Faride renard book review

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Faride renard book review

  1. 1. Leadership Book Review Faride Renard, BSN, RN In partial fulfillment of the requirements ofN5343 Nursing Leadership in Complex Health Care Systems Jeannette Crenshaw, DNP, MSN, RN, IBCLC, NEA-BC December 3, 2012
  2. 2. OVERCOMING THE FIVE DYSFUNCTIONSOF A TEAM: A FIELD GUIDE FORLEADERS, MANAGERS AND FACILITATORS By Patrick Lencioni
  3. 3. PATRICK LENCIONI• Founder of The Table Group• Has written successful books regarding team development• Works as a consultant & speaker for many organizations
  4. 4. PURPOSE• To assist leaders to build a team• To change a dysfunctional team to become and effective team
  5. 5. TARGET AUDIENCE• Anyone who is interested on organizational politics , team failure, & organizational transformation
  6. 6. STRENGTHS• Easy to read and follow• The author presents examples of scenarios• Lincioni uses Behavioral tools to overcome each dysfunction
  7. 7. SHORTCOMINGS• Individuals of a group has to be willing to become an effective team• It is not based on empirical research• It is not evidence-based practice leadership
  8. 8. ACHIEVED OBJECTIVES• The book provided ideas and elaborated on tools to overcome the dysfunctions• Provided sample and scenarios for new leaders and managers
  9. 9. RECOMMENDATIONS• I will recommend the book for novice leaders• Anyone who wants to be a leader• Provides real scenarios and model to use
  10. 10. QUESTIONS
  11. 11. REFERENCES• Lenconi, P. (2005). Overcoming the five dysfunctions of a team: A field guide for leaders:, managers, and facilitators. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass• Gibson, J., Ivancevich, J., Donnelly, J., & Konopaske, R. (2012). Organizations: behavior, structure, processes (14th ed.). Boston, MA: McGraw Hill.• Hendel, T., Fish, M., & Berger, O. (2007). Nurse Physician Conflict Management Mode Choice. Implications for Improved Collaborative Practice. Nurse Administration Quarterly. 31(3), pp. 244-253. DOI: 10.1097/01.NAQ.0000278938.57115.75

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