The Story So Far...

  • June Girvin
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Part of the Essentials of Nursing Management book series (ENMS)

Abstract

This chapter contains a summary of the main features concerning the development of leadership theory in nursing and how it has mirrored the developments in more general fields, starting with exploring personal qualities and moving through to contingency approaches and choice. It also brings us up to date by taking a closer look at one of the latest and most popular developments in leadership theory so far — the concept of transformational leadership.

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