What Mental Health Teams Want in Their Leaders

  title={What Mental Health Teams Want in Their Leaders},
  author={Patrick William Corrigan and Andrew N. Garman and Chow Sing Lam and Matthew Leary},
  journal={Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research},
The authors present the findings of the first phase of a 3-year study developing a skills training curriculum for mental health team leaders. A factor model empirically generated from clinical team members was compared to Bass' (1990) Multifactor Model of Leadership. Members of mental health teams generated individual responses to questions about effective leaders. Results from this survey were subsequently administered to a sample of mental health team members. Analysis of these data yielded… CONTINUE READING

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