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Nursing leadership development: why should any nurse be led by you?
Jumaa, Chief Mansour Olawale; Marrow, Dr Carol
Nurse leaders and competition – are the blind leading the blind to market?
LEECH, DARREN; MATTHEWS, JULIE
Patient centred leadership in practice
HISCOCK, MICHELE; SHULDHAM, CAROLINE
Preparing nurse leaders for 2020
Key challenges facing American nurse leaders
THOMPSON, PAMELA A.
Nursing leaders of tomorrow: a peer selection process
PICKER-ROTEM, O.; SCHNEIDER, A.; WASSERZUG, S.; ZELKER, R.
Is there a relationship between personality type and preferred conflict-handling styles? An exploratory study of registered nurses in southern Mississippi
WHITWORTH, BOBBIE SUE
Registered Nurses' views on their professional role
‘How do we get the managers we need and the leaders we want?’ A personal view
Reflection: an educational strategy to develop emotionally-competent nurse leaders
HORTON-DEUTSCH, SARA; SHERWOOD, GWEN
Promoting leadership: the development of a nurse executive team in an acute hospital trust
GRAHAM, IAIN W.; JACK, ELEANOR
The impact of emotional intelligent leadership on staff nurse empowerment: the moderating effect of span of control
LUCAS, VICTORIA; SPENCE LASCHINGER, HEATHER K.; WONG, CAROL A.
The relationship between emotional intelligence competencies and preferred conflict-handling styles
Attaining organizational commitment across different generations of nurses
CARVER, LARA; CANDELA, LORI
The ‘F.E.E.L.’ good factors in nursing leadership at the board level through to work-based learning
JUMAA, MANSOUR OLAWALE
Magnet hospital characteristics in acute general hospitals in Ireland
FLYNN, MAUREEN; McCARTHY, GERALDINE
The roles of the first-line nurse manager: perceptions from four perspectives
SKYTT, BERNICE; LJUNGGREN, BIRGITTA; SJÖDÉN, PER-OLOW; CARLSSON, MARIANNE