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.
Author: Mae Taylor Moss
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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.
Emotionally. Intelligent. Nursing. Leadership. The American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) sets research and education priorities that address
critical issues facing the profession.*AONE, which represents the perspective of nursing ...
Author: Linda Roussel
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
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.
Author: Denise M. KorniewiczPublish On: 2015-04-06
APNs familiar with the use of human capital leadership theory can apply these
concepts within the clinical environment. The emotional intelligence theory is
defined as the ability to perceive emotions, facilitate thinking, and to analyze or ...
Author: Denise M. Korniewicz
Publisher: DEStech Publications, Inc
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.
The most self-aware, successful leaders develop techniques not only to
understand their own emotional intelligence but also to seek a way to solicit open
and honest critique of their leadership performance. Nurse leaders and
managers who ...
Author: Elizabeth Murray
Publisher: F.A. Davis
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.
The parallels among competence in emotional intelligence, the American Nurses
Association's scope and standards, and research that is supportive of this work
are noteworthy. Emotionally intelligent nurse leadership is characterized by ...
Author: Linda A. Roussel
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Category: Business & Economics
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.
Author: Estelle Codier, PhD, MSN, RNPublish On: 2021-01-15
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.
Author: Estelle Codier, PhD, MSN, RN
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
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
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The EI advantage: putting emotional intelligence into practice. Berkshire: McGraw
Hill International; 2002. Moss MT. The emotionally intelligent nurse leader.
Author: Esther Chang
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
New edition of the essential text for senior nursing students transitioning to professional nursing practice. Now in its third edition, the popular Transitions in Nursing continues to recognise the issues and challenges faced by senior students making the transition to nursing practice. Transitions in Nursing, 3rd Edition: Preparing for Professional Practice offers motivating discussion and insight to facilitate the shift from university to the workplace. This third edition is restructured into three sections: From Student to Graduate; Skills for Dealing with the World of Work; and Organisational Environments. All chapters have been fully revised and updated with consistent pedagogical features. Themes addressed in the text include: learning to work in teams; understanding organisational structure; stress management for nurses; communication with patients and families; and professional development strategies. Also new to this new edition of Transitions in Nursing are two new chapters on Clinical Leadership and Continuing Competence for Practice. This new content reflects recent changes in Australian clinical practice, policies, procedures and National Registration requirements for nurses. Transitions in Nursing, 3rd Edition: Preparing for Professional Practice brings together a team of academics and clinical practitioners of the highest calibre. The text stimulates students’ and nurses’ interest in theory and concepts while providing strategies that can be tested and applied in nursing practice. • Consistent pedagogical features in each chapter, including: o Learning Objectives o Key Words o Introduction o Activities in body of the text o Conclusion o Short Case Studies followed by Reflective questions o Recommended Readings for further exploration of issues o Updated References
Author: Harriet R. Feldman, PhD, RN, FAANPublish On: 2011-12-19
Mitigating the impact of hospital the responsibility of emotionally intelligent
leadership. Nursing Research, 54(1), 2–12. Germain, P. B., & Cummings, G. G. (
2010). The influence of nursing leadership on nurse performance: A systematic ...
Author: Harriet R. Feldman, PhD, RN, FAAN
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
A single comprehensive reference for nursing leaders, leadership organizations, nursing clinicians, and educators, Nursing Leadership is the only compendium of nursing terminology in existence. Written by eminent nursing professionals, it provides descriptions of prominent individuals in nursing, information regarding nine leadership-related topics, and current trends in nurse leadership. This second edition has been expanded to encompass 80 new entries and revisions or updates to all original entries. It provides an extensive overview of current leadership issues including theories, characteristics, and skills required of nurse leaders in today's complex health care system. Highly respected contributors include Claire Fagan, Beverly Malone (NLN CEO), Polly Bednash (AACN CEO), Patricia Benner, and many others. For ease of use this new edition contains both alphabetic and thematic indexes, extensive cross-referencing, and print and web references for each entry. The new edition features: Thematic list of entries in addition to alphabetic index An extensive overview on salient nursing leadership issues, themes, characteristics, and current and future developments A "legacies" section on nursing luminaries throughout history Over 80 new entries and updates and revisions of original entries Extensive cross-referencing and print and web resources for each entry
Author: Ursula Diane Sobas-GonzalezPublish On: 2013
Based on research projections, the healthcare industry will face a severe nursing shortage, creating a situation that may undermine the very quality of care in hospital settings as it relates to nursing recruitment and retention.
