Transformational Leadership in Nursing Introduction Transformational Leadership is the moral ability of a person to make sound judgment and wise decision to influence and inspire others to perform the best outcome even in the critical situation. It is the ability to guide others not just in words, but also by example. Nurses are able to cultivate trust and harmony and establish good relationship with their patients and co-workers through effective and constant communication and intervention. They respond to the basic needs and expectation (Rousel, 2011), they set aside their personal interest for the benefit of their patients and the organization. Transformational leader promotes health care with genuine concern to consider the emotional sensitivity
I learned that nurses need to be familiar with patient’s rehabilitation by knowing therapies that are indispensable and beneficial for their recoveries; and that active involvement in the prevention of deteriorations and complications in physical health and function is important for the patient (p. 22). 3. The article changed the way I think and understand that knowledge is power hence educating patients on best practice to get them back to health or functioning normally is of the essence. 4. In my future practice, I will frequently update self of therapies and pay more attention to details that the patient identifies as essential for recovery to better help them regain their well-being and ability to perform their daily activities.
I am kind, caring, non-judgmental and open-minded. It’s important to have these characteristics in order to empathize with your clients. I will encounter a variety of situations that will required me to be open-minded to understand. You can’t exhibit any signs of judgmental thoughts when you’re working with clients. Just because sometimes you might not agree with a person decision, doesn’t entitle you to treat them poorly.
All of their determination, especially Annie’s, was driven by their hope for Helen’s success. The Miracle Worker really portrayed how one must believe and have hope in order for their dreams to come true. From the beginning, in Act I of The Miracle Worker, people like Kate and Annie had hope that Helen would get better and be bright enough to soak in information. Kate—Helen’s loving and caring mother—would do anything to help Helen improve her health, or to act somewhat like an ordinary child. One part of the
A good and efficient leadership in the implementation of diverse nursing roles are seen to have a great impact on addressing concerns and eventually believe in retaining dedicated nurses in their respective units to carry on their noble responsibilities. Leadership is a process by which a person influences others to accomplish an objective and directs the organization in a way that makes it more cohesive and coherent. Good leaders are made, not born. If you have the desire and willpower, you can become an effective leader (Jago, 1982). Leadership can be learned and nurtured.
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It also makes it easier for us to fulfill and achieve our goals instead of settling for less. Eventually, our mental and emotional awareness will be molded that we can conquer almost everything, even the most challenging situations in life. For that reason, I deserve to give myself a chance to stand up for what I believe in and to follow my vision no matter where it takes me. More than ever, I am ready to face my fears of failing so I can pursue my education and become a successful Registered Nurse in the near future. What actually inspires me to move forward comes from a famous quote.
By learning from Alicia’s desire to work hard at what she wants help make Esperanza’s personality by helping her to never stop trying to complete what might be hard now but will all make sense at the end and progress even farther. That is why I pick Alicia as a role model that helped shaped her
Reflective practice is an extremely valuable method for health professionals to guarantee the prosperity of a diverse scope of patients and to enhance the way health professionals work by aiming to make a more proactive and qualified proficient (Dawber, 2012). Following an analysis of literature, benefits of reflective practice for registered nurses (RN's) were outlined. These benefits
Evidence based practice (EBP) is to demonstrate the best practice, which has been supported, with a clear rationale to back it up, while acknowledging the patient/clients best interest. In this professional outline it will be discussed why EBP is so important to start with student nurses career and continuing throughout the nursing career and the second main point will be on the impact it has on patient outcomes regardless of discipline. I believe if this mind set is instilled early in the nurses career the practice will evolve it a more proactive
My Thoughts Exercise: Assignment #7 Anaïs Nin On Truth and Reality 1. Page 206. “The change came from within; it was a force which could solve conflicts and dualities.” My Thoughts: This quote was in regards to Dr. Rank’s therapy sessions with Nin and her realization of this huge experience with fixing herself inside. Nin speaks of strengthening her “creative will” or how she refers to it her “stubbornness” and how this exercise from Dr. Rank shifted to changing her personal life and the after effects were explosive. I found this quote to be enlightening and life changing.
For a successful rehabilitative program, Andrews and Bonta advocate that the program must "respect the individual, have a psychological theory basis, and should work in junction with the enhancement of preventative service" (YEAR). I would employ cognitive-behavioral therapy because it has shown the most success in various treatment settings (CITE, 423?). CBT aligns with Andrews and Bonta 's RNR model by focusing on the reduction of criminogenic needs. CBT therapy seeks to change the CENTRAL beliefs of the individual 's behavior and incorporates problem solving skills, interpersonal skills training, role-playing, and negotiation skills training (CITE 423 ish). If possible, I would encourage the offender to participate in group therapy in
: I think these would all be great improvements to nursing. The ones I can appreciate is recommendation 3, about having a residency program for prelicensure or advanced practice nurses. I think it will allow us more time to become more proficient and skilled. Also, recommendation 4, these governing bodies and health care organizations should make obtaining a baccalaureate degree easier for nurses to achieve. Yes, I believe it is important because communication is a key to providing patient safety.
Terry I agree that the healthcare system is dynamic and that we, as healthcare providers, need to anticipate the needs of society. I think that it is great that you are already in a position where you can educate those at senior facilities, homeless shelters and schools. Your position as a wellness nurse has given you the opportunity to act on the definition of positive social change which “…results in the improvement of human and social conditions” (Walden University, 2015, para 4). This experience will definitely assist you as a future Nurse Educator. I’d like to change the subject to one that has not been addressed.