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1 Running Head: LEADERSHIP THEORIES Leadership Kelly Price South University
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2 LEADERSHIP THEORIES Leadership is vital role for managers, supervisor or people who are in charge of others in any field due to the crucial role that leaders play in effectiveness and organization. Leadership is govern by the way you influence others to complete a common goal or task. Some nurses are born with a natural leadership quality within them. Others acquire the skill through training. I believe it take certain personal attribute that makes a natural leader. According a leader must fill all of the following roles: transformer, visionary, translator of direction, communication, pursuer of truth, generator of creativity and innovation, seeker of the very next thing, team expert and role model, and model of the journey to excellence. I will discuss my personal thoughts of leadership and management. I will also include different leadership theory, professional nursing organizations and my own time management assessment. According to Porter-O’Grady and Malloch (2016), leadership and management are two distinct competencies. Managers have subordinates, whereas leaders have partners. Most times leadership and management can be used indistinguishable but are not the same. Management is considered to be a particular position with vested authority given to these individuals by hierarchical organizational management (Porter-O’Grady and Malloch, 2016). In contrast, leadership is mainly about the person rather than about the work (Porter-O’Grady and Malloch, 2016). Personally leadership to me isn’t a position, it a role that played by an individual. For example, shortage of staffing in nursing will occasionally lead to a lack of leadership. Without
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