Author: Ursula Diane Sobas-Gonzalez
Category: Emotional intelligence
Based on research projections, the healthcare industry will face a severe nursing shortage, creating a situation that may undermine the very quality of care in hospital settings as it relates to nursing recruitment and retention. Job dissatisfaction has been identified as a major factor contributing to the current problems in recruiting and retaining nurses. Grounded in the theories of Goleman, and Mayer, Salovey, and Caruso, the purpose of this quantitative, correlational study was to determine the relationship between nurse leaders' emotional intelligence (EI) and followers' job satisfaction, and nurse leaders' EI and length of years (LOY) in healthcare, and followers' job satisfaction related to LOY in healthcare. Data from the nurse leaders were collected using the Mayor-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT), and data from the followers were obtained utilizing the Job Satisfaction Survey. The sample for this study included 31 critical-care nurse leaders and 178 followers, those who directly reported to the nurse leader within two, large, Level-I trauma centers in the Southwestern United States. The goal of this study was to provide empirical evidence to enable nurse leaders to develop new strategies through the use of EI and its reported ability to increase employee job satisfaction. Ultimately, there was no statistical significance between nurse leaders' EI and followers' job satisfaction or between nurse leaders' EI and LOY in healthcare. However, a strong, statistically significant relationship was identified relating to followers' job satisfaction and LOY in healthcare. The significance of the study was to understand nurse leader emotional intelligence and how this may influence the nursing staff's job satisfaction in an acute-care setting.
Author: Deborah Dolan Hunt, PhD, RNPublish On: 2014-10-24
Although there is a paucity of evidence in regard to emotional intelligence and
the role of the nurse leader, there are ... (2002), using emotions allows leaders to
understand and motivate others through expression of multiple perspectives that
Author: Deborah Dolan Hunt, PhD, RN
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
“Nursing school did not adequately prepare me for this role” and “Why didn’t anyone tell me about this when I was a student?” are commonly heard complaints from new nurses during their first two “rite of passage” years following graduation. But this transition to professional practice—fraught with challenges, anxiety, triumphs, and tears—does not have to be so difficult. The Nurse Professional helps novices prepare for their transition into a “real world” role from being a student through graduation, NCLEX success, job search, first job, and beyond. It is the only book to cover all of the steps that new nurses must take to ensure a smooth transition into the professional role. The author is a nurse educator and mentor with extensive experience in recruiting and orienting nurses. Dr. Hunt is also co-founder of the Nurse Advocacy Forum, providing advocacy, support, networking, professional development, leadership, and mentoring to students and new graduate nurses. She offers sound advice regarding the most current issues facing new nurses and practical strategies for obtaining a job of one’s choice, describes steps to take well before graduation to ensure a smooth transition to professional practice, and addresses the various indicators of academic achievement that are required for employment at some nursing facilities. She also discusses the benefits of externships, internships, professional development, and networking, how to develop a winning portfolio, and how to successfully transition into professional practice. This book provides information on workplace bullying and how to deal with it; the importance of self-care, self-advocacy, and networking; writing a résumé; interview skills; and much more. “Top 10 Tips” in each chapter concisely highlight important topics. Samples of useful forms and documents are available in chapter appendices. A PowerPoint presentation and templates for role play/simulation scenarios for faculty use are also available. Key Features: • “Top 10 Tips” in chapters concisely highlight important topics • Samples of useful forms and documents are available in chapter appendices • Delivers specific, practical strategies and exercises for a successful transition and entry into practice • Written by an experienced nurse/educator and nurse mentor who has extensive experience regarding how new nurses transition into practice
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restructuring on nurses: the responsibility of emotionally intelligent leadership.
