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Marquis, B. L., & Huston, C. J. (2006). Leadership roles and management functions in nursing: Theory and application. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
This is a book that gives an overview on leadership and the roles that are to be played by each every individual that include patient care and staff motivation that play a role in conflict management as well as encouraging working collaboratively. A brief guideline on the roles and responsibilities to be taken is outlined in this book, also the modalities and service delivery in line with professionalism conducts.
Apter, M. J. (2001). Motivational styles in everyday life: A guide to reversal theory. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
This is an excellent well documented book then outlines the best way to carry out employee motivation on a daily routine. This brings out a sense of determination towards goal achievement by the employees in the job performance part hence better productivity on the daily work routine. It covers a range of behavioral characteristics that can be adopted by management of various organizations in dealing with the employer-employee relationship.
Bennett, W. W., Hess, K. M., & Orthmann, C. M. H. (2007). Management and supervision in law enforcement.
This is a practical and direct, precise book that focuses on the enforcement of the law by managers and supervisors. It also tackles on interrelationshipsthat exist among the members of the law enforcement unit. This edition focuses on the approach of practitioners towards management and the mode of supervision that lays emphasis on leadership.The text is reorganized to bring out the focus on management in relation to community policing and management.