Nursing leadership

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Nursing leadership

  1. 1. NURSINGLEADERSHIP ALLOW US TO ENTER ©JESSICAGUNDAYA
  2. 2. POWER, AUTHORITY, RESPONSIBILITY ACCOUNTABILITY,SERVANT LEADERSHIP, FILIPINO STYLES OF LEADERSHIP
  3. 3. POWER IS AMEASUREMENT OF ANENTITYS ABILITY TOCONTROL ITSENVIRONMENT,INCLUDING THEBEHAVIOR OF OTHERENTITIES. SOURCES OF POWER
  4. 4. A CLAIM OF LEGITIMACY, THE JUS TIFICATION ANDRIGHT TO EXERCIS E 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. T H E S O C I A L F O RC E T H A T B I N D S YO U TO YO U R OBLIGATIONS AND THE COURSES OF ACTIOND E M A N D E D B Y T H A T F O RC EA FORM OF TRUSTWORTHINESS; THE TRAIT OF BEINGANSWERABLE TO SOMEONE FOR SOMETHING OR BEING RESPONSIBLE FOR ONES C O N D U C T. HOME
  7. 7. THE ACKNOWLEDGMENT ANDASSUMPTION OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACTIONS , PRODUCTS , DECISIONS, AND POLICIES INCLUDING THEADMINISTRATION, GOVERNANCE, A N D I M P L E M E N TA T I O N W I T H I N THE SCOPE OF THE ROLE OR EMPLOYMENT POSITION ANDE N C O M PA S S I N G T H E O B L I G A T I O N T O R E P O R T, E X P L A I N A N D B E 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 E M P OW E R I N G . . . WO R K E R SYO U L L M A K E T H E I R J O B S FA R MORE INTERESTING, ANDT H E Y L L B E A B L E TO WO R K A TA HIGHER LEVEL THAN THEY WO U L D H AV E W I T H O U T A L L THAT INFORMATION JUST A F E W C L I C K S A W A Y. ” 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 VERY OPEN AND COLLEGIAL STYLE OFRUNNING A TEAM. IDEASMOVE FREELY AMONGST THE GROUP AND ARE DISCUSSED OPENLY.
  15. 15. FACILITATING THE CONVERSATION,ENCOURAGING PEOPLE TOSHARE THEIR IDEAS , ANDTHEN SYNTHESIZING ALL THE AVAILABLE INFORMATION INTO THEBEST 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 P U N I S H M E F O R M YC O N T E M P T F O R AU T H O R I T Y, FA T E M A D E M E A N AU T H O R I T Y M Y S E L F. ” - ALBERT EINSTEIN
  23. 23. “NOTHING S TRENGTHENS AUTHORITY S O MUCH AS S ILENCE .” - LEONARDO DA VINCI
  24. 24. "ACCOUNTABILITYBREEDS RESPONSE - ABILITY." - Stephen R. Covey
  25. 25. “THANK YOU!” - GROUP 3

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