An Occupational Perspective On Leadership Theoretical And Practical Dimensions [Dunbar DPA OTR/L, Sandra Bar] (Tapa Blanda)

Modelo 9781617116346
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-Autor: Dunbar DPA OTR/L, Sandra Bar
-Editorial: Slack Incorporated
-Formato: Tapa Blanda
-Idioma: Español
-ISBN-13: 9781617116346
-Páginas: 224
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An Occupational Perspective on Leadership: Theoretical and Practical Dimensions , Second Edition provides a more in-depth exploration of leadership theories, as well as the application of occupational therapy theoretical models to leadership. The introduction of a more contemporary leadership theory, Quantum Leadership Theory, is a welcome addition to broaden occupational therapist students and clinician’s perspectives in today’s ever-changing work environments. Drs. Sandra Barker Dunbar and Kristin Winston, and their contributors also include new chapters on generational and ethical aspects of leadership to promote understanding in the challenges and opportunities of everyday leadership. Sections inside the Second Edition include: Theoretical Perspectives, including situational leadership and collective leadership Leadership Person Factors, including applying ethical considerations and the impact of generational characteristics Contextual Influences on Leadership, including contemporary health care systems, the community, and academic settings Leadership Narratives, including 3 narratives of individuals who have taken different paths to leadership in occupational therapy Each chapter inside An Occupational Perspective on Leadership, Second Edition is supplemented with case examples, as well as learning and reflection activities, to further meet the needs of entry-level professionals and Master and Doctoral curricula. In addition to leadership theories, An Occupational Perspective on Leadership, Second Edition provides an overview of occupational theoretical models for occupational therapists to formulate an integrated approach that is also founded on core concepts of the profession. Theoretical models such as the Person-Environment-Occupation Model will be used to exemplify how leadership can be viewed through an occupation-oriented lens. Instructors in educational settings can visit efacultylounge for additional materials to be used for teaching in the classroom. An Occupational Perspective on Leadership: Theoretical and Practical Dimensions, Second Edition is a must-have text for entry-level professionals, as well as Master and Doctoral students who want to take charge of leadership opportunities within occupational therapy. Practicing occupational therapists will also benefit from the exposure to leadership theories and their application in the clinical realm. About the Author Sandra Barker Dunbar, DPA, OTR/L, FAOTA, completed her undergraduate degree at Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, CA, her master of arts in occupational therapy from New York University in New York City, and her doctor of public administration degree from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The latter degree exposed her to organizational behavior, leadership, management, and strategic planning content, all of which have influenced her work in occupational therapy. Sandra is currently the Assistant Dean of Professional Development and Education in the College of Health Care Sciences at Nova Southeastern University. Her responsibilities include the coordination of the Center for Academic and Professional Excellence, which includes a Leadership and Management Academy for faculty who desire to develop and improve their leadership skills. Sandra continues to be involved with occupational therapy in her appointment as a professor, as well as in her work as a private home health clinician and consultant. Her belief that everyday leadership provides numerous opportunities to encourage personal and professional growth has been reinforced by the process of compiling this second edition of An Occupational Perspective on Leadership: Theoretical and Practical Dimensions. Kristin Winston, PhD, OTR/L, completed her bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH. She went on to complete a master of education degree at the University of Vermont in Burlington, VT, with a special
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