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    A leader is a person who can motivate others to do work to achieve the goals of the organization. In a nursing organization, improving the quality of healthcare delivered by the department to be equal with the organizational performance is a key role of leadership(Marquis and Huston, 2015). Nursing leadership is essential in the clinical setting and plays an important role in the development of the nurse as an individual or as a professional. An effective leader often has persistence, initiative

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    Nursing professionals are the principal embodiment amongst the healthcare team, indicating that nursing services play an integral part in the productivity of the clinical environment and predominately determines the satisfaction level of the patients being cared for (Gabi, Kontodimopoulos, & Niakas, 2013). More importantly, lack of productively by healthcare workers care can contribute towards the quality of care services provided if nursing staff are lacking support, poor

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    Leadership in Nursing Florence Nightingale once said, “May we hope that when we are all dead and gone, leaders will arise who have been personally experienced in the hard, practical work, the difficulties and the joys of organizing nursing reforms, and who will lead far beyond anything we have done” (as cited in Hassmiller, 2010, p. 2). The development of leaders in nursing is one of the most important tasks the nursing community faces today. Nurses in all positions should possess the basic leadership

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    Leadership In Nursing

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    Healthcare organizations and nursing implications are constantly changing, is important Nurse Leaders to interpret implications in the delivery of healthcare system. Nursing Management and Nursing Leadership while both having similar attributes are two different concepts, with two different characteristics, roles, and responsibilities. There are multiple Management and Leadership qualities, in which ethical considerations must be addressed. As new changes are so frequent in health care the Institute

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    For adequate nursing care, leadership must be applied at all levels of nursing practice. The nurses form the leaders in their patient care activities. The nurses form the players of implementing the interventions that are goal driven with the aim of making the health status of the patient better. The position that nurses serve as leaders in their practice as well as the dynamics that revolve around the nursing leadership. All nurses should be considered leaders because of the roles they play while

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    Leadership is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “the power or ability to lead other people” (Merriam-Webster, 2017). A leader may also be thought of as a guide or a director. Our sixth president, John Quincy Adams quoted that "If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader" (GovLeaders.org, 2017). But what makes a nursing leader? In the book “Leadership & Nursing Care Management”, Huber defines a nursing leader “…as the ability to inspire

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    Nursing Leadership and Advocacy Nursing leaders promote individuals to reach their highest potential. They provide guidance and direction to reach goals and visions in healthcare. Advocacy means to support a cause as defined by Merriam-Webster (2015). An advocate supports the interest of a person or patient. A successful advocate uses skills which combine collaboration, influence, problem solving, and communication per the ANA (2015). Personal and Professional Accountability Personal growth

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    Leadership in the Advance Practical Nurse field is an important aspect that all graduates should understand and learn from it. After the quiz results it concluded that the author is an Authoritarian and a participative leader. The author agrees with the conclusion that leaders should allow other members of the group provide their own point of view when a decision is made and from that point the leader will make their own decision. On the other hand, there are certain aspects on the nursing field

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    studies NURS330: Nursing Leadership and Management Instructor: Pat Howell February21, 2016   Leader Reflection The word leadership bring a lot of images to my mind It is very important for leader in any organization because a manager assists in providing direction toward goals in the organization. As a nurse leader I want to be a leader who eat last, who make everyone feel like they belong to the organization and make people respect me Ruther than fear my leadership. According to James

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    Reflection on Nursing Leadership The difference between a chief nursing officer (CNO) and a nursing student can be determined by experience, status, and education level. However, both a CNO and nursing student possess overlap in the domain of leadership. While a CNO may be immediately perceived as a high-ranking leader, a student nurse also possesses the ability to demonstrate leadership skills. Within interactional theories lies the approach of transformational leadership. Both a CNO and nursing student

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