The Resource Leadership in health care, Jill Barr and Lesley Dowding

Leadership in health care, Jill Barr and Lesley Dowding

Label
Leadership in health care
Title
Leadership in health care
Statement of responsibility
Jill Barr and Lesley Dowding
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
'Leadership In Health Care' is an authoritative and timely book that addresses the need for leading skilled and evidence-based care within the context of a performance-measured health service
Cataloging source
NLM
Dewey number
362.1068
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RA394.9
LC item number
.B37 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Leadership in health care, Jill Barr and Lesley Dowding
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references ([277]-292) and index
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Contents
  • Pt. 1. The individual. 1. The nature of leadership : Relationships between leadership and followership ; Defining leadership ; Health care: a changing context ; Comparing leadership and management ; The art and science of leadership -- 2. What makes a leader : Clinical leaders in health care ; Characteristics of a leader ; Experiences of leaders in clinical practice ; Leadership and followership styles ; Assessing your abilities/skills ; Problem solving styles: the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) ; Reflective practitioner ; Practice mastery: evidence-based practice -- 3. Diversity, values and professional care : What is culture? ; Diversity of values in health care ; Ethnic diversity ; Age diversity ; Gender diversity ; Models of transcultural care ; Leading a culturally diverse team -- 4. Theories of leadership : Evolving theories of leadership ; Leadership as a collection of personal characteristics or traits ; Leadership as a function within an organisation ; Task needs ; The needs of the team ; Needs of individuals ; Leadership as an effect on group behaviours ; Leadership styles ; Emergence of contingency theories ; Fiedler model ; The Vroom-Jago Contingency Model (1988) ; Leadership as an influence on forming an organisational culture ; Anti leadership era ; New leadership --
  • Pt. 2. The team. 5. Team life : Group and team characteristics ; Value of group/team membership ; Group unity ; Types of groups ; Formation of groups ; Classification of work groups ; Team leadership ; Group conflict ; Leadership teams -- 6. Interdisciplinary and interprofessional working : Definitions of concepts of interdisciplinary and interprofessional ; Experience of interprofessional working ; Contemporary health care practice across acute and community sectors ; Policy, leadership and working together ; Rationale for collaborative working practices ; Effective collaborative teams ; Issues of power and collaboration ; Other challenges to effective interprofessional working ; Communities of practice, tribalism, power and professional identities ; Learning and working together ; Confidentiality and ethical issues ; Interprofessional working and global health -- 7. Communication and leadership : Forms of communication ; Communication networks ; Effective communication ; Motivation and communication ; Development of written and electronic health care records ; Audit ; Active listening ; Neuro-linguistic programming ; Legal and ethical issues -- 8. Problem solving : What is problem solving? ; Problem management ; Traditional and contemporary approaches to problem solving ; The types of problems ; Scientific rational approach ; Intelligence or problem analysis ; Role of creative/intuitive approach in problem solving ; Idea generation or design ; Groupthink ; Choice and decision making ; Definitions of decision making and research ; Styles of decision making ; Application of research -- 9. Managing conflict : The concept of conflict ; Levels of conflict ; Stages of group life and conflict ; Cause of conflict ; Symptoms of conflict or collision ; Consequences of conflict ; Management of conflict ; Conflict management styles ; Cultural influences -- 10. Emotional intelligence : The concept of emotional intelligence ; Preferred learning styles ; The value of emotional intelligence in complex team working ; Positive psychology ; Neuro-leadership --
  • Pt. 3. The organisation : 11. Theory of organisational life : What is the purpose of an organisation? ; Strategy, structure and systems ; Strategy ; Rational strategy ; Emergent strategies ; Vision, mission and goals ; Leadership and health policy ; Changing government strategy ; Public health, health promotion and policy ; Involvement in the policy-making process ; Structure ; Types of structures ; Organisational roles ; Accountability, responsibility, authority and delegation ; Accountability to the public ; Duty of care ; Employment accountability ; Organisational culture ; Health service systems ; Human resource management (HRM) ; Induction of new staff ; Training and development and the NHS framework for skills and knowledge -- 12. Quality : Historical context of quality movement in health care ; Total quality management (TQM) ; Concept of quality ; Models of quality in the health service ; Clinical governance ; Clinical audit ; Clinical effectiveness ; The NHS performance assessment framework ; Health equity and health equality ; Clinical risk management ; Quality assurance ; Staff development ; Professional development and clinical supervision ; Accountability and quality -- 13. Leadership for change : Defining change ; Theories of change management ; The leader as an instrument of change ; The process of change ; Response to change ; Leading the team through change ; Successful vs unsuccessful change ; Unplanned change ; Planned change ; Experiences for successful change ; Project management ; Planning for change ; Action learning sets -- 14. Conclusions : Résumé of chapters ; Leading health care in the future
Control code
ocn757148480
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
xiv, 304 p.
Isbn
9781446207628
Lccn
2011932731
Other physical details
ill.
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System control number
  • (OCoLC)757148480
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