Leading Public Health is designed to empower students and public health practitioners with the leadership knowledge and competencies they need to mobilize people, organizations, and communities in successfully tackling tough public health challenges. It is the only competency-based leadership text designed specifically for graduate students and practitioners of public health, highlighting those aspects of leadership unique to this discipline. Drawing from several competency-based models, the text focuses on developing the leadership skills that will enable public health professionals to set bold future directions, enlist diverse populations, seek and use power, communicate effectively, and strive for excellence. It is based on research from leadership theory and practice and combines the viewpoint of a renowned scholar of public health leadership with that of a seasonedRetrieved December 7, 2013, from http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dch/ pdf/ HealthEquityGuide.pdf Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Emergency Risk Communication Branch. (2008). The risk communicator: Emergency riskanbsp;...
|Title||:||Leading Public Health|
|Author||:||James Begun, Ph.D., Jan Malcolm|
|Publisher||:||Springer Publishing Company - 2014-06-04|