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Linda M. Shell, DNP, MA, RN
Dr. Linda Shell is an advanced practice nurse, consultant, and educator with a passion for developing leaders, delivering quality care, and challenging the status quo of long-term care. As principal of lindashell.com, she collaborates with organizations on education, leadership development, building resilience, fall prevention, dementia programming, and sleep improvement. Dr. Shell has served on…Read full bio
1. Building a Team
Leaders achieve the goals of the organization through those that follow them. It is important that leaders know how to lead a team and understand what team members expect from them. This chapter will discuss the characteristics of effective leadership and their impact on engaging and inspiring others.
2. Generational Difference in the Workplace
There are three plus generations in today’s workplace, including Millennials, GenXers, and Baby Boomers. Each generation sees the world through a very different lens and therefore has different expectations of a leader. This chapter will discuss generational differences, why they exist, and how leaders can effectively lead in a diverse work setting.
3. Talk Less and Listen More
Employees are seeking opportunities to grow, develop, learn, and engage in the workplace. It is essential that leaders get to know the specific needs of individual staff and assist them in their professional growth. One of the most effective methods of coaching, engaging employees in problem solving, and assisting them in development is through the use of questioning. This chapter will discuss the art of coaching using open-ended questions and the power of listening.
4. Engaging in Difficult Conversations
Leaders will experience a variety of conflict during the course of their career. It is essential that conflict is addressed quickly and effectively. Leaders often avoid conflict, impacting relationships and reducing effectiveness. This chapter will discuss the steps a leader can take for engaging in difficult conversations, resolving conflict, and building positive work relationships.
5. Communicating for Impact
Communication of all types occurs at every level of an organization. Effective communication skills are essential for achieving positive outcomes, meeting expectations, and improving quality. This chapter will discuss strategies for improving communication.