Developing Leadership for Advanced Practice Nursing

  • Gill Collinson
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Abstract

Leadership is a matter of how to be, not how to do. (Francis Hesselbein, 1999)

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Europe Assure Arena Guaran Hone 

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© David Clarke, Jean Flanagan and the estate of Kevin Kendrick 2002

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  • Gill Collinson

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