Nursing leadership

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Nursing leadership

  1. 1. NURSING LEADERSHIP ALLOW US TO ENTER ©JESSICAGUNDAYA
  2. 2. POWER, AUTHORITY, RESPONSIBILITY ACCOUNTABILITY, SERVANT LEADERSHIP,FILIPINO STYLES OF LEADERSHIP
  3. 3. POWER IS A MEASUREMENTOF AN ENTITYS ABILITY TOCONTROL ITSENVIRONMENT, INCLUDINGTHE BEHAVIOR OF OTHERENTITIES. SOURCES OF POWER
  4. 4. A CLAIM OF LEGITIMACY, THEJUSTIFICATION AND RIGHT TO EXERCISE THAT POWER EXAMPLE
  5. 5. WHILE A MOB HAS THE POWER TO PUNISH A CRIMINAL, FOR EXAMPLE BY LYNCHING, PEOPLEWHO BELIEVE IN THE RULE OF LAWCONSIDER THAT ONLY A COURT OF LAW HAS THE AUTHORITY TOORDER PUNISHMENT. HOME
  6. 6. THE SOCIAL FORCE THAT BINDS YOU TO YOUR OBLIGATIONS AND THE COURSES OF ACTION DEMANDED BY THAT FORCE A FORM OF TRUSTWORTHINESS; THE TRAIT OF BEING ANSWERABLE TOSOMEONE FOR SOMETHING OR BEING RESPONSIBLE FOR ONES CONDUCT. HOME
  7. 7. THE ACKNOWLEDGMENT AND ASSUMPTION OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACTIONS, PRODUCTS, DECISIONS, AND POLICIES INCLUDING THEADMINISTRATION, GOVERNANCE, ANDIMPLEMENTATION WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THE ROLE OR EMPLOYMENT POSITION AND ENCOMPASSING THEOBLIGATION TO REPORT, EXPLAIN AND BE ANSWERABLE FOR RESULTING CONSEQUENCES. HOME
  8. 8. SOURCES OF POWER EXPERT POWERPOSITIONAL POWER REWARD POWER COERCIVE POWER PERSONAL POWER KINDS OF POWER
  9. 9. EMPOWERMENT
  10. 10. “THERES A BASIC PHILOSOPHY HERE THAT BY EMPOWERING...WORKERS YOULL MAKE THEIR JOBS FAR MORE INTERESTING, AND THEYLL BEABLE TO WORK AT A HIGHER LEVELTHAN THEY WOULD HAVE WITHOUT ALL THAT INFORMATION JUST A FEW CLICKS AWAY.” BILL GATES. HOME
  11. 11. SERVANT LEADERSHIP NEXT
  12. 12. FILIPINO STYLES OF LEADERSHIP
  13. 13. DEMOCRATIC next
  14. 14. THE DEMOCRATICLEADERSHIP STYLE IS A VERYOPEN AND COLLEGIAL STYLEOF RUNNING A TEAM. IDEASMOVE FREELY AMONGST THE GROUP AND ARE DISCUSSED OPENLY.
  15. 15. FACILITATING THE CONVERSATION, ENCOURAGING PEOPLE TO SHARE THEIR IDEAS, ANDTHEN SYNTHESIZING ALL THE AVAILABLE INFORMATION INTO THE BEST POSSIBLE DECISION.
  16. 16. AUTHORITARIAN
  17. 17. No provision is made for the psychologicalneeds of workers. Work doesn’t have to bemeaningful; it just has to be done.
  18. 18. When complete planning is in the hands of this manager, there’s no challenge for the subordinate; work becomes a mechanical process.
  19. 19. The dominant concepts in this style are authority andobedience to authority,mutual trust is virtually eliminated.
  20. 20. “WITH GREAT POWER COMES GREAT RESPONSIBILITY” -SUPERMAN
  21. 21. "THE SERVANT-LEADER IS SERVANT FIRST” - Greenleaf
  22. 22. “TO PUNISH ME FOR MY CONTEMPT FOR AUTHORITY,FATE MADE ME AN AUTHORITY MYSELF.” - ALBERT EINSTEIN
  23. 23. “NOTHING STRENGTHENS AUTHORITY SO MUCH AS SILENCE.” - LEONARDO DA VINCI
  24. 24. "ACCOUNTABILITY BREEDS RESPONSE-ABILITY." - Stephen R. Covey
  25. 25. “THANK YOU!” - GROUP 3

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