Middle Management Leadership Styles and Processes at the NHS


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Middle Management Leadership Styles and Processes at the NHS
The leadership approaches which were deployed during the change process
Sheldrake (2003), states that for
, the exercise of power is critical: it is both the source of change, and the challenge to change. In particular, Sheldrake (2003) states that we focus on leaders as the people who push or pull people along the path of change, or who lead resistance to new ideas and new directions. Sheldrake (2003) has further stated that somewhat cynically, it has been suggested that there are only two things that are said to motivate people are fear and greed. During the restructuring process of at NHS the leaders drove change and while being aware of the concerns each staff member...
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.....of knowledge and foresight to effectively carry out change in a functional area of the organization.
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