What did you see as the difference between a leadership activities and a management activities?
What did you see as the difference between a leadership activities and a management activities?NURS 4020:Leadership Competencies in Nursing and Healthcare
Leadership Theories and Personal Identification of Style and Strengths
Course Media: Laureate Education, Inc. (Executive Producer). (2010).Leadership competencies in nursing and healthcare.Baltimore: Author.
“Leadership in Nursing and Healthcare,” featuring Dr. Kenneth J. Rempher, Dr. Diane Mancino, Dr. Don Arthur, Dr. David Nash, Dr. Cecilia K. Wooden, and Dr. Leslie Mancuso
Course Text: Sullivan, E. J., & Decker, P. J. (2013).Effective leadership and management in nursing(8th ed.). Upper Saddle River: Pearson Prentice Hall.
Chapter 4, “Leading, Managing, Following”
Course Text: American Nursing Association. (2010).Nursing: Scope & standards of practice.Silver Springs, MD: Nursesbooks.org. Retrieved from.waldenulibrary.org/limited/ANA.htm”>http://ezp.waldenulibrary.org/limited/ANA.htm
Course Text: Fowler, M. (2008).Guide to the Code of Ethics for Nurses: Interpretation and application.Silver Springs, MD: Nursesbooks.org. Retrieved from
Jackson, J. R., Clements P. T., Averill J. B., & Zimbro K. (2009). Patterns of knowing: Proposing a theory for nursing leadership.Nursing Economic$,27(3), 149-159.
Kerfoot, K. M. (2009). Denial and immunity to change: It starts with the leader.Nursing Economic$,27(6), 422-423.
Optional Resources are listed in the Week 1 Learning Resources.
Leadership Theory and Health Care
Reflect on the information presented this week and on your own work environment. Then, respond to the following:
Which theory of leadership do you think is most effective in today’s health care environment? Why?
How does ANA’s Nursing: Scope & Standards of Practice influence nursing leadership?
Support your response with references from the professional nursing literature.
Post your response by Day 3of this week. Respond by Day 7to at least twoof your colleagues’ postings. See the Week 1 Discussion area for details.