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Managing People by Sheila N. Marson


Managing People by Sheila N. Marson

The delivery of modern nursing care is essentially a team effort, that is a team whose individuals co-operate with one another to achieve high standards. This book, drawing on the expertise of successful nurse managers, a nurse educator and a management lecturer, provides the reader with 'tools' to enable him or her review and develop their 'people-management' skills. The 'tools' are in the form of exercises and activities designed to help the reader apply theory to practice and to take the learning back to the work-place. Topics covered in Managing People include leadership, team building, creating a learning climate and monitoring performance.

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Publication date

16th August 1990


Sheila N. Marson

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Palgrave Macmillan


65 pages


Management & management techniques



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