Online PR News – 07-April-2017 – Critical Care Nurses’ Perceived Leadership Practices, Organizational Commitment, and Job Satisfaction: An Empirical Analysis of a Non-Profit Healthcare Organization, written by Ngozi I. Moneke, is a unique book as it exclusively explains the practical and effective leadership strategies for the nursing profession.
This informative book uses constructive and realistic principles from an author, a lifelong learner who has achieved Master of Science in Nursing, Adult Nurse Practitioner, Doctor of Health Administration for thirty-six years of professional career.
With various leadership books in todays market, the author offers an exceptional and distinctive approach to leadership and management that will appeal to a wider audience, from graduate students, to academicians, to scientific researchers, to both the novice, middle as well as top-level leaders in nursing practice, and expert leaders.
The book is divided into four parts that discusses the author’s doctoral dissertation, analysis of the original study data and results, creation of the new TCS-L Nursing Leadership Model, personal perspectives on several fundamental issues in workplace and annotated bibliography of some articles pertaining modern nursing profession.
A firm believer in the famous quote, What is worth doing is worth doing well, Dr. Ngozi Moneke thinks that when you decide to do something then make an effort to do it in a way that makes you and others feel good after, the creation of these books is a testament to that desire.
Dr. Ngozi Monekes second book CCRN Examination Practice Questions & Answers with Rationale, a practice test book is soon to be released.
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Hardcover: 370 pages