Development for Healthcare: A Pathway, Process, and Workbook advances
the healthcare student or professional’s abilities in meeting current
organization challenges through both leader and leadership development. This
book provides a framework to help guide the acquisition of characteristics and
behaviors associated with effective leadership, incorporating both moral and
Opportunities for being a leader and practicing
leadership are available to everyone and leadership behavior and practice can be
cultivated by anyone.
Chapters are designed to reinforce the
learn–discover–practice process to support leader and leadership
Exercises and activities are offered throughout the book
to change or create and practice leader and leadership
Appendix provides an overview of the evolution of thought
on leadership and describes many of the common leadership theories developed
between the early 20th century and today.
materials include an online instructor’s manual and one PowerPoint slide deck
About the author
Merida L. Johns, PhD, RHIA, has
more than 40 years of health information management experience on national and
international levels and is a noted author and presenter in the field. She
currently heads The Monarch Center for Women’s Leadership Development and is
professor and director of health informatics and information management at
Resurrection University, in Chicago.