What is the essence of management 12 a new graduate

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11. What is the “essence” of management? 12. A new graduate has been offered a nurse manager position. What is the graduate's best response? A) “Thank you, but I'm not ready to be a manager.” B) “When can I start?” C) “What is the starting salary?” D) “Tell me what the benefits of the positions are.” Page 3
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Chapter 2: Manager Answer Key 1. A Interpersonal, informational, and decisional actions 2. B Participative 3. C Controlling 4. A Motivates employees to work to their highest potential 5. D Minimum communication 6. C Meet with each employee to get his or her input about the best scheduling plan. 7. A Her clinical expertise, business sense, and leadership skills. 8. C Carefully works out the time each nursing task should take 9. A An “employees first” attitude 10. D Completing staff evaluations 11. B Getting work done through others 12. A “Thank you, but I'm not ready to be a manager.” Page 4
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