Overall, she clearly deserves to be awarded for her outstanding work, dedication, and contribution to her facility. She truly exemplifies how nurse managers should take charge, making sure that her collaboration among staff and colleagues would change for the better in patient care.
Nursing leadership may also involve empowering other nurses and mentoring them to become active leaders. A nurse leader is a professional, an advocate, and a good communicator. A nurse leader should be both empathetic and courageous (MrDjaskari, 2013). A nurse leader drives the team effort for changes that may improve health care delivery. A nurse leader seeks out opportunities for growth and development.
Emotional intelligence is the ability, capacity and skill to identify, assess and control the emotions of oneself, of others and of groups. This quality plays an important role in nursing success whether they are working in management or at the bed side. We must understand and create a therapeutic relationship between nurses-client relationships. We must understand the client’s situation and help them to achieve their needs so that it provides a better care. Therefore nurses should always seek out techniques to assist in the caring of the client and provide them with all the support and their betterment to have a better therapeutic relationship with the clients.
They participate in organizational strategic planning initiatives and relay these objectives to their charges with clarity and resolution. Nurse managers also plan and implement emergency preparedness strategies and oversee OSHA compliance, worker injury management and safety education. Skill 4: Leadership Nurse managers oversee the employees that work together to provide patient care.  They decide which potential job candidates will help the organization produce the best outcomes for patients. Managers transitioning from frontline nursing often face the challenge of tempering compassion with logic; they create a balance between building employee loyalty and advancing organizational objectives.
Toprevent this, nurses need to adopt strategies to protect their health. Therapeutic interaction in simple words it meansis a way of communication between a nurse and a client .This is very important because it helps a nurse better understand about their client more properly . Self-awareness as a nurse in relation to patient simply means to develop authentic congruent and open with patient (stein-parbury, 2000). Increasing the client’s self-awareness is achieved through establishing a trusting relationship that allows the clients to openly explore feelings. Open exploration can make the situation less threatening for the client and encourage behaviours that expands a person’s awareness of self.
The reasoned action approach rests upon the assumption that workers engage in specific behaviors because it is reasonable for them to do so (McEwen & Wills, 2014; Fishbein & Ajzen, 2010). The reasons behind their actions are often the beliefs nurses have, which they associate with engaging in the behavior. Knowing these facts, nurse leaders such as the nurse managers could work towards addressing the actual issue, motivating their nurses and providing sufficient number of patient they could handle. This could satisfy the nurse’s needs and help them be more productive with their job and change their intention towards their work. The nurse leaders would also understand the nurses and their beliefs and intentions towards their job in utilizing the theory.
Should consider the effectiveness of communication and ways to improve autonomy and accountability of nurses. Work under the influence of polcies and procedures and involve the patients and profession. Decision making bodies are taking the role for the sake of improve the healthcare outcomes and the professional practice improvement. In public health sectors there should be interprofessional team and that should be advance the nursing practice in interpreting the role for community as a whole. Also nureses can teach other staff members and patients.
These include; Workload management, leadership qualities, control of practice, professional development, communication and organizational loyalty (Daly & Carnwell 2003, pp. 158-167). These attributes hold significance in terms of obtaining positive outcome for not only the Registered Nurse but also the organization and the patient. Workload should be managed in such a way that the care process is not affected. Registered Nurse should have leadership qualities to help, motivate and inspire other nurses.
A nurse manager should have developed both management and leadership skills as an effective manager and leader to attract and retain nurses in the workplace. Manager should plan for the future of the organization according to the organization’s vision; mission and policies to empower nurses understand clearly and work together towards to meet the goals. In this phase of planning, manager plays an important role to create a positive and healthy working environment that promotes professionalism. As an effective manager, she influences nurses respect to each another, encourage communication among nurses and working as a teamwork and feel appreciated. According to Manion (2004), nurses who felt rewarded and believed that they had a positive impact on the organization were more likely to stay in the job.
As a nurse, the author will ensure that as a leader, she delegates information by providing a holistic perspective of the patient’s needs and diagnoses. This will help the UAP to understand the importance and urgency of the tasks delegated. The nurse will also work to obtain a trusting, open, and honest relationship with the UAP. If the UAP believes the nurse has the UAP, the patient, and facilities best intentions at heart, the UAP will be more likely to carry out the delegated tasks without adjournment. The nurse will make sure to be mindful of why the UAP may have performed a task in an untimely, or incorrect fashion, and take responsibility for the mistake.