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.
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
"This book is undertaken to: 1.
Author: ESTELLE. CODIER
"This book is undertaken to: 1. Provide a conceptual and historical description of EI as a concept and its application to nursing practice. 2. In a very specific and granular manner, illustrate use of EI abilities across various aspects of nursing practice (see chapter titles for these aspects). 3. Describe the current evolution of the body of nurse EI research, including a summary of both the existing evidence and opportunities for future.research. 4. Offer ideas about how to develop EI abilities"--
Research and Professional Support for Emotionally Intelligent Nursing
Leadership The American Organization of Nurse Executives ( AONE ) sets
research and education priorities that address critical issues facing the
profession.28 AONE ...
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.
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
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.
feelings, leadership was practiced in college, and experience with emotionally
competent managers occurred in early work experiences. Similarly, it is possible
to have experiences that erode emotional intelligence. Individuals born with high
Author: Linda A. Roussel
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
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.
A Concise Encyclopedia Harriet R. Feldman, Marilyn Jaffe-Ruiz, Margaret L.
McClure, Martha J. Greenberg, Thomas D. Smith. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
information about recent El research and offers a generic framework that
Author: Harriet R. Feldman
Nursing Leadership: A Concise Encyclopedia is an important reference for all leaders, both current and future, in health care. Its 300 entries, written by nursing luminaries, not only enhance our understanding of leadership - what it is and how it functions - but will help to promote effective leadership among nurses. The encyclopedia is organized around nine themes, with five themes embracing the most salient management and leadership theories, including characteristics and skills required of leaders in today's complex health care system: characteristics of leaders; management and executive skills; theories and models of management and leadership; major leaders in nursing; professional standards; health care delivery standards and health policy; leadership in practice, education, and research; quality outcomes; and informatics and technology. The entries in each theme are varied and based on the assumption that nurse clinicians, academics, and researchers share many of the same challenges but also must adapt their leadership styles and visions to the unique challenges demanded by different roles and institutional missions. Included as well are rich materials on organizations and historical figures that have shaped the leadership role.
How does Emotional Intelligence leadership affect the organization's
performance ? This is an important question as there is no reason to continue
with a leadership approach if it is not having a positive effect on the
organization's staff and ...
Author: Anita Ward Finkelman
Publisher: Prentice Hall
This is a comprehensive resource on leadership and management specific to nursing professionals. Topics include details of the leadership and management skills need to perform professionally in today's nursing profession. Included are modules of "content chunks" to assist in streamlining the material. Activities interwoven within the chapters and on the corresponding website encourage further research and critical thinking. Also found on the website are: video and audio examples and exercises, log on (internet-based exercises with student searching a particular topic); working together- team-based exercises, case applications and in the news - thinking about the future activities. Nursing Professionals and Nursing Students.
Atwater and Yammarino ( 1992 ) found that self - awareness moderated
transformational leadership and performance in military ... Emotionally intelligent
nursing leaders , whose leadership skills are honed in the demanding
environment of ...
Author: Ralf Schulze
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Hogrefe & Huber
The concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) - the ability to perceive, express, understand, and regulate emotions - is still the subject of scientific debate despite its intuitive appeal and widespread popular interest in areas such as human resources, education, and organizational psychology. This book brings together leading experts from around the world to present their perspectives on the current status of EI. It covers theories of EI and assessment approaches in depth, as well as theoretical concepts and research findings on the antecedents and consequences of EI in occupational, educational, and clinical settings. The contributions provide an overview of the empirical evidence that supports (as well as contradicts) many common assumptions about EI and its relation to other forms of intelligence. The book thus reflects the diverse approaches to finding solutions for the still unresolved conceptual and empirical problems, and offers a critical appraisal of the current status of EI.
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
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 literature reviews yielded information regarding the essential skill sets that healthcare leaders need to embrace a positive outcome of emotional intelligence.
Author: Jordyn Kelley
Emotional intelligence is a psychological and cognitive type of knowledge that affects us in our professional and personal lives. This research project will analyze the core competencies and identify the different skills that healthcare leaders need to establish a healthy and positive emotional intelligence within their roles as leaders. Using the Goleman model, the Mayer and Salovey Model, MSCEIT tool, and peer-reviewed journals Emotional intelligence (EI) and Nursing Leadership Styles Among Nurses Managers and Emotional intelligence and Organizational Effectiveness helped provide support for the necessary skills that are needed for healthcare leaders. The literature reviews yielded information regarding the essential skill sets that healthcare leaders need to embrace a positive outcome of emotional intelligence. It has been shown that organizations that provide training in emotional intelligence are seeing leaders build team members to reach patient-centered care and organizational goals. Therefore, organizations should implement additional policies for healthcare leaders to learn these skills and address the positive outcomes that these competencies provide to an organization. Ensuring the proper understanding of these advancements of professional developments, healthcare leaders can help team members offer a new level of customer service to their patients and expand on the success of the organization.
With all nurses expected to demonstrate leadership, management and team working skills it is vital that students engage with this aspect of their training as early as possible.
Author: Peter Ellis
Publisher: Learning Matters
To download an e-inspection copy click here or for more information contact your local sales representative. With all nurses expected to demonstrate leadership, management and team working skills it is vital that students engage with this aspect of their training as early as possible. As well as covering all of the core theory and knowledge, the authors encourage the reader to explore their own values and experiences when it comes to leadership that will help to develop emotional intelligence and a solid understanding of what good leadership and management practice looks like and why it matters to them. Key features: · Written with the needs of student nurses firmly in mind with activities and case studies that bring theory to life · Linked to the 2018 NMC standards of proficiency for registered nurses · Provides practical guidance on the immediate challenges that the new nurse will face
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Author: Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
Beyond Leading and Managing focuses on real life stories and anecdotes about the practice of nursing administration. It highlights key information such as advanced administrative theory, financial decisions, quality control, working with external groups and individuals, planning strategically, and creating new opportunities within the profession. Theory boxes, case studies, and current literature and research located both in the book and on the Evolve website help the reader grasp the key points, remember them and think about the practicality of the content in the real world of leading in healthcare organizations. A brief overview of the chapter helps focus readers and the content builds the base of important information about the topic. Literature boxes pull out and summarize key relevant theories in nursing administration. Contemplations (questions to ponder about the topic) are included to help readers think about the practicality of the content. Leadership Stories offer actual scenarios of practice from a professional view. Administration certification is included as key content in the text. Evolve website offers web links and current research/literature recommended by the authors. Beyond Leading and Managing is a NEW leadership and management text!