The Emotionally Intelligent Nurse Leader

Author: Mae Taylor Moss
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780787976156
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The Emotionally Intelligent Nurse Leader offers nursemanagers, health care leaders, and emerging leaders a useful guidefor identifying, using, and regulating their emotions (emotionalintelligence). As the author clearly demonstrates, harnessing thepower of emotional intelligence can transform the work environmentand the nursing profession as a whole. This important resourcecombines a strong theoretical base with illustrative case examplesand practical insights. Every day, nurse leaders must resolveconflict, form alliances, and coach others in a complicated healthcare environment. Each chapter in this book is designed to helpthese professionals identify, understand, and hone the skills ofemotional intelligence—skills that will bolster the nurseprofessional's ability to lead effectively. The EmotionallyIntelligent Nurse Leader explores how to invent an emotionallysensitive workplace culture, upend the hierarchy—makingleaders more responsive and line employees moreresponsible—and visualize and create an emotionallyintelligent workplace.

Management And Leadership For Nurse Administrators

Author: Linda Roussel
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780763734862
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Designed for the management and development of professional nurses, this text provides management concepts and theories, giving professional administrators theoretical and practical knowledge, enabling them to maintain morale, motivation, and productivity. Organized around the four management functions of Planning, Organizing, Leadership, and Evaluation, it includes new chapters on total quality management, the theory of human resource development, and collective bargaining. Additionally, content has been added to include recommendations from the work of the Institute of Medicine and the Magnet Appraisal process.

Emotion And Emotional Intelligence In Nursing Leadership

Author: Nancy Curtis Molter
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Emotional Intelligence In Nursing

Author: Estelle Codier, PhD, MSN, RN
Editor: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 082617454X
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The first book on emotional intelligence (EI) written for nurses, this comprehensive resource delivers both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to improve patient outcomes. Authored by one of the foremost experts in EI and nursing, the text discusses the foundations of EI and shows how EI skills can and should be applied to any practice setting in nursing. Using core concepts of EI and evidence-based research, this publication discusses the implications of EI on key nursing challenges such as burnout, patient safety, staff retention, conflict management, ethical decision-making, quality and safety, and wellness. Emotional Intelligence in Nursing addresses the application of EI skills in various arenas of clinical practice and in advanced practice nursing roles. Each chapter contains one or two case studies featuring a nurse or care team at a crossroads event. Sometimes the clinicians in the case studies use EI skills; sometimes they do not. The case study is then analyzed through the lens of the four basic EI abilities, highlighting key practical takeaways for the reader to absorb and incorporate into their own practice to provide better care for themselves, their care team, and their patients. Key Features: Demonstrates how the implementation of EI results in superior patient outcomes Provides a foundation in EI concepts and demonstrates its application in a variety of nursing practice settings Discusses implications of EI for teaching, burnout/thriving, staff retention, conflict management, and ethical considerations Presents real-life scenarios through case studies Address the needs of all nurses, from students to educators, from new nurses to nurse executives

Understanding Emotional Intelligence In Nursing

Author: Lisa Sherry Debbie Ball
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Management And Leadership For Nurse Administrators

Author: Professor University of Alabama Linda A Roussel
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 1284067637
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Management and Leadership for Nurse Administrators, Seventh Edition provides professional administrators and nursing students with a comprehensive overview of management concepts and theories. This text provides a foundation for nurse managers and executives as well as nursing students with a focus on management and administration. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.

The Doctor Of Nursing Practice

Author: Lisa Chism
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780763766535
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The Doctor of Nursing Practice provides information regarding the DNP degree and related role and professional topics. This unique reference includes chapters on the discussion of the evolution of doctoral education in nursing and the development of the DNP, rationale for the development of the DNP degree including relevant discussion of the American Association of Colleges of Nurse’s (AACN) Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Practice Nursing, the AACN’s Position Paper on the DNP, and the Institute of Medicine’s Report calling for higher education among health care professionals. This book also discusses the various roles of the DNP prepared advanced practice nurse including researcher, health policy advocate and nurse leader.

