Annotated Bibliography BUSI501

Annotated Bibliography BUSI501 - Running head: LITERARY...

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Running head: LITERARY REVIEW 1 Literary Review: Annotated Bibliography Darren Nussel Liberty University
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LITERARY REVIEW 2 Abstract This paper examines the personal qualities necessary for effective leadership from a business perspective. There will be a number of topics discussed in this paper. This paper shows the research that was conducted in order to address the specific qualities of strong leaders and the character of these particular people. This research examines the personality and good habits that one must possess to be an effective leader. There will also be a number of issues relating to responsibility of an efficient leader in this paper.
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LITERARY REVIEW 3 Annotated Bibliography Ashman, D., Brown, D. L., & Zwick, E. (1998). The strength of strong and weak ties. Non-Profit , 9(2), 153-173. Retrieved from Business Source Complete on June 19, 2010. http://search.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.liberty.edu:2048/login.aspx? This article examines the leadership qualities of individuals involved in Non- Profit organizations. It is important to have exceptional qualities to be able to manage the magnitude of tasks and people within these types of organizations. These types of leadership positions are challenging to say the least. The author comments, “The challenge of bridging these divergent organizational environments of resource mobilization and grant making can be managed by building and maintaining relationships with people and organizations in both the environments through which CSROs gain the resources, information, and social legitimacy necessary for accomplishing their missions”. Clark, L. (2008). Clinical Leadership: values, beliefs and vision. Nursing Management , 15 (7), 30-35. Retrieved from Business Source Complete on June 19, 2010. Retrieved from Business Source Complete on June 19, 2010. http://search.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.liberty.edu:2048/login.aspx? direct=true&db=bth&AN=35507809&site=ehost-live&scope=site
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LITERARY REVIEW 4 This article examines leadership qualities in management in the health care industry. The author focuses on senior nursing staff and how their leadership over the years has benefited the medical community. She states, “As a leader, you should create a vision of the kind of services you want available for patients and service users, and be able to communicate this vision to inspire and motivate others to work with you”. This article also shows the qualities and strengths that these senior nurses possess to properly care for patients, as well as, manage teams of other nurses. Coetsier, F. L. (1997). Identification of transformational leadership qualities: and examination of potential biases. , 6 (6), 415-430. Retrieved from Business Source Complete on June 19, 2010.
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