Roving Leadership: Breaking Through the Boundaries
Authors:Janice Brewington , Sal Tagliareni
Publication Date:September 5, 2017
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DescriptionAre you ready to transform your organization and transcend the barriers to success?
Empower yourself and your staff with a new perspective on professional leadership. Like a relay race in which every participant’s part is critical, the roving leadership model promotes a shared responsibility for the prosperity of your group or organization.
Discover how to overcome organizational obstacles and build a path to greater interprofessional outcomes.
Based on empirical evidence and backed with real stories of success, this practical resource will help you reframe your understanding of leadership roles and make the most of the skills and expertise of your entire organization.
About the Authors
- Janice Brewington
- Janice G. Brewington, PhD, RN, FAAN is Chief Program Officer and Director for the Center for Transformational Leadership at the National League
for Nursing, where she developed and implemented two yearlong leadership programs. She previously served the NLN for three years as chief program officer and senior director for research and professional development. Janice was provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. While at NC A&T State University, she had a unique opportunity to be an “executive on loan” for 18 months with the Gillette Company in Boston, where she was employed as manager for university relations in talent acquisition, human resources, global shared
services, North America. Janice’s educational background includes a BSN degree from NC A&T State University, an MSN degree from Emory University, and a PhD degree in Health Policy and Administration from the School of Public Health, with a minor in Organizational Behavior from the School of Business, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also received a certificate from the Management and Leadership Institute at Harvard University. A fellow in the American Academy of Nursing, Janice has provided organizational development consultation services to nonprofit businesses, city and county agencies,and universities in areas such as organization assessment, strategic planning, team building, effective management, conflict management, coaching, communication systems, leadership, consensus building, and program assessment and evaluation. She also serves as a consultant for numerous group relations conferences in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
- Sal Tagliareni
- Salvatore J. Tagliareni, PhD is a storyteller, writer, business consultant, art dealer, and former Catholic priest. For over 25 years he has successfully engaged private and public companies in their search for outstanding performance. A gifted speaker, he is blessed with a great sense of humor and can invigorate an audience with insights on life and leadership. As a young Catholic priest studying theology in Rome, the tragic and unexpected death of his best friend led Salvatore to seek and gain mentorship from Dr. Viktor Frankl, the celebrated psychiatrist and author of Man’s Search for Meaning. Dr. Frankl
and other Holocaust survivors changed the course of Salvatore’s life as they shared their personal horrors under the Nazi regime. The desire to humanize the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust was the driving force behind Salvatore’s recent novels Hitler’s Priest and The Cross or the Swastika. After leaving active ministry as an ordained priest in 1973, Salvatore went on to earn a PhD in Leadership and Organizational Behavior and had a successful career as an international business consultant. He is the former president of Next Step Associates, an organizational consulting firm, and for 25 years performed strategic planning and organizational design and implementation for large international companies such as Johnson and Johnson, I.B.M., Hoffman La-Roche, and Boston Financial. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife of 40 years and returns to Europe as often as possible.