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Author Allison-Napolitano, Elle, author

Title Bounce forward : the extraordinary resilience of nurse leadership / Elle Allison-Napolitano and Daniel J. Pesut
Published Silver Spring, Maryland : American Nurses Association, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (xxv, 194 pages) : illustrations
Contents A new resilience for a new type of nurse leader -- The three leadership resilience-enabling capacities -- Leadership resilience in action -- Synthesizing the new resilience: assessing your organization's level of risk for non-resilience
Summary It's time to become an extraordinary nurse - one who grows stronger in the face of adversity, helping oneself and others to transform negative experiences into positive ones. "Bounce Forward: The Extraordinary Resilience of Nurse Leadership" uses real-life stories to provide nurses in all practice settings with a model and methods to cultivate the personal, professional and organizational resilience they need to achieve nursing's vision of a transformed 21st-century health care system. The book is broken into four sections, each illuminating the concept of leadership resilience, what it takes to become a resilient leader, how to put your leadership resilience into action and how to foster resilient organizations. The ideas presented here focus on the extra requirements of leadership resilience during disruptive change. You can put them into practice immediately, meaning you'll become more resilient and will inspire resilience in others. This book gives you: Five reasons to increase your leadership resilience A personal resilience, renewal, resonance and relationship inventory exercise Seven key things that leadership resilience produces And much more! "Bounce Forward: The Extraordinary Resilience of Nurse Leadership" will arm you with the personal and professional resilience tools needed to close the gap between the complex demands of your organization and the skills you need to meet those demands
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Educational leadership.
Resilience (Personality trait)
Nurse's Role.
Nurses -- psychology.
Resilience, Psychological.
Form Electronic book
Author Pesut, Daniel J., author
American Nurses Association, issuing body
ISBN 1483339890 (electronic bk.)
1558105921 (electronic bk.)
9781483339894 (electronic bk.)
9781558105928 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Extraordinary resilience of nurse leadership