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Nursing 401
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“Courage is not the absence of fear, it’s inspiring others to move beyond it” - Nelson Mandela
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Critical thinking – thinking about lots of things at any given time, multitasking. The ability to be able to take all that information in, reorganize it, and spit it back out in an organized fashion
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Vision Influence Not all influence is good, you can influence people in a bad way. It’s your choice to be good or bad Empower To give people the tools they need to do what they need to be able to do Communication Collaborative Genuine Healthy work environment Huge push right now in nursing… Read the article he posted, what it means to be a leader and what a healthy work environment entails
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Trait Theories Behavioral Theory Situational Interactional Transactional/Transformational
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Autocratic Democratic Laissez-faire Bureaucratic Charismatic Transactional Transformational Connective Shared
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Leader makes decisions for the group Assumes workers are incapable of independent decisions Where is this style effective? Military does this perfectly When the leader is the expert, what they say goes Effective in code situations and what not
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Leader encourages participative decision- making Empowers workers through collaboration Communication flow up and down
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Presumes workers are internally motivated Hands off approach Assumes autonomy Not a good style for every situation You have to know the style of person Veterans – will do what the dr tells them to, but maybe not you. Don’t change very well… Told stories of his dad Baby boomers – hard workers, come in early, stays late. Invented casual Friday, i.e. work hard and play hard. Generation X – Pearl Jam and what not. They like to get a task, leave them alone, don’t tell them how to do it. “Latchkey Kids.” Like to have a task and be left alone, don’t tell them how to do it. Don’t like to be micro managed. Millennial Generation – have reputation of being hard workers, good task people. Get things done when given a task.
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Assumes workers are externally motivated Relies on organizational rules and policies. Inflexible approach Everything is done is a specific way… They discount completely the humanistic factor, but the policy is the policy is the policy. There is a problem with this, you have to sometimes amend that.
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Personality invokes commitment Emotional relationship is formed with group members Establishes rapport through contact Network very well
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Focused on day-to-day tasks to achieve organizational goals Incentives to promote loyalty Emphasizes the process Attempts to control situations and followers The control factor is an issue, this might be the person that is a micromanager…
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Fosters creativity, risk-taking, collaboration Empowers workers Promotes independence, growth, change
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