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CULTURE AND VALUES IN LEADERSHIP

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CULTURE AND VALUES IN LEADERSHIP

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Running head: CULTURE AND VALUES IN LEADERSHIP 1
Culture and Values in Healthcare
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Task one: Role of Nurse Managers and Nurse Leaders in Re-Engineering of Healthcare
A nurse manager is the role model of other junior nurses. Other nurses emulate and learn
much from their manager, in several ways. For example, in presenting the correct information
and championing the aspirations of the healthcare institution and patients. It is the responsibility
of the nurse manager to motivate other junior nurses so that to mobilize them to deliver effective
services to the patients in the healthcare center. This can be achieved by a nursing manager
showing concern towards achieving the goals and expectations of the healthcare institution and
other healthcare providers (Wisser & Massey, 2019).
A nurse manager ensures these goals and expectations are met through the establishment
of an output model comprised of influence and authority power. For a nurse manager to achieve
the best output, he/she should use less authority and power but be influential. Success in re-
engineering healthcare service delivery requires a nurse manager to be able to negotiate, be
persuasive, and appreciate others. In terms of service delivery, a nurse manager is expected to
inspire and share vision among other healthcare givers. He/she should motivate, shape, and
delegate duties to his/her junior staff so that to achieve more in healthcare service provision
(Stanley, 2016).
The roles of leadership in nursing involve putting the demands of the patient at heart and
work closely with other healthcare teams with one goal of providing the best healthcare service
to the patient. The performance of other nurses and healthcare providers is determined by the
leadership in nursing. Some of the approaches that nurse leaders can employ to ensure a
compassionate healthcare setting include nurturing other healthcare givers through proper
instructions and leading them from the front. The other approach is to develop professional
bonds with several healthcare centers so that to re-engineer the provision of healthcare services
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