Further, trustworthy, understanding the people, able to motivate people, good decision making, being responsible, being realistic and being ethical are some important aspects of a leader to develop as a good leader. Considering personal leadership goals, one aspect that I would like to improve in myself is confidence in speaking English in front of others. It is not about how many people around me, but it is about talking in English. Even though I
1. LEADERSHIP This concept of leadership has made me not to be responsible to specific matters in my own department but also responsible for coordinating interaction with other departments both professionally and non-professional within the organization. It makes me not to be fearful of failure, change or confrontation from patient and colleagues. Adjustment is quickly made when failure is imminent, while trying to continue to make progress. It proves to me that respect is reciprocal, and it is what I must earn as a good leader.
First, the nurse leader needs to have the ability to identify and understand the situation that he or she wants to influence. Secondly, the nurse leader need to adapt to the current situation and allow him or her behaviour and other resources to close the gap and identifies what needs to be achieved. Finally the third competency is on communication. According to Fagerstrom & Salmela (2010), regardless of how good the leader is able to identify and adapt but if he or she is unable to communicate effectively, most likely the leader would not be able to achieve the goals. Effective leaders will be able to get people to work together, engaging them to effectively pursuit shared goals, and such as delivering excellent care, planning cost saving and even challenging the ethics of a new designed policy (Wong & Cummings,
However, I am aware that the beginning of effective leadership would be by developing a vision of the organization where a nurse leader serves. Coming up with a picture of what would be a future of excellence in delivering nursing care in the organization would be crucial in motivating and raising commitment among the other nurses. As a nurse leader, the vision that I would hold dear would be to ensure I have the capacity to make sure that the systems in place benefit individual needs of the patients in a manner that patients are always handled with respect and dignity while the work that nurses perform is respected and valued. For this to be met, there is a need for the nurse leader to assist the other nurses grasp the envisioned picture and remaining at the forefront in directing the others on where to go. Subsequently, I would want to be the kind of a nurse leader who can enable the staff to grasp the vision, to make sure the appropriate people assume the nursing roles and to model the behaviors that are desired of the other
As a leader I try by all means to provide a moral health atmosphere in the organisation. I also believe that it is my responsibility as a leader to make sure that ethical decisions are reinforced within the organisation. I also believe that as a leader it is my responsibility to develop an organisation climate which promotes ethical conduct by employees. I also believe that the success of the organisation entirely depend on the moral behaviour that I portray as a leader and the type of decisions I make. I also embody a number of quality and characteristics such as courage, being fair and firm and I have a quest for social
Their thoughts and perceptions can help others to follow them. They should also have a positive and confident attitude and be able to instill their confidence in others. With that confidence should also come commitment, and leaders should be able to commit to their actions - committing with confidence breeds confidence in others. It has also been said that leaders should have high moral standards because people will not follow those they do not respect. Furthermore, good leaders do more than just supervise or manage their teams: they feel a sense of responsibility, and in return the team members know that their leader cares for them and cares for the business.
As a leader it is necessary to win peoples cooperation by letting them see your intention is to make things better. This can be accomplished by helping with nursing duties or listening to a colleague having a problem. My interpersonal skills enable me to be effective in the care of patients and in the assistance to
When most people think of a leader, they picture the president of a club or an organization. However, it is my belief that a good leader is actually just a good person who leads by example, rather than any other authority. In this context, I satisfy the leadership requirement for the NHS. As I have mentioned before, I have always been ready to help others. Not only am I ready to help as an individual, I am also able to work well with a team.
MY LEADERSHIP PHILOSOPHY I have confidence in leading by example and leadership by positive reinforcement. I recognize that success is achieved by communicating and working towards a common vision. For any leadership philosophy to work, it must be easily understood by all. My leadership philosophy and vision on leading my subordinates is basically to emulate Be-Know-Do, which is the Army’s Leadership Model. As a military leader, I take as the gospel truth what the NCO creed says, that the Noncommissioned Officer is “The Backbone of the Army.” I will focus my thoughts on the Army’s Leadership Model of Be-Know-Do.
What is the good leadership character? A good leader should have good self-confident, strong communication skill, ability to manage other people and as a helping person to always help others. Psychologist Kurt Lewin has developed his framework in the 1930s,