Many of today's leaders in health care organizations have a background in medicine or some other scientific field. Largely because they have been educated in a rigorously data-oriented approach and trained in strongly hierarchical settings, they tend to use a narrow range of influence strategies, limiting their management effectiveness. Using a full range of influence tactics, and doing so strategically, can help such leaders increase their personal and organizational effectiveness.
- Title: Power and Persuasion: Influence Tactics for Health Care Leaders
- Release date: January 2006
- Publisher(s): Center for Creative Leadership
- ISBN: 01520110062SI
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