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									THE EFFECT OF LEADERSHIP STYLE OF NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATORS ON

      QUALITY OF CARE: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY IN MINNESOTA

                                      by

                              Dawn J. Chiabotti




                A Dissertation Presented in Partial Fulfillment

                     Of the Requirements for the Degree

                            Doctor of Philosophy




                              Capella University

                                 March 2006
                    UMI Number: 3213408




                      Copyright 2006 by
                      Chiabotti, Dawn J.


                      All rights reserved.




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© Dawn Chiabotti, 2006
                                            Abstract

       With recent changes in long-term care, there comes added responsibility to successfully

lead others to success. Changes in reimbursement and payment based on quality are pending in

the near future. It will be more important than ever to present increased quality of care and

fewer deficiencies to capture the rewards. The author investigates the leadership styles of long-

term care Administrators in the State of Minnesota and demonstr
								
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