In fact, leadership is a "complex phenomenon that operates across multiple levels of analysis" (Dinh et al., 2014, p. 37), and as such, a leadership philosophy generated from one theoretical perspective would lack dimensional and methodical depth. Thus, this leadership philosophy is heavily influenced by transformational and diversity leadership theories. On the one hand, transformational leadership highly emphasizes on relationships and personal attributes, such as leader-follower dyads (Backman, Sjögren, Lindkvist, Lövheim, & Edvardsson, 2017). Accordingly, much of the transformational leadership research focuses on the personal attributes of effective charismatic leaders. On the other hand, diversity leadership brings light to the contextual influences of diversity and leadership in organizations where the leader is also perceived as a linguistic and/or visible
As Baccalaureate nurses we all have a foundation on nursing professionalism; however, the following professional values are emphasized in this essential in nursing professional: altruism, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, and social justice. Altruism is defined as the belief in or practice of unbiased and generous concern for the well-being of others. Autonym is defined by this essential as the right to self-determine. Human dignity, this concept emphasizes that patients must be respect and dignity. Social justice is another value that nurses must possess in their practice.
To enhance patient outcome quality is always a goal of the health care industry. One way to achieve this is therefore to encourage and facilitate nurses’ participation in clinical judgment. As demonstrated, true empowerment is the antecedent of good clinical judgment. This means a structurally empowering environment, a belief of self-efficacy and autonomy to provide valuable quality care, and a nurse-patient partnership. Unless nurses feel empowered, they will however rely on physicians’ order or the bureaucratic system rather than their ability and creativity to make
Nurses who are professional show and embrace accountability for their actions (Nursing and Midwifery Council UK, 2017). Professional nursing practice is important as it aids to maintain high standards in the clinical area (Hutchinson, D. 2017). If professionalism was not shown in nursing practice, it would lead to many issues. Professionalism can be shown by nurses giving patients autonomy which is a major characteristic of professionalism (R.G. Boss).
. As a nurse leader, my role and responsibility towards establishing a financially sustainable organization would include to fully study and understand the cultural processes and systems, then identify areas which need change or improvement. Focused on organizational vision, and understanding the real purpose of the organization is essential and establishes why improving such process is meaningful (Sinek, 2010). In addition, understanding the purpose of the organization existence, and systems assessments will identify areas not reflecting organizations vision. To increase patient outcomes, such areas will need improvement.
Caring and the Ethics of Care in Nursing In order to define caring in nursing, one must consider the various aspects of caring, and how nurses can use these aspects to build therapeutic relationships with their clients. After these aspects have been understood, nurses can use the ethics of care to influence decisions regarding clients. Challenges to caring do exist for nurses, and solutions to the challenges can be discovered through the ethics of care. There are strategies a nurse may use in order to guarantee quality care for both clients and their families.
However, the difference from these two organizations is that in post modernism, the socially constructed view is individualistic, in a way that the organization consists of multiskilled, differentiated roles that are then shared through networking, those are also focused on self-determination (jatch table 2.2), whereas the symbolic interprevism appears to focus on the socially constructed reality has its organizational culture set as a whole from collectivistic view. The knowledge of both organizations can be argued to be on the interpretivist side of the epistemological spectrum, this is as both are socially constructed. Variation between the two occurs from the origin of knowledge, as one is from personal experience and the other is socially constructed from the organizations experience, and when employed you become a part of such. However, the modernism is on the positivist side as its knowledge consist of scientific methodology and so is fluid, as it is not gained from
Watson’s nursing theories express that the mind, body and spirit of the patient should be taken into consideration. I agree with Watsons that while providing care the nurse should consider care base on the patient as a whole and not just focus on the disorder. I was taught to use Maslow’s hierarchy of need while planning and providing care for my patients. Maslow’s hierarchy is use to prioritize a patient need from life treating issues to love and belong. This hierarchy helps me to provide care which include the patient mind, body and spirit as Watson had
My leadership in nursing is grounded in the knowledge of the needs of patients; knowledge of skills, individual characteristics and needs of the staff employees; and objectives implemented by the group. The strongest feature of is the stimulation of motivation for each employee to develop their potential, and to take care of a particular patient where the employee recognises that he was considered the best qualified who provided with a service that meets his needs . My leadership in nursing allows me to implement the actions with a view to achieving higher levels of efficiency in care in health and nursing, while in the professional practice law and the code of ethics I find support for the development of process of nursing leadership. According to the theory, the restrictions and requirements the hospitals hinder intimidate the professional nursing as to argue in front of such situation.
As discussed on the website of Carrington College, Communication skills, dealing with pressure, and self-confidence is the most important things when it comes to important skills for a health career. Looking for your colleagues and advisors for advice is the best way to help you with your skills, so they can help you strengthen them (Carrington). To be a nurse it is also important to be focused and work well under pressure. I consider myself to be very well at these skills. In the article “Skills for Nursing Practice” The authors note that Nursing takes skills such as leadership, communication, teamwork, and compassion.