Personal Mission Statement My mission statement includes all six core values that were described earlier and is as follows:
PERSONAL LEADERSHIP IN A HEALTHY WORK ENVIRONMENT 3 My mission as a registered nurse is to include human dignity, integrity, autonomy, altruism, social justice, and excellence in my daily work and daily life. I vow to show human dignity by respecting someone for who they are and not passing judgment. I vow to provide integrity by always maintaining the code of ethics for nurses and upholding my mission statement. I vow to demonstrate autonomy by standing up for what I believe in and advocating for my patient. I vow to express altruism by concerning myself with the safety and well-being of others. I vow to display social justice by following moral, legal, and basic human standards to every patient my hands touch. I vow to provide excellence to patients by remaining educated and competent in my skills. CliftonStrengths Assessment The CliftonStrengths assessment showed that my five themes were woo, communication, consistency, activator, and futuristic (StrengthsFinder, 2018). People who have the woo theme love the challenge of meeting new people, winning them over, and get satisfaction from breaking the ice and making a connection with someone (StrengthsFinder, 2018). The communication theme is when people find it easy to put their thoughts into words, are good conversationalists, and excellent presenters (StrengthsFinder, 2018). The consistency theme states that people are keenly aware that people need to be treated the same, and that stable routines and clear rules and procedures should be stated for everyone to follow (StrengthsFinder, 2018). The activator theme is for people who can make things happen by turning thoughts into action and would instead do things now than talk about them (StrengthsFinder, 2018). The futuristic theme is for people who are inspired by the future and what could be (StrengthsFinder, 2018).
PERSONAL LEADERSHIP IN A HEALTHY WORK ENVIRONMENT 4 Research shows that traits like transparency (Giordano-Mulligan & Eckardt, 2019), skilled communication (Blake, 2015), relational exchanges (Shirey, 2017), effective decision making (Harmon, Degennaro, Norling, Kennedy, & Fontaine, 2018), and innovation (Bowles,
- Summer '16
- Elvira Phelps