Author: John Daly
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
The new edition of this popular nursing text introduces students to the theory, language and scholarship of contemporary nursing. Contexts of Nursing, 4th edition continues to challenge and extend nursing students by exploring the key concepts underpinning contemporary nursing practice. This exceptional nursing textbook incorporates diverse views and voices and sometimes-controversial topics, encouraging student nurses to reflect, discuss and debate various issues, and ultimately helping them to develop their own positions. Contexts of Nursing, 4th edition features abundant new and updated content – developed in consultation with practicing nurses and nursing students – yet remains based on the same aims and objectives of the popular first edition. Written by expert contributors, all of whom are helping shape contemporary nursing in Australia and New Zealand, this latest edition of Contexts of Nursing reflects the dynamic nature of nursing scholarship. Chapters have been thoroughly revised and updated, and now include fresh learning objectives, key words, reflective questions, recommended readings and references Content has been fully updated to reflect national registration A restructured table of contents links key chapters Each chapter addresses an area of study within the undergraduate nursing program. Topics include history, culture, ethics, law, technology and professional issues.
Author: Mona N. Bahouth, MSN, CRNPPublish On: 2012-11-20
Emotionally intelligent nurse leadership: A literature review study. Journal of
Nursing Management, 16,565–577. American Association of Critical Care Nurses
. (2006). Scope and standards of practice for the acute care nurse practitioner.
Author: Mona N. Bahouth, MSN, CRNP
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
"This is a unique and needed addition to the nursing literature. Historically, the role of the nurse practitioner was focused on primary care, but as the healthcare environment has changed, so has the need for nurse practitioners in the hospital setting....This valuable resource is a wonderful guide for nurse practitioners and administrators working to successfully create this transition in their organizations." Score: 98, 5 Stars.--Doody's Medical Reviews Transitioning into Hospital Based Practice: A Guide for Nurse Practitioners & Administrators is the first text to address the mutual issues of both NPs and administrators in successfully implementing NP practice in hospitals. This book addresses the planning, implementation, and evaluation process as well as the key factors that are critical to the success of the individual NP, and incorporates practical guidance from national NP experts. The NP recruitment, orientation, mentoring, and professional development are key to the individual and collective success of both the NP and the organization's outcomes. It is the commitment to this mutual success that sets this book apart from any other texts on this subject and makes it indispensible for students, practicing NPs, and administrators alike. Key Features: Provides concrete strategies for the NP and Administrator that support the transition from clinic to hospital-based APN practice Addresses a growing need for role identification and integration of the NP role into the hospital setting Covers the planning, implementation, and evaluation process of the hospital-based NP Focuses on the improvement of patient outcomes and cost reduction Written by national NP experts
Intelligence was equated with leadership; businesses selected corporate leaders
based on the results of intelligence tests ... Emotional intelligence (Goleman,
1995) assumes a social and interpersonal ability to interact that influences the
Author: Jeri A. Milstead
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
This text provides a framework for the new nurse to launch a position as a leader in an environment that may be stressful and chaotic. Focusing on situations that require thinking about leadership in new and different ways, the text provides case scenarios of real-life situations for discussion. Interactive exercises help fine-tune the student s critical thinking of creative solutions that establish a pattern to carry through the first years in practice toward a career of demonstrated leadership."
Implicit rationing of nursing care and emotionally intelligent leadership style of nurse managers have been found to contribute to patient outcomes.
