Tm Program Impact On Nl And Perception Of Effective Job Performance

935 Words Sep 3rd, 2016 4 Pages
The new millennium introduces a new component in the heart of the life of the organization, the customer. Customers are the leaders of organizations. In the US there is a new management model which is combining all the work done around the customer and based health road in diagnosis. Its objective It is to meet the demand for treatment in due time, in addition to the approach to customer centralization. One principle is that customers are best observers of his life and, therefore, their opinions should already affect all stages of planning. A very good and clear evidence is in the chain alternate service for patients where experts have drawn a detailed guide and a letter of procedure for treatment. TM forms a skill-set of behaviors which become part of professional and personal life. TM is a key for levels of high performance which affects productivity of employees, and also helps cope with work pressure efficiently. Aim of present paper is to explore TM program impact on NL and perception of effective job performance.
Introduction:
Head nurses are able to improve performance efficiency with effective time management skills. There is a disagreement in acknowledging the importance to time management skills in head nurses and this paper attempts to study the good organization and proper time planning along with proper plan implementation and a positive disposition to stopping time wasting to give nurse leaders effective and successful strategies for time management (TM).…

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