Establishing guardrails in leadership.

@article{Kerfoot2005EstablishingGI,
  title={Establishing guardrails in leadership.},
  author={Karlene M Kerfoot},
  journal={Nursing economic\$},
  year={2005},
  volume={23 6},
  pages={334-5}
}
Shared leadership/governance offers the best environment for growth of the professional staff and for leaders and managers. Tisch (2004) writes that the power of the partnership begins with the recognition that no one can operate effectively in a vacuum and concludes with the premise that partnerships can redefine the traditional business relationships and transform them from adversarial to cooperative. This happens when the road is clearly delineated and guardrails are put in place as… CONTINUE READING