Leadership Strategies for Nurse Managers
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In this paper, the challenges facing nursing managers are outlined and possible solutions are presented. The author believes that nursing managers must adopt a more participative or transformational leadership style. These leadership strategies are defined and analyzed. The role of organizational culture is discussed in terms of a health care delivery system being similar to a business. The author concludes by endorsing the adoption of a more collaborative or transformational approach to leadership that encourages collaboration among members of the healthcare team and the community at large.
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