Foundations Of Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice

Author: Janet S. Fulton
Editor: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 0826110673
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Emotional Intelligence Of Nurse Leaders

Author: Hanan Alqasim
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Leading And Managing In Nursing E Book

Author: Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323294227
File Size: 58,68 MB
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Leading and Managing in Nursing, 6th Edition offers an innovative approach to leading and managing by merging theory, research, and practical application to better prepare you for the NCLEX® exam and the transition to the practice environment. This cutting-edge text is organized around the issues that are central to the success of professional nurses in today's constantly changing healthcare environment, including consumer relationships, cultural diversity, resource management, delegation, and communication. UNIQUE! Each chapter opens with The Challenge, where practicing nurse leaders/managers offer their real-world views of a concern related in the chapter, encouraging you to think about how you would handle the situation. UNIQUE! The Solution closes each chapter with an effective method to handle the real-life situation presented in The Challenge, and demonstrates the ins and outs of problem solving in practice. The Evidence boxes in each chapter summarize relevant concepts and research from nursing/business/medicine literature. Theory boxes highlight and summarize pertinent theoretical concepts related to chapter content. Research and Literature Perspective boxes summarize timely articles of interest and point out their relevance and applicability to practice. Separate chapters on key topic areas such as cultural diversity, consumer relationships, delegation, managing information and technology, legal and ethical issues, and many more. End-of-chapter Tips offer guidelines for applying information presented in the chapter. Numbered exercises challenge you to think critically about concepts in the text and apply them to real-life situations. Eye-catching full-color design helps engage and guide you through each chapter. Glossary alphabetically lists and defines all the boldfaced key terms from the chapters. Chapter Checklists provide a quick summary of key points and serve as a handy study tool. NEW! QSEN competencies incorporated throughout the text emphasize the importance of providing safe, high-quality nursing care. NEW! What New Graduates Say section at the end of each chapter provides you with a real-world perspective on the transition to clinical practice. NEW! Expanded content on legal and ethical issues, care delivery strategies, staffing, quality, and consumer relationships. NEW! Updated photos throughout the book maintain a contemporary and visually appealing look and feel.

Nursing Leadership And Management

Author: Elizabeth Murray
Editor: F.A. Davis
ISBN: 0803668872
File Size: 30,21 MB
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Take an evidence-based approach to leadership. Learn the skills you need to lead and succeed in the dynamic healthcare environments in which you will practice. From leadership and management theories through their application, you’ll develop the core competences you need to provide and manage care of the highest quality to your patients. You’ll also be prepared for the initiatives that are transforming the delivery and cost effectiveness of health care today.

Financial Management For Nurse Managers

Author: Janne Dunham-Taylor
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 0763757136
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Completely revised and updated, the Second Edition addresses a myriad of financial concepts ranging from staffing and budgeting to measuring productivity and forecasting costs. Examples and explanations of terminology will help nurse managers successfully correspond with the financial department to implement change without negatively affecting patient care and outcomes.

Building Innovative Nurse Leaders At The Point Of Care An Issue Of Nursing Clinics E Book

Author: Kelly A. Wolgast
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 032369568X
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Together with Consulting Editor Dr. Stephen Krau, Dr. Kelly Wolgast has put together a unique issue that discusses nursing leadership. Expert authors have contributed clinical review articles on the following topics: Sustainability Strategies and Nursing; Building Skills in Policy, Advocacy, and Media to Promote Population Health; Integrating Technology Innovation Into Practice; Leading Change in Nurse Bedside Shift Reporting; Decision-making at the Bedside; Making Good Use of Your Limited Time; Nursing Model of Care in Behavioral Health; Mentor Relationships to Build Individual Leader Skills; Sepsis Management in the ED; Importance of GIS Mapping and Disaster Preparedness; Nurse Characteristics and Effects on Quality; Interprofessional Models of Care; Magnet and the Direct Care Nurse; and Home Health Nursing Satisfaction and Retention. Readers will come away with the information they need to create a successful environment for nurses that ultimately results in improving patient outcomes.

