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Self-transcendence is an example of Reed’s (1997) nursing process, which is a self-organizing process inherent among human systems that is also related to well-being. Self-transcendence theory originated in part from Reed’s knowledge of the basic developmental nature of human beings and its relevance to well-being, and in her belief that nursing is not only a human science, but a developmental science. She believes that nursing should address the inner capacity of human beings for health, well-being, and continued development (Reed, 2008). The purposes and major concepts of self-transcendence theory are considered to be a characteristic of developmental maturity where there is an expansion of self-boundaries and orientation toward broadening life perspectives and purposes (Reed, 1991). Self-transcendence theory propels the individual beyond the immediate or constricted view of self and the world (Reed,
Framework of the Study Resilience has been defined as the ability to succeed in the face of adversity (Werner-Wilson, Zimmerman & Whalen, 2000). It has been suggested that resilience results from a person’s ability to make meaning out of a stressful situation and to activate internal resources to resolve stress-laden issues (Christopher, 2000; Crawford & Kalifani, 2009). American Psychological Association, (2016) resilience is the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or significant sources of stress— such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems or workplace and financial stressors. It means "bouncing back" from difficult experiences. The term recovery indicates that a degree of psychopathology is present for a period of time, typically upward of several months, following a traumatic event before returning to pre-trauma levels.
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In this essay i will be exploring the role that leadership, management and my setting play in creating change to improve safeguarding outcomes for children and families. Rodd,2005 (p.21) states that “it is important to understand that leadership and management are linked and interwoven.” I will be exploring a broad range of legislation, theories whilst linking it to current research to help give better depth into this critique. Palaiologou (2012 p.198) sights Covey (1992 p.101) theory which highlights that “Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success while leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall”. In addition, I will consider the central issues involved in inter-professional practice and the
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