Identify 2 leadership theories demonstrated in organization (Hospital corporation of America)
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- Nursing Leadership and Management – Theories and Concepts in Leadership and Management
- Select an individual that you believe exhibits authentic leadership. This individual can be historical or contemporary. Provide specific examples that support how this person exhibits authentic leadership. What is the role of authentic leadership in creating trust and followership in this example, and how can it improve organizations?
- What characteristics result in toxic leadership? What are possible repercussions of toxic leadership? Provide a personal experience (do not disclose specific names) or public example of toxic leadership.
- Leadership Self-Assessment: Explain your personal leadership style through the use of leadership and personality assessments
- Review the Worldviews in Nursing Theories section of chapter 3 in Called to Care: A Christian Worldview for Nursing. Select two of the definitions of “health” provided in the text. Within the context of the broader worldview, describe the two selected definitions of “health” of the (six) worldview concepts and nursing theories described in your textbook. How would you define health?
- Select one of the grand or middle-range nursing theories. How does the theory demonstrate evidence of the utilization of social, behavioral, or bioscience theories?
- Select two different nursing theories and describe how they relate to patient care. How could you use them for inciting behavioral changes? Discuss the pros and cons of applying each theory and how they could be integrated into your future practice. Are there any particular ethical issues related to the integration of these theories that should be considered? 300 words
- Yoder-Wise (2015) compares and contrasts the role of leader versus manager and uses several theories to guide practitioners. Which theories are akin to your own?
- Theories and Concepts in Leadership and Management
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