Youare not alone. Pharmacists face leadership challenges every day, whether they realize it or not. As you embark on your journey from student to new pharmacist to emerging pharmacy leader, hear from new practitioners and seasoned veterans alike who have been there and can provide invaluable advice along the way. Now, The Pharmacy Leadership Field Guide: Cases and Advice for Everyday Situations, can be your personal ain-print mentora to introduce you to leadership concepts and situations and broaden your understanding. This Field Guide focuses on leadership in everyday pharmacy practice by employing a case-based approach. While pharmacists receive exceptional didactic clinical training, leadership skills are another crucial skill set necessary for success. Each chapter is written from the perspective of a veteran mentor and a new practitioner, both selected from various practice settings. Led by the editorial team of Drs. Michael DeCoske, Jennifer Tryon, and Sara White, you will hear from 19 contributors offering pearls of leadership wisdom for you to reference when needed and pass along to others. Inside Youall Find: Am Cases ranging from such topics as aBeing a alittle La everyday leadera, aThe importance of listeninga, aLife as a residenta, and aThe art of persuasiona.Am Profiles of veteran mentors and new leaders, offering pharmacy and leadership career advice Am Leadership Pearls for quick tips and Exercises to reinforce each case.Am An insightful foreword from MilapC. Nahata, MS, PharmD, Professor and Division Chair, College of Pharmacy, Professor of Pediatrics and Internal Medicine, College of Medicine, Ohio State University (OSU)White, MS, FASHP Case 1.1 Dona#39;t mistake a good manager for a good leader Case 1.2 Being a alittle La everyday leader Case 1.3 Employ situational leadership Case 1.4 Never think aita#39;s not my joba Case 1.5 Dona#39;t miss athe forest for the treesaanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Pharmacy Leadership Field Guide|
|Author||:||Michael DeCoske, Jennifer Tryon, Sara J. White|
|Publisher||:||ASHP - 2011-03-09|