Running Head: COMBINING NURSING LEADER WITH ADVOCACY1Combining Nursing Leader with AdvocacyShahla ForconalhukGrand Canyon UniversityNRS-440VN-0502November 19, 2017
COMBINING NURSING LEADER WITH ADVOCACY2To work competently innumerable skills would require by nurse leaders in their clinical practice. The American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE), the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN), and the Association of peri-Operative Registered Nurses (AORN)combinedly defined them as an aptitude to lead others by proficient individual and specialized skills. To evaluate the competency in leadership one should be evaluated in four subdomains of Personal and professional accountability, career planning, personal journey disciplines and reflective practice reference behaviors/tenets using the nurse manager inventory tool. (AONE & AACN, 2006). Personal and professional accountabilityI knew from the beginning that to be a professional expert I need to be aware that what is expected from a nurse at a personal level. To be accountable for my behaviors I should know what code of conducts are explained by different nursing associations. My skills grade would suggest that how much I am involved in my professional conduct. So, my strengths are my skills competency and my ethical behavior in situations where a challenged situation arise. I tried to involve in my profession based on the gratitude of nurses explain by different associations to improve the nurse skills and healthcare. As a leader, I refer to the policies and legislations established by my work place to improve the issues such as nursing shortage so is the safety of my patients. By working on this issue, I enhance the improved working atmosphere for my
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