The Soul of Leadership.
The Soul of Leadership
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This is a new edition of Dr. Hattie Bessent’s groundbreaking work, originally published in 2005 by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. The text provides first-person accounts of the lives and motivations of eleven African American nurses of outstanding achievement. Their stories present the authors’ philosophies of leadership and the strategies they used to succeed, against the odds, in what had been a predominantly white profession. The stories are compelling and provide a wealth of knowledge and abundant inspiration for any young nurse of color pursuing professional career in nursing.

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Discussions of leadership principles to help guide nurse educators develop their leadership skills

 

Stories from African American nurses of outstanding achievement

Dr. Rhetaugh Dumas

Dr. Elnora Daniel

Dr. Gloria Smith

Ms. Jean Rochelle Marshall

Dr. Beverly Malone

Ms. Barbara Nichols

Dr. Hilda Richards

Ms. Vernice Ferguson

Dr. Etherline Shaw-Nickerson

Dr. May Wykle

Dr. M. Elizabeth Carnegie


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ISBN/ISSN: 9781934758403
Product Format: Softbound
Trim Size: 11 x 11
Pages: 116
Pub Date: 2012
Weight: 0.9

Hattie Bessent

‘Phenomenal Woman’
Maya Angelou

Acknowledgements

Foreword

James M. Jones

Preface

Juanita W. Fleming

Chapter 1: Project Lead and Soul

Chapter 2: African American Women Who Lead

Chapter 3: Principles of Leadership

Chapter 4: The Soul of a Leader

References

‘And Still I Rise’
Maya Angelou

Project LEAD Fellows, Mentors, and Advisors

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