Public Health Leadership: Putting Principles Into Practice

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2003 - 419 من الصفحات
As the first book dedicated to the investigation of leadership in the public health arena, this ground-breaking text will play an important role in training a new generation of leaders -- your students -- who will strengthen the field of public health. "Public Health Leadership: Putting Principles Into Practice goes beyond a description of what leadership is to serve as a "how-to" guide for successful future public health leaders. Professors will find case studies in each section, illustrating the practical applications of the principles discussed, always in the public health context. Leadership exercises and discussion questions encourage student participation.

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Chapter 2Leadership Styles and Practices
16
Chapter 3The Systems Approach to Organizational Change
33
Chapter 4The Five Levels of Leadership
46
PART IILEADERSHIP APPLICATIONS IN PUBLIC HEALTH
83
Chapter 6Leadership and Assessment
98
Chapter 7Leadership and Policy Development
126
Chapter 8Leadership and Assurance
155
PART IIILEADERSHIP SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
187
Chapter 11Leadership Decision Making Conflict
277
Chapter 12Cultural Competency
298
Chapter 13Mentoring and Training in Public Health
322
PART IVLEADERSHIP EVALUATION AND RESEARCH
343
Chapter 15Leadership Evaluation and Research
371
PART VTHE FUTURE
389
Table of Sources
403
Index
411

Chapter 10Leadership and the Planning Process
237

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