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WHAT YOU ALWAYS
WANTED TO KNOW
ABOUT LEADERSHIP
BUT NO ONE
WOULD TELL YOU!


Are you interested in leading others? Do you attempt to lead others? Do you teach leadership to others? If you have the talent to be a leader and know how to lead others, you have an edge on success!

If you:

    1. Do you not know leadership theoretical secrets and processes?
    2. Are required to teach others how to lead?
    3. Are required to show excellence in leadership?
    4. Want to get a job done correctly and effectively?—HERE ARE THE ANSWERS!

EXPERIENCE THE POWER OF INFORMATION – KNOW HOW TO GET IT RIGHT!!

A WEBSITE FOR ALL REASONS

WRITTEN FOR:

Teachers: Who teach business, management, and leadership. Use as the textbook for courses. Use the cartoons for attention-getting visuals. Use as a critical thinking classroom discussion.

Students: Who desire to know powerful concepts in conjunction and in addition to possible classroom and textbook information. Secret and powerful leadership skills are yours for the reading—hopefully, application.

Healthcare Providers: Who care about the management of patient care and healthcare staff. Content is excellent for workshops and in-service presentations.

Business Owners: Who care about the effective leadership and management of employees. Guidelines are available to prevent, ascertain, and promote positive working situations that increase the productivity and effectiveness of a facility/organization. Learn the qualities of powerful leadership. Learn the effective use of boards.

Employees: Who desire to be a success in job attainment, promotion, and retention. Guidelines are available to increase and maintain positive job relationships—information for knowing your rights as an employee. Learn the role of an effective board member.

Potential Employees: Who desire a positive working environment. Guidelines on how to be the most informed, skilled, and productive potential member of a workforce. Know the skills and secrets of job interviews.

NURSE POWER - A TEXTBOOK
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A TEXTBOOK FOR TEACHING NEW NURSING LEADERS. MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS PER DOCUMENT ARE INCLUDED.

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The opinions expressed in these documents are solely the opinions of the author as a result of extensive research. 
 
Author/owner: Carolyn R.Taylor, Ed.D. M.N. R.N.
Website: leadershippoweronline.com
carolynrtaylor21@yahoo.com
 
If published elsewhere, please receive approval by this author. Reproductions of documents or graphics for the purpose of SALE is a legal offense and will be prosecuted.

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* Forward

Simple Statistics
Making Improvement in Teaching and Testing

* Understanding Test Preparation & Application (Commendation: Responding to Need)

* Powerful Teaching to Improve Understanding & Performance (Commendation: State Board Passing Improvement)

* Critical Thinking
Scientific Skepticism

* Communication
Novice vs. Professional
(Commendation: Excellent for Student Nurses)
CNE APPROVED

* Impoverished Leadership

* A Board
Power Through Selection & Process
(Commendation: Responding to Need)
CNE APPROVED

* Hidden Power
Secrets of Acquiring & Maintaining Control
(Commendation: Regarding Content)
CNE APPROVED

* Introduction to the Hiring Process
(Commendation: Improved the
Professionalism of the Process)

* Hiring and Selection of Leaders
Making it Happen

* Essence of Fear
Recognizing the Power of Fear Within

* Montana’s Polio & Tuberculosis Epidemic History
(Lest We Forget)
Published: MNA - The Pulse
August 2017 - Vol. 54 - No. 3

* Resume Preparation, Cover Letter & Job Interview 
Published: MNA - The Pulse
February 2018 - Vol. 55 - No. 1

* Critical Access Hospital (CAH) History, Criteria, & Reimbursement
Published: MNA - The Pulse
August 2018 - Vol. 55 - No. 3
(Commendation from Nursing Programs as Course Content)

Transformational Leadership: Making Informed Change
(Commendation from Industry: "Problem Conquering Works")
CNE APPROVED

* Setting the Organizational Compass

* Intuition
The Sense of Knowing
Published: MNA - The Pulse
May 2020 - Vol. 57 - No. 2

(Conference Presentation Resulting in an Award)

* Nepotism
A Family Affair
Published: MNA
- The Pulse
May 2017 - Vol. 54 - No. 2

* Entropy
A Factor for Change
Published: MNA - The Pulse
February 2017 - Vol. 54 - No. 1

* Use of Leadership Theories
That Make a Difference
(Commendation Regarding Quality)

* Communication
Novice vs. Professional
(Read Only - Not CNE)

* Fraternization
Public vs. Private

* A Board
Power Through Selection & Process
(Commendation: Responding to Need)
(Read Only)

