• The strategic planning process- This is an important part in an organization. In this process, the employees or staff in all sections of the health care organizations is involved in planning and making decisions. The challenges are identified and solved then ways to improve the services are employed in order to bring great outcomes to the organization. The nurses’ responsibilities to make successful strategic planning include; • Involving head of other healthcare personnel in strategic planning.
Moreover, I believe that nursing leadership is critical to the lives of nurses. Thus, it is essential that a nurse leader is consistent and knowledgeable on ways to facilitate the development of nursing practice environments that enable nurses to deliver quality nursing care. For such an environment to be met, it is my belief that I will not only be required to advocate quality care but also need to communicate articulately, be a mentor, a visionary, a mentor and a role
I think Leadership is an important skill for the nurses of all levels. Being an effective nurse means being an effective leader as well. My personal experience shown that workplace environment, teamwork and patients care are depending on nurses leadership skills. Mahoney described leaders as being “visionary, equipped with strategies, a plan and desire to direct their teams and services to a future goal ” (2001) . I think leaders should be also passionate, dynamic and have a motivational and inspirational influence on other people.
For more than 50 years, nursing professions had emphasized critical thinking as an essential
Charge nurse must be a role model the way with professionalism and dedicated and set an example for others to follow. Ensure all assignments are completed and covered based on a patient’s need. Task are delegated effectively and the care is supervised.
Subsequently, they must design strategies for establishing, expanding, and cultivating future nurses with matching passion, skills, and understanding. Likewise, they must serve as a role model for advancing nursing education, create a mutual environment with others, promote a safe environment, and maintain credibility as a nurse faculty (Patterson & Krouse, 2015). For nurses to thrive tomorrow, they must emulate the traits of a leader today and mold others with those same values and qualities. “Rejoice in your work; never lose sight of the nursing leader you are now and the nursing leader you will become" (Sue Fitzsimons). References Fater, K. H., Weatherford, B., Ready, R. W., Finn, K., & Tangney, B. (2014).
Effective Communication Fosters Positive Working Relationships The quality of relationships between nurses and other team members greatly influences delegation success and overall teamwork. A productive team is one that has timely ongoing communication, a willingness to collaborate, and initiative. The following are important points to consider regarding the registered nurse 's role in improving communication and relationships within a team nursing model: As the RN, you must clearly define expectations for UAP and LPNs on reporting the completion of tasks. Remember, the patient is ultimately under your care. While you are able to delegate tasks, it 's still your responsibility to see that each task was carried out effectively and safely.
APN Role and Leadership Competencies Julliet A. Thomas Grantham University Abstract There are many different aspects of Advance Practice Nursing (APN) make that make the nursing profession unique and valuable. The competencies that comprise each advanced practice nursing discipline are vital in creating a solid foundation for clinical nursing. They prepare you to conquer challenges in the clinical setting and cultivate innovation to establish processes for clinical practice. Advance Practice Nursing is recognized as 4 nursing roles: Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM), the Certified Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) the Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) and the Nurse Practitioner (NP).
The nursing assessment is the foundation to building a therapeutic patient-nurse relationship. The patient-nurse relationship begins to form at the first encounter. Nursing assessment is the first encounter between patient and nurse. First impressions are made and these judgements can greatly affect how a client perceives a nurse (Patrick, 2013).
The value of inter- and interprofessional collaborative practice as a DNP nurse and how it may impact my role. With the healthcare transformation occurring around the world, a partnership relationship between a doctor of nursing practice and doctor of philosophy-prepared nurses continues to develop. According to Ford, (2009), doctorate of nursing practice (DNP) plays an important role to play in the always changing health care system. According to the Institute of Medicine (IOM), the United States, nursing has the largest number of health care workers. With the current growth in health care, Advance practice nurses (APNs) will be taking up leadership roles, collaborating with other health care professionals to improve health care access and promote quality care.
In order for the future of health care to change, changes must begin at the top with stakeholders, the hierarchy and nursing management, nurses as leaders within their organizations. According to Disch J. (2008), nurses as leaders within their organizations need to also step forward, CNEs have the background, perspective, and platform to help their organizations seriously tackle safety issues that jeopardize patient care and that face nurses and their colleagues daily, and are the essential building blocks of all health systems--and
Nurses are a vital part of the health care system and the leaders that manage their performance can affect their productivity, trust, and even acceptance of change. The purpose of this paper is to discuss my style of leadership based on a leadership style survey. I will also describe what leadership and management theories align with my leadership style. After presenting my leadership style, I will discuss the work environment that this style would be successful in. I will conclude with three key behaviors that will demonstrate the skills of a successful leader.
“Leadership”. It can be a frightening word as a new nurse. After all, how am I supposed to lead people when I have no experience? I am utterly unqualified to tell other people what to do. However, I believe that leadership does not have to be the traditional leader and subordinate circumstance.
Marquis and Huston (2014) discuss how the mark of a good nursing leader is in the ability to inspire and motivate others to action; furthermore, no one leadership style is ideal and may vary according to the situation. The purpose of this paper is to match and explain the nursing leadership theory that is most applicable to solving communication issues, and to explain how legislation and health care policy can impact communication issues in the nursing. Nursing Leadership Theory Nursing leadership is complex and multifaceted and has been cited as a main reason nurses leave their current position (Blake, Leach, Robbins, Pike, & Needleman, 2013). Blake et al.