Leadership in Healthcare Practice PDF

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Leadership in healthcare practice1Leadership in healthcare practiceName:Course:Professor’s Name:University:City (State):Date:
Leadership in healthcare practice2IntroductionStrong leadership is very crucial in any kind of profession. Each nurse leaders make surethat each and every, members of the team offer the greatest level of care while also motivatingworkers to work together and put the needs of the patients ahead of individual issues (Bawafaa etal., 2015). However, nurse leadership mentor nurse, offering advice and guidance which theyrequire to fulfil their particular duties with confidence. However, the culture of any health carefacility has impact on how patient care is offered. The way workers are appraised can encourageor discourage them thus affecting their efficiency (Kirwan et al., 2015). The paper will addressthe impact of leadership on nurses and impact of culture on patient care.Criteria 4 impact of leadership on nursesImproved patient’s careThe care of the patient is teamwork while depending on the collaboration of nurses,physicians, doctors and another specialist. The leadership unify these teams and make sure thatevery individual is on the same page concerning the patient care. However, strong leadershiptake a hands-on approach to the patient care (Bawafaa et al., 2015). For instance, they adhere tothe instructions offered to the staff and monitor actively the patient’s progress. They enhanceequality of the care provided to the sick individuals through holding employees accountable andcoordinating everyone efforts.Conflict Management
Leadership in healthcare practice3It is unavoidable in strong teams that breakdown in communication and conflict canarise. The strong leadership have the potential to prevent nurse conflicts from affecting thewellbeing of the patient or even implicating the ability of the team to work effectively. Strongleadership in any health care spot these kinds of conflict and take the necessary steps before theycan cause any harm. Furthermore, they take immediate approaches to resolve the issue (Bawafaaet al., 2015). For instance, they can convene the staff meeting and encourage the nurses to openlyspeak about their issues so that they can be resolved accordingly. However, leaders can leadthem in finding the best ways to improve their working relationships.Positive role modelStrong leadership in any organization have the potential to inspire the nurses to achievetheir desired goals. Leaders develop a standard of conduct for the nurses to follow throughhonouring ethical principles of their profession, putting the needs of the patient s first andtreating their colleagues with much respect (Lievens and Vlerick, 2014). For instance, when theleaders make themselves as authoritative and respectful leaders, there is less likelihood that theywill have to reprimand or instruct nurses and they will have to follow their leas naturally.MotivationNurses can find their work as hectic and high stress which results in exhaustion. Strongleadership assist them to stay on track and try to remind them the commitment they have to therecoveries of the patients (Lievens and Vlerick, 2014)However, leaders offer advice and aidwhen the nurse is in a great dilemma. For instance, when they have the complicated care of thepatient, leaders will be available to show them what they need to do. Leaders show confidence in
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