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Special issues in nursery management / Susan Hay.

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: London : Bailliere Tindall, 1997.ISBN:
  • 0702020443
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 618.9200068 20
Contents:
Ch. 1. Who is a Manager and What is Management? -- Ch. 2. Focusing on the Task -- Ch. 3. Leading a Team and Managing a Service -- Ch. 4. Investing in People -- Ch. 5. Being an Ambassador -- Ch. 6. Working to a Plan -- Ch. 7. Reviewing the Service.
Summary: Essential Nursery Management is the first book of its kind that links the equally important components of good childcare with those of good management. Written by a highly acclaimed expert in the field, this outstanding book addresses all the critical aspects of nursery management - from team leadership and one-to-one skills; developing and monitoring the curriculum; and staff training and appraisals, to astute financial management; marketing strategies and evaluating your nursery's service. Also featuring a Foreword by Baroness Seear, Essential Nursery Management will prove invaluable to all existing and aspiring early years' services managers, as well as to students on advanced courses.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Ch. 1. Who is a Manager and What is Management? -- Ch. 2. Focusing on the Task -- Ch. 3. Leading a Team and Managing a Service -- Ch. 4. Investing in People -- Ch. 5. Being an Ambassador -- Ch. 6. Working to a Plan -- Ch. 7. Reviewing the Service.

Essential Nursery Management is the first book of its kind that links the equally important components of good childcare with those of good management. Written by a highly acclaimed expert in the field, this outstanding book addresses all the critical aspects of nursery management - from team leadership and one-to-one skills; developing and monitoring the curriculum; and staff training and appraisals, to astute financial management; marketing strategies and evaluating your nursery's service. Also featuring a Foreword by Baroness Seear, Essential Nursery Management will prove invaluable to all existing and aspiring early years' services managers, as well as to students on advanced courses.