How to delegate – and how not to: tips on team working and leadership
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How to delegate – and how not to: tips on team working and leadership

Jennifer Trueland Health writer

Delegation helps individuals and teams develop skills and confidence. Here’s what you need to know to do it well

Delegation is an important part of nursing and something every nurse, from newly qualified to chief nursing officer, has to do. But what is good delegation and what isn’t – and how can you make it work for you, your team and for patients and their families?

Nursing Management. 28, 5, 6-8. doi: 10.7748/nm.28.5.6.s2

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