4 edition of The head nurse: her leadership role found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Jean Barrett, Barbara A. Gessner [and] Charlene Phelps.|
|Contributions||Gessner, Barbara A., joint author., Phelps, Charlene, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RT89 .B29 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 450 p.|
|Number of Pages||450|
|LC Control Number||74010700|
By Donna Cardillo, RN, MA, CSP. All you have to tell me is that you are a nurse, and I already know you have leadership skills. Every nurse has leadership skills. You manage other members of the healthcare team, you cause others to act, and you facilitate positive outcomes. Creating work environments for nurses that are most conducive to patient safety will require fundamental changes throughout many health care organizations (HCOs)—in the ways work is designed and personnel are deployed, and how the very culture of the organization understands and acts on the science of safety. These changes require leadership capable of transforming .
Nurse leaders—including staff nurses—should be admired as role models. It’s a matter of believing in and respecting human dignity. Courage is also a particularly important leadership skill. Nurse leaders must earn their status as role models; it . The chief nurse is the senior nursing management position in an organization and often holds executive titles like chief nursing officer (CNO), chief nurse executive, or vice-president of nursing. They typically report to the CEO or COO.
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" The Head Nurse: Her Leadership Role by Barbara A. Gessner; Jean Barrett; Charlene Phelps A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.
Get this from a library. The head nurse: her leadership role. [Jean Barrett; Barbara A Gessner; Charlene Phelps] -- Useful to clinical nurse specialist, senior college as well as nurse student - undergraduate or graduate.
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Head nurses are in charge of organizing and carrying out a variety of administrative work. They have to organize, compile and store all the notes on patients taken by their nursing team. Management Style: Five Leadership Types for Nurse Leaders.
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Keeping your staff motivated to perform at top quality takes clever nursing leadership. “Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” – U.S. President John F. Kennedy. A good nurse leader is someone who can inspire others to work together in pursuit of a common goal, such as enhanced patient care.
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#1 Lead Yourself: Before you can lead someone else, a group of people, or a company, you must be able to lead yourself. That means discipline, self-actualization, sense of purpose, and humility. Meditations, by Marcus Aurelius. Although Aurelius was writing for himself, the surviving text is a road map to living a better life.
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The speed is relentless, the stakes are high, but the rewards are great for those who can lead a team to consistently achieve extraordinary results. While these nursing fundamentals are the most important components of the practice, nurses today are expanding their role as caregivers to include much more: Communicator.
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Book Description. Leadership and Influencing Change in Nursing is designed for a single-semester introduction to the professional nurse’s leadership role as both a care provider and a formal leader. Nursing students will take this course in their third year as they prepare to assume a professional nursing role within the clinical health care environment.
Nurse leaders may inadvertently sabotage succession planning efforts when they are not conscious about their leadership, or send negative verbal and non-verbal messages about leadership roles.
Staff nurses have limited opportunity to observe their own managers and often have no idea about the scope of the role (Prestia, Dyess & Sherman, ). Accurately appraising the leadership skills of anyone who plays a leadership role is critical, so choosing the right words in the appraisal process is important — not only for the success of your employees, but for the success of your company as well.
Leadership is about influencing others to reach established goals. As such, it’s [ ]. ANA developed the ANA Leadership with you in mind—a nurse interested in excelling in a career path, a leader within a healthcare organization who represents the interests of the nursing profession, a seasoned nurse or healthcare administrator interested in refining skills to differentiate them from the competition or to advance to the next level of leadership.
Empathy in the Workplace A Tool for Effective Leadership* By: William A. Gentry, Todd J. Weber, and Golnaz Sadri *This white paper is based on a poster that was presented at the Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology Conference, New York, New York, April Eileen Williamson, MSN, RN, continues to write and act as a consultant for Before joining the company inEileen was employed by North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System in New York, where she held a number of leadership positions in nursing and hospital administration, including chief nurse at two of the system’s member hospitals.
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Many nurses describe a lack of managerial support and intervention for situations involving bullying. 6 Even when nurse managers listen to complaints about bullying, often little or no action is taken to resolve the situation.