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Leadership Styles and NursingMeagan RagsdaleJustina IhenlomenCarolyn DelrieBridgette AgyekumSerena Turpin
Leadership Style - Meagan•Democratic Leadership•Best of both worlds•Emotional and Authoritarian•Respects and values everyone•Builds skilled teams with varying expertise
Leadership Style - Bridgette•Democratic/Participative•Tend to set parameters for the work •Have the final say on decisions •Actively involve team members in the process•Style builds trust between myself and my workers as they likely feel engaged and valued•Style is not great in a high-pressure situation that requires a fast turn around as it will slow one down•If I dislike disagreement or conflict, I might struggle with how people respond to consultation.•(Team, T.M., Wrote, M., & Wrote, T., n.d.).•Traits include honesty, intelligence, courage, creativity, fairness and competence (Cherry, 2020).
Leadership Style- Justina IhenlomenTransformational LeadersMotivate others to higher levelInspired others towards achieving common goalsIntellectual stimulate others Uphold Trust and Respect
Comparing the Personal LeadershipDemocratic /TransformationalCommonalities•Improve team collaboration•Built mutual trustDifferences•Democratic leadership has low motivation but allow staff to participate in decision making compare to Transformational leadership.