What is Leadership in Nursing?
Nursing leadership is one of the single most important factors in motivating and inspiring nurses to practice at the top of their licensure. While the definition of leadership in nursing often includes qualities such as encouraging, inspirational, and supportive—truly successful nursing leadership must be equipped to evolve as the nursing industry itself experiences ongoing change and shifts.
Nursing Leadership: What Is It and Why Is It Important?
Nursing leadership is one of the single most important factors in motivating and inspiring nurses to practice at the top of their licensure, it is most successful when the entire team is also successful. We look at the impact good leadership has on healthcare organizations.
Nursing Leadership Styles
There are several different leadership styles in nursing management, each with benefits and detractors in their use and effectiveness. The most effective nurse leaders understand how to bring nursing staff together for the benefit of the patients care.
5 Leadership Styles in Nursing
Effective nurse management is crucial to hospitals and health systems for team motivation, performance, and job satisfaction. Find out about the types of leadership styles that could help your nurses drive better patient care.
The Two Types of Nurse Managers and the One to Strive For
Throughout your career, you've probably witnessed a distinct difference in nurse management styles. Discover what the two types of nurse managers are.
Transformational Leadership In Nursing Articles
Transformational leadership is a management style that motivates employees to take ownership for their roles and perform beyond expectations. Transformational leaders inspire and motivate employees to find better ways of achieving a goal.
How to Become a Transformational Leader in Four Steps
Anyone can become a transformational leader by reflecting on their attitudes and mindset. Get started by putting these 4 elements into action.
Why Transformational Leadership Belongs in Healthcare
Transformational leadership can play a key role in achieving patient safety, patient outcomes, and patient satisfaction. This blog looks at the highlights of our recent webinar, “Design Your Path to Transformational Leadership in 2020”.
Characteristics and Examples of Transformational Leadership in Nursing
Transformational leadership, the preferred management style of Magnet hospitals, has been shown to transform entire teams to a higher level of practice.
Transformational Leadership Style Resources
Anyone can become a transformational leader by reflecting on his or her attitudes and mindset. Explore ways to become a transformational nurse leader and build a culture of high reliability.
Transformational Leadership: Preferred Management Style of Magnet®-Recognized Hospitals
Transformational leadership has been shown to transform entire teams to a higher level of practice. Learn how to transform your organization for the better.
Design Your Path to Transformational Leadership in 2020
Learn the key attributes of transformational leadership and how to develop a framework for your organization that promotes innovation and a culture of high reliability.
Redefining the Artistry of Nurse Leadership
Explore techniques like improving communication through social media, applying the power of persuasion, and implementing unique strategies to identify potential nurse leaders.
Leadership Behaviors and Qualities in Nursing
As more nurse leaders near retirement and new nurses enter the workforce, look for the necessary qualities and behaviors in your current nursing staff to uncover potential leaders.
3 Behaviors of an Effective Nurse Leader
Discover 3 impactful nurse leadership behaviors and best practice recommendations for fellow residing and emerging nurse leaders.
13 Qualities of a Good Nurse: Leadership & Personality Characteristics
With more and more new nurses entering the workforce, we look at 13 specific qualities that hospitals and health systems should be identifying and encouraging to help hire and understand which current nurses on staff would make great leaders.
Resources for Developing Nurse Leaders
Leadership and managerial skills aren’t developed overnight, they take time and years of experience. Start supporting leadership development among your front line nurses so they are ready to move into leadership roles.
Communication: The Key to Today’s Complex Healthcare Environment
Presented with Skillsoft®, we explore how everyday communication impacts patient satisfaction, employee engagement, clinical outcomes, and the fiscal health of an organization.
Top Down Is Dead. Lead From the Middle!
Download this white paper to learn practical solutions and advice on how to build your leadership pipeline by developing the talent you already have.