* Job Description
Development & Application
Published: MNA - The Pulse
November 2017 - Vol. 54 - No. 4

* Job Interview
How to Get it Right
(Thank You Letter from Facility)

* Job Interviews & Discriminatory Behaviors
Published: MNA - The Pulse
May 2018 - Vol. 55 - No. 2

* Evaluation:
The Power of Job Descriptions

* The Art of Being Thankful

Poems of Power
(From Ella Wheeler Wilcox - 1901)

Non-Verbal Communication:  The Silent Giveaway
Published: MNA - The Pulse
November 2018 - Vol. 55 - No. 4
( March 2020 - Publication requested and given by this author to
New Hampshire Nursing Association)

Verbal Communication: A "No Refund" Happening
(Part II)
Published: MNA - The Pulse
May 2019 - Vol. 56 - No. 2

Job Description: The Theoretical Yin-Yang Process

Inadequate & Irresponsible Nursing Practice:
Today’s Nursing Dilemma

Problems and Decisions: Waltzing with Options
(Commendation: "Excellent for Inexperienced Students")

Verbal Communication: A "No Refund" Happening
(Part I)
Published: MNA - The Pulse
February 2019 - Vol. 56 - No. 1

Challenges in Hiring New and Experienced Leaders

Entropy
A Factor for Change
(Commendation: "Excellent for Teaching")

Polio, TB, & HIV/AIDS Epidemic History
(Commendation: "Most Interesting Perspective")

Compassion: Caring that Truly Makes a Difference
(Commendation: "Best In-Service in Months!")
Published: MNA - The Pulse
August 2019 - Vol. 56 - No. 3

New Beginnings: Turning Over a New Leaf
Transactional & Transformational Leadership
(Commendation: "Super for New Nursing Leaders")

Theories: The Basis for Leadership Decisions (Part II) A Nurse Administrator's Guide to Success
Published: MNA - The Pulse
February 2020 - Vol. 57 - No. 1
(Commendation for Nurse Leadership Education)

Theories: The Basis for Leadership Decisions
(Part I) 
Published: MNA - The Pulse
November 2019 - Vol. 56 - No. 4
(Commendation for Nurse Leadership Education)


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Continuing Nursing Education (CNE)
now available on select articles.

These continuing nursing education activities were approved by the Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurse Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

There is no conflict of interest from anyone in a position to control the content of the learning activity.

In order to receive an award letter (certificate), learners must read the article in its entirety, answer any critical thinking problems/essay questions on their own, complete any Continuing Nursing Education Contact Hour Request Form, and pay the required contact hour fee.

Expiration date: See specific documents.


CNE Articles Now Available:

• Communication: Novice vs. Professional
• Hidden Power: Secrets of Acquiring & Maintaining Control
• A Board: Power Through Selection & Process
• Transformational Leadership: Making Informed Change


Dr. Carolyn Taylor

About Author Carolyn R. Taylor, Ed.D. M.N. R.N.

Dr. Carolyn Taylor, a graduate of Montana State University and Brigham Young University, has taught and assisted in the implementation of leadership techniques at several prestigious universities and colleges. She has shared her leadership knowledge and techniques internationally and with committees/boards responsible for the leadership of staff. As a retired nurse having experienced all levels of teaching, leadership employment, and different levels of disciplines within the nursing leadership field, she now offers her expertise to all leaders. She has been a leader as a business owner and experienced the talent/lack of talent of many proclaimed leaders. Humanistic leadership concepts have been the hallmark of Dr. Taylor’s success.

Dr. Taylor is available for private consultations, organizational visitations, teaching engagements, and other selective experiences that will prove to be successful for any facility/organization leader, nursing students, and employees.

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Author's Philosophy:

I believe that every professional nurse with a significant and successful history in any realm of healthcare within their lifetime has a responsibility to teach and participate professionally with students, practicing nurses, and the community. This "giving effort" should include learned nursing theories and knowledge related to healthcare practice and leadership skills.

I believe that the word "professional" and "specialist" means that you, as a nursing leader, are willing to teach, lead, and manage healthcare by always being willing to give to others of your time and talents — often times, much more than you obviously receive. Your "gift of giving" to others means you will leave this world a much better place for mankind.

Goals:

  1. To provide supportive methods and techniques of leadership that help to provide organizational stability and success.
  2. To provide supportive ideas for personal employee success and satisfaction.
  3. To present the magic and confidence of leadership theory and practice.

Contact

Thank you for your interest. For questions or comments, please use the information listed here or the form for email contact. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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