Leadership Competencies: Knowledge, Skills, and Aptitudes Nurses Need to Lead Organizations Effectively

Contino, Diana S.
June 2004
Critical Care Nurse;Jun2004, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p52
Academic Journal
Provides a compilation of practical managerial skills for critical care nurses in formalized managerial roles, as well as leadership skills that are useful for all nurses. Organizational management skills; Communication skills; Data/operations analysis and strategic planning skills; Creation/visionary skills.


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