on the nonprofit sector. The study explores the impact of career experience on an executive director's leadership ...
Hendel, Tova; Steinman, Michal (2002-11)The total value set of a working individual consists of three components: personal, professional and organizational values. In the light of the changing health care environment, the individual nurse manager's values may ...