Attending, Questioning, And Quality

Kerfoot, Karlene
August 2005
MEDSURG Nursing;Aug2005, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p263
Academic Journal
The article present suggestions on successful leadership. According to the author, to be successful as a leader, one must avoid the chronic filtration process of the mind and make connections and possibilities out of parts that appear very much unrelated. Possibilities are the most important factor for a leader to consider. As leaders one should be devoting much of the attention now to the possibility of better quality. Possibilities, both positive and negative, create many opportunities for new ways of thinking that will recognize new models and realities, including new dangers.


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