Emotional Intelligence

Author: Ralf Schulze
Editor: Hogrefe Publishing
ISBN: 1616762837
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The concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) – the ability to perceive, express, understand, and regulate emotions – is still the subject of scientific debate despite its intuitive appeal and widespread popular interest in areas such as human resources, education, and organizational psychology. This book brings together leading experts from around the world to present their perspectives on the current status of EI. It covers theories of EI and assessment approaches in depth, as well as theoretical concepts and research findings on the antecedents and consequences of EI in occupational, educational, and clinical settings. The contributions provide an overview of the empirical evidence that supports (as well as contradicts) many common assumptions about EI and its relation to other forms of intelligence. The book thus reflects the diverse approaches to finding solutions for the still unresolved conceptual and empirical problems, and offers a critical appraisal of the current status of EI.Theory, measurement, and application of emotional intelligence, presented and critically reviewed by the world’s leading experts.

Leadership Practices And Emotional Intelligence Of Nursing Leaders

Author: Joan M. Vitello-Cicciu
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Nursing Leadership And Management

Author: Denise M. Korniewicz
Editor: DEStech Publications, Inc
ISBN: 1605951587
File Size: 62,43 MB
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Provides a practical approach to leadership and management principles specific to clinical settingsCoverage includes clinical decision-making, technology to improve patient outcomes, and leadership and management practice in inter-professional healthcare deliveryMultiple case studies This textbook is intended for students preparing as advanced practice nurses, doctoral physical therapists, doctoral pharmacists, and other advanced practice professionals. The book provides practical approaches to the application of leadership and management principles while systematically presenting the content needed for skilled leadership in varied clinical settings. Chapters are devoted to leadership change, understanding health organizations and systems, technology to improve population-based care, using critical thinking principles to improve patient outcomes, clinical decision-making using evidence-based practice, and inter-professional healthcare delivery. Telehealth and the impacts of the Affordable Care Act are also discussed. A case study is presented at the beginning of each chapter and incorporated into the theoretical material as a continuing illustration.

Leading And Managing In Canadian Nursing E Book

Author: Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 1771721863
File Size: 72,82 MB
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Prepare for licensure and your transition to practice! Organized around the issues in today's constantly changing healthcare environment Yoder-Wise's Leading & Managing in Canadian Nursing, 2nd Edition offers an innovative approach to leading and managing by merging theory, research, and practical application. This cutting-edge text is intuitively organized around the issues that are central to the success of Canadian nurses including cultural diversity, resource management, advocacy, patient safety, delegation, and communication. In addition, it provides just the right amount of information to equip you with the tools you need to master leadership and management – all to help prepare you for clinical practice! UNIQUE! Each chapter opens with A Challenge, where practicing nurse leaders/managers offer their real-world views of a concern related in the chapter, encouraging you to think about how you would handle the situation. UNIQUE! A Solution closes each chapter with an effective method to handle the real-life situation presented in A Challenge and demonstrates the ins and outs of problem-solving in practice. Innovative content and presentation, merge theory, research and professional practice in key leadership and management areas. An array of pedagogical elements includes chapter objectives, glossary terms, exercises, Research Perspectives, Literature Perspectives, Theory Boxes, chapter checklists, tips, and references. Intuitively organized content and clear and unbiased writing style facilitates learning of theory and complex concepts. Inviting and well-structured full-colour design enhances your learning by being able to find information quickly and easily, providing visual reinforcement of concepts. UNIQUE! Two NEW chapters help build your leadership skills within your academic program - one of which is authored by an undergraduate student and an early career alumnus. NEW! UNIQUE! Chapter on nursing leadership in Indigenous health explains the leadership role and is also integrated into relevant topics throughout the text. NEW! Expanded and updated coverage of topics includes workplace violence and incivility, strength-based nursing and the role of nurses as change agents - visioning, shaping culture, leading change. NEW! Expanded discussion on the interdependence of leadership and management roles and competencies clearly fosters leadership ideas for effective and responsive health care environments. NEW! Additional examples of real life practice cases and examples help you to examine and apply theoretical concepts.

