The Impact of Team Building on Communication and Job Satisfaction of Nursing Staff

@article{Amos2005TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Team Building on Communication and Job Satisfaction of Nursing Staff},
  author={Mary Amos and Jie Hu and Charlotte A. Herrick},
  journal={Journal for Nurses in Staff Development (JNSD)},
  year={2005},
  volume={21},
  pages={10-16}
}
A series of team-building activities were conducted on a medical-surgical unit and their impact on staff's communication and job satisfaction was examined. Forty-four unit personnel participated in the interventions. Staff communication and job satisfaction were measured before and after the intervention. The findings linked team-building activities with improved staff communication and job satisfaction. Team-building strategies assisted the nurse leader/manager to build an effective work team… 
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