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Here are some nursing leadership styles which you can
merge with your abilities, desire, and enthusiasm to
I think its so fantastic that as a nurse you have so many options as to where you can take your career and
you can move from seeing patients face to face everyday to being on the administrative side of things,
and of course, both have their pros and cons. In order to succeed in any type of leadership role, some
traits that would be necessary are good Communication, personnel and time management, active
listening, critical thinking, decision making and writing skills, computer skills relating to scientific,
classification, database user interface and query, document management and medical software.
Re: Topic 5 DQ 1
A Director of Nursing (DON) is a formal role in nursing that requires leadership, education, and
training. Academically, DONs’ minimum requirement for educational degree is an Associates or
Bachelors level degree in nursing but most often require a Masters in Nursing Science. DONs, as the title
describes, provides direction and management of the nursing staff and the care services. “Their duties
might include supervising the nursing staff and overseeing patient care as well as administrative
functions such as record keeping and budgeting” (Study, n.d.). Along with overseeing patient care
services and nursing staff, DONs also maintain organizational and state standards of care, managing data
sets and informatics, as well as collaborating within the interdisciplinary health care team to optimize