Leadership Styles for a Nursing Leader Name of Student Name of Institution Leadership Styles for a Nursing Leader Introduction Leadership style can be described as a leaders' method of implementing plans making decisions motivating employees and providing the desired direction. Leadership is all about control and can be to different determined levels of confidence resilience physical fitness and decision making skills among others. The intellectual capacity of a leader makes them develop useful abilities to conceptualize solutions that are vital for performing a certain job. For example a healthcare setting is dynamic and requires a leader with the best styles owing to the complex and emergency cases of this type of environment. A good leader has the abilities that help him in developing his style of leadership essential for judgment ability innovation knowledge development and interpersonal tactics (Howell 2012). A good leader is best known during the time of should be developed which will bring a smooth running facility with quality services. For instance steward leadership style can be important in this type of environment with high demand for quality emergency services. References Martindale N (2011). the Leadership Styles Ways to handle different persons." The Strategic Communication Management vol. 15 (8): pp. 32–35 George J. M. (2006). "Leader Positive Mood and Group Performance: The Case of Customer Service." Journal of Applied Social Psychology vol. 25(9): pp. 778–794 Howell Jon P. (2012). Snapshots of a Great Leadership. London GBR: Taylor and Francis. p. 17 Lussier R. (2010). Leadership Theory Application & Skill Development Mason Ohio: South-Western Cengage Learning Mumford Harding Fleishman (2000). "Leadership skills for the changing world in solving complex social problems." The Leadership Quarterly Vol. 11: pp. 11–35 Kuhn T.; Poole (2000) "Do conflict management styles affect group decision making?". Human Communication Research vol 26: pp. 558–59 [...]
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