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Running head: THE NURSE LEADER1Organizational Analysis- The Nurse LeaderThe University of Texas ArlingtonIn partial fulfillment of the requirements ofNURS-4455-505-RN-BSN Nursing ManagementProfessor Gladys Maryol, RN, MHA
THE NURSE LEADER2Nurse ManagerDS has her bachelor’s degree in nursing. She is the sepsis coordinator at a large hospital. She has been a registered nurse for seventeen years and a sepsis coordinator for a year. She has experience in ICU and well and ER medicine. She carries many responsibilities in her position including tracking all the data regarding sepsis. She monitors that the New York Department of Health sepsis protocols are followed and if they aren’t she has to find out why not and what changes need to be made. She educates the staff on the sepsis protocols and will assist on the units when the staff requires help in regard to sepsis. She is a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN). Some resources she utilizes are The New York City Partnership for Patients (), Surviving Sepsis (), as well as The New York State Department of Health (). Nurse LeaderDS portrays resonant leadership. “Resonant leaders are in tune with their surroundings, which results in the synchronizations of the thought and emotions of people working around them. Resonant leaders are able to control not only their own emotions but those of the people they lead, while concurrently building strong and trusting relationships” [ CITATION Spe14 \l 1033 ]