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Motivating personnel & managing conflict, a reader consisting of twelve articles / especially selected by the Journal of nursing administration editorial staff.

Publication:
Wakefield, Mass., Contemporary Pub., c1976.
Format/Description:
Book
64 p. ill. 28 cm.
Edition:
2d ed.
Series:
A Contemporary nursing resource book.
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Subjects:
Nursing services -- Administration -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Motivation (Psychology) -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Hospitals -- Personnel management -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Conflict management -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Medical subjects:
Nursing, Supervisory.
Nursing Service, Hospital.
Personnel Management -- Collected works.
Nursing, Supervisory -- Collected works.
Motivation -- Collected works.
Contents:
Chopra, A. Motivation in task oriented groups.
Lysaught, J. P. No carrots, no sticks: motivation in nursing.
Ganong, W. L. and J. M. Motivation and innovation: concerns for nursing administration.
Ganong, W. L. and J. M., with Huenefeld, J. Motive force: a key to evaluating nurse managers.
Cooper, S. Committees that work.
Veninga, R. The management of conflict.
Ganong, W. L. and J. M. Reducing organizational conflict through working committees.
Amundson, N. Grievance handling.
Veninga, R. Interpersonal feedback: a cost-benefit analysis.
Plachy, R. J. Head nurses: less griping, more action.
Lewis, J. H. Conflict management.
Kramer, M. and Schmalenberg, C. Conflict: the cutting edge of growth.
Notes:
Articles reprinted from the Journal of nursing administration.
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:
0913654353
OCLC:
2684568