I believe this to be an ineffective communication skill and believe she should

I believe this to be an ineffective communication

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I believe this to be an ineffective communication skill and believe she should have followed through with what they communicated to the staff. When she does communicate with staff she communicates very well and enough to get her message across. We have a wide range of language barriers and even with that she still communicates in the end effectively. I believe attimes she does not handle conflict very well and instead turns the other way and avoids it or instead she tells the person that comes to her with the conflict to work it out amongst themselves.I do believe that this is great, but in certain circumstances she still has to intervene if the two parties cannot work out the conflict. I have seen at times were she does not intervene at all and ithas become a bigger issue because of this. If I could give her any recommendations on how to communicate more effectively it would be to follow through with what she says she is going to do or to the very least give her staff a reason why she is not doing what she said she would. I
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THE NURSE LEADER6believe this will make the staff trust her more and believe in her more. I would also tell her although she is doing a great job at resolving conflicts with employees that there are times were she needs to intervene even if it is to just be the neutral person in the situation. I believe by her turning the other way and ignoring the situation only makes it worse and prevents employees wanting to come to her to resolve conflicts. ConclusionAs one can see analyzing a nurse leader can be very beneficial to a person that wants to step into the same kind of role. I believe by knowing what kind of leadership style one possessescan guide you in your way to becoming a great leader. Also I believe communication is the key to every great leader. By knowing ones strengths and weaknesses in their leadership role can mold them into becoming a better leader.
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THE NURSE LEADER7ReferencesAmerican Association of Critical Care Nurses. (n.d.). Retrieved from Sullivan, E.J.. (2012). Effective leadership and management in nursing(8th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.Welcome to the new nursing world.org. (n.d.). Retrieved from
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