Compassion In Nursing

Author: Alistair Hewison
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137443707
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Is nursing in England experiencing a fundamental moral crisis? A number of recent high-profile reports about the state of nursing care in English hospitals certainly add weight to this argument; however, although the intense media attention on the decline of compassion in nursing has highlighted some of the issues, it has neither explained the underlying causes nor signalled a realistic solution. In this timely and important book, a collection of expert authors with a wealth of academic and practice experience examine the multitude of areas that need to be understood, and issues that must be addressed, before the policy recommendations triggered by the latest furore can be realised. These include: • Policy perspectives on compassion • Analysis of the historical roots of the concept of compassion • Examination of compassion in a contemporary nursing context, including patients' perspectives • The organisation of services to deliver compassion • Approaches to supporting staff to provide compassionate care. Compassion in nursing has become an issue of national attention in England; however, there has been a tendency for sensationalised reports to win out over analysis. This book explores the issues involved in more detail and depth. It is an essential resource for nursing students, practising nurses and health service managers, and anyone else interested in creating a compassionate health service.

Emotional Intelligence As A Leadership Strategy To Make Leaders Great

Author: Dr. Whitney Stevens
Editor: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3656084106
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Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, University of Phoenix, language: English, abstract: Twenty successful leaders in the United States participated in the study to explore the extent to which emotional intelligence supports leadership potential and success. Competent managers with strong leadership skills are scarce (Cafolla, 2008). According to Goleman (2001), EQ might predict up to 90% of the variance in leadership effectiveness by uncovering strong positive effects of leadership commitment and effectiveness that support strong influences on leadership effectiveness. This modified Delphi study extended research on the emotional intelligence competencies to explore future possibilities of improving leadership success at mid- to high-level management tiers. The results of this study provide evidence to support emotional intelligence and leadership potential, validating the need for EQ as a leadership strategy. The Delphi study results recommended training to increase EQ in leaders and asserted that leaders with high levels of EQ are likely to improve overall organizational results, reduce turnover, reduce fraud and low performance, improve moral, and make organizations a better place to work.

Nursing Concept Analysis

Author: Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN
Editor: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 0826126820
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The only text to feature examples of 30 key concept analyses supporting nursing research and practice This DNP and PhD doctoral-level nursing text delivers analyses of 30 core concepts that define nursing theory, research, education, and professional practice. Grounded in the concept analysis framework developed by Walker and Avant, the book clearly demonstrates how concepts are used to build theory, support research, and improve education and professional practice. Designed to facilitate practical applications of concept analysis methodology, all chapters provide an explicit description of each concept and a consistent framework for its analysis. Additionally, a diagrammatic representation of characteristics across concepts allows readers to make comparisons and ultimately to build on the text’s knowledge base. Expert authors from clinical and research disciplines focus on the core of nursing-- the nurse-patient relationship--grouping concepts into the categories of patient/client-focused concepts, career-focused concepts, and organizational/systems-focused concepts. Within these groups the book addresses such contemporary themes as hope, postpartum depression, resilience, self-care, cultural competence, and many others. With its expansive descriptions and analyses of key nursing concepts within a consistent framework, the book will help nurse scholars to develop a sophisticated analytic ability and provide graduate nursing students with a foundation for developing a DNP capstone or PhD research project. Key Features: Offers in-depth description and analyses of 30 core concepts relevant to nursing and related disciplines Provides a consistent analytic framework throughout Demonstrates a highly practical application of concept analysis methodology Includes diagrams of characteristics across concepts for comparison Authored by renowned scholars and practitioners