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A professional nursing image is equally dependent on what three factors?
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The ability to effective lead, manage and follow actions.
The use of individual traits and personal power to interact constructively with patients experiencing complex clinical problems for which there are no standardized solutions and to guide interdisciplinary healthcare providers in strategy development to solve these problems...
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Leadership
What are characteristics of effective leaders?
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They communicate direction, use principles to guide a process and project an air of self-assuredness.
What are the five factors identified that influence leadership development?
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Personal life factors, self-confidence, influence of significant people, progression of experiences and success, and innate leader qualities and tendencies.
_________ refers to persons holding top positions of authority like Nursing Director or Chief Nursing Officer.
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Management
___________ is defined as the work of any individual who guides others through a series of routines, procedure, or predefined practice guidelines.
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Management
How does management and leadership differ with respect to behaviors and activities?
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Management activities occur with less ambiguity, the outcomes are generally known and the sequence of actions to achieve outcomes is prescribed.
____________ is a set of actions taken by an individual that contribute to problem-solving, task attainment, and evaluation using healthy and assertive behaviors that support those that are leading.
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Followership
T/F? Followership is considered a passive process.
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False, it is considered a set of behaviors that demonstrate collaboration, influence and action with the leader.
Having social skills, interpersonal competence, psychological maturity and emotional awareness that facilitates harmony is referred to as...
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Emotional intelligence.
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The ability to step outside and see oneself in the context of what is happening while recognizing one's own feelings associated with the event is referred to as...
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Self-awareness
Naming, claiming, and taming feelings such as fear, anxiety, anger and sadness and taking action to manage those emotions in a healthy manner including avoiding passive-agressive responses and victim responses is referred to as...
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Managing emotions (a level of Emotional Intelligence)
Valuing differences in perspective and showing sensitivity to the experiences of others in a way that demonstrates the ability to reveal another's perspective on a situation is referred to as...
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Being empathetic (Emotional intelligence domain)
What characteristics of an emotionally intelligent nurse garner credibility?
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They possess awareness of patient, family, organizational needs, have an ability to collaborate, show insight to others and commit to self growth.
What important functions do theories have for the nursing profession (3)?
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-Can help address important questions for which answers are needed -They add to evidenced based care and management practices -they direct and sharpen the ability to predict or guide clinical and organizational problem-solving and outcomes
What was the major trigger for the development of leadership, motivation, and management theories?
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The influx of people to areas with industries aimed at mass production (Industrial revolution). Efficient production was the impetus
What disciplines were the first to study leadership theories?
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Sociologists and psychologists.
Motivational theories were developed primarily by ____________.
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Psychologists
__________ theories were attempts to explain how nonmanagement employees sustained behaviors to accomplish goals or how leaders and/or environmental factors influenced worker productivity.
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Motivational
_________ theory encompasses how work is organized, planned, changed, and how production quotas are determined.
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Management
  
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