Author: Hazel Linda Blizzard
Category: Emotional intelligence
Implicit rationing of nursing care and emotionally intelligent leadership style of nurse managers have been found to contribute to patient outcomes. No studies had been done prior to this study to examine possible links between implicit rationing of nursing care and emotionally intelligent leadership style of nurse leaders on a hospital unit. The purpose of this cross-sectional survey design study was to examine relationships between amounts of perceived implicit rationing of nursing care and perceptions of emotionally intelligent leadership style of nurse leaders on the acute-care hospital unit. The sample for this study consisted of 248 direct-care nurses licensed in Oregon and working in acute-care hospitals. The nurses were recruited using an electronic list of licensed RNs in the state of Oregon from the Oregon Board of Nursing. Data were retrieved using an online platform. The conceptual framework, Implicit Rationing of Nursing Care (Schubert et al., 2007) guided the study, providing a basis for relationships between nursing management, direct-care nurses, and implicit rationing of nursing care. Two instruments were used to survey direct-care nurses about implicit rationing of nursing care and characteristics of their professional work environment on their unit. The first was the Perceived Implicit Rationing of Nursing Care (PIRNCA), a unidimensional scale containing 31 items. The second instrument that was used was Revised Nursing Work Index (NWI-R), a unidimensional scale containing 57 items. Free-text items included comments by the direct-care nurses about their ability to complete care for their patients, quality of care ratings of care for their patients on their unit and estimates of the percent of care that goes undelivered on their unit. Findings of this study support an association between direct-care nurse perceptions of a more resonant, emotionally intelligent leadership style of nurse leaders on their unit and lower amounts of implicit rationing of nursing care (r = -.358, p
The intervention included the development of a six-hour curriculum delivered through an interactive and innovative in-person learning event with the collection of qualitative and quantitative data using formative and summative evaluations. ...
Author: Michael Francis
Changing the process of professionally developing nursing preceptors to meet the growing and changing needs of the nursing profession is critical. This evidence-based project leveraged an advanced preceptor education program for inclusion of basic emotional intelligence tenets and transitioning them into preceptor self-awareness, leadership recognition, and return on human capital investment. A large integrated healthcare system in Northern California identified a strategic need for preceptor development and within the system two acute care hospitals and one home health/hospice agency were selected to participate. The intervention included the development of a six-hour curriculum delivered through an interactive and innovative in-person learning event with the collection of qualitative and quantitative data using formative and summative evaluations. 42 preceptors attended the course and of the 93% (n=38) who participated in the pre and post formative surveys, 63% (n=24) strongly agreed they now have the ability to develop emotional intelligence within their nursing practice. A 30-day follow up Changing the process of professionally developing nursing preceptors to meet the growing and changing needs of the nursing profession is critical. This evidence-based project leveraged an advanced preceptor education program for inclusion of basic emotional intelligence tenets and transitioning them into preceptor self-awareness, leadership recognition, and return on human capital investment. A large integrated healthcare system in Northern California identified a strategic need for preceptor development and within the system two acute care hospitals and one home health/hospice agency were selected to participate. The intervention included the development of a six-hour curriculum delivered through an interactive and innovative in-person learning event with the collection of qualitative and quantitative data using formative and summative evaluations. 42 preceptors attended the course and of the 93% (n=38) who participated in the pre and post formative surveys, 63% (n=24) strongly agreed they now have the ability to develop emotional intelligence within their nursing practice. A 30-day follow up summative survey identified 73% (n=28) intend to share emotional intelligence concepts with new employees and their coworkers. The conclusion of this evidence-based performance improvement project revels achievement of the AIM to develop nursing preceptors as leaders and provides convincing evidence to support the continued use of this intervention model for future professional development opportunities. survey identified 73% (n=28) intend to share emotional intelligence concepts with new employees and their coworkers. The conclusion of this evidence-based performance improvement project revels achievement of the AIM to develop nursing preceptors as leaders and provides convincing evidence to support the continued use of this intervention model for future professional development opportunities.