Each chapter in this book is designed to helpthese professionals identify, understand, and hone the skills ofemotional intelligence--skills that will bolster the nurseprofessional's ability to lead effectively.
Author: Mae Taylor Moss
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The Emotionally Intelligent Nurse Leader offers nursemanagers, health care leaders, and emerging leaders a useful guidefor identifying, using, and regulating their emotions (emotionalintelligence). As the author clearly demonstrates, harnessing thepower of emotional intelligence can transform the work environmentand the nursing profession as a whole. This important resourcecombines a strong theoretical base with illustrative case examplesand practical insights. Every day, nurse leaders must resolveconflict, form alliances, and coach others in a complicated healthcare environment. Each chapter in this book is designed to helpthese professionals identify, understand, and hone the skills ofemotional intelligence—skills that will bolster the nurseprofessional's ability to lead effectively. The EmotionallyIntelligent Nurse Leader explores how to invent an emotionallysensitive workplace culture, upend the hierarchy—makingleaders more responsive and line employees moreresponsible—and visualize and create an emotionallyintelligent workplace.
Author: Estelle Codier, PhD, MSN, RNPublish On: 2021-01-15
The first book on emotional intelligence (EI) written for nurses, this comprehensive resource delivers both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to improve patient outcomes.
Author: Estelle Codier, PhD, MSN, RN
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
The first book on emotional intelligence (EI) written for nurses, this comprehensive resource delivers both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to improve patient outcomes. Authored by one of the foremost experts in EI and nursing, the text discusses the foundations of EI and shows how EI skills can and should be applied to any practice setting in nursing. Using core concepts of EI and evidence-based research, this publication discusses the implications of EI on key nursing challenges such as burnout, patient safety, staff retention, conflict management, ethical decision-making, quality and safety, and wellness. Emotional Intelligence in Nursing addresses the application of EI skills in various arenas of clinical practice and in advanced practice nursing roles. Each chapter contains one or two case studies featuring a nurse or care team at a crossroads event. Sometimes the clinicians in the case studies use EI skills; sometimes they do not. The case study is then analyzed through the lens of the four basic EI abilities, highlighting key practical takeaways for the reader to absorb and incorporate into their own practice to provide better care for themselves, their care team, and their patients. Key Features: Demonstrates how the implementation of EI results in superior patient outcomes Provides a foundation in EI concepts and demonstrates its application in a variety of nursing practice settings Discusses implications of EI for teaching, burnout/thriving, staff retention, conflict management, and ethical considerations Presents real-life scenarios through case studies Address the needs of all nurses, from students to educators, from new nurses to nurse executives
Research and Professional Support for Emotionally Intelligent Nursing Leadership The American Organization of Nurse Executives ( AONE ) sets
research and education priorities that address critical issues facing the
profession.28 AONE ...
Author: Linda Roussel
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Designed for the management and development of professional nurses, this text provides management concepts and theories, giving professional administrators theoretical and practical knowledge, enabling them to maintain morale, motivation, and productivity. Organized around the four management functions of Planning, Organizing, Leadership, and Evaluation, it includes new chapters on total quality management, the theory of human resource development, and collective bargaining. Additionally, content has been added to include recommendations from the work of the Institute of Medicine and the Magnet Appraisal process.
Atwater and Yammarino ( 1992 ) found that self - awareness moderated
transformational leadership and performance in military ... Emotionally intelligent nursing leaders , whose leadership skills are honed in the demanding
environment of ...
Author: Ralf Schulze
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Hogrefe & Huber
The concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI) - the ability to perceive, express, understand, and regulate emotions - is still the subject of scientific debate despite its intuitive appeal and widespread popular interest in areas such as human resources, education, and organizational psychology. This book brings together leading experts from around the world to present their perspectives on the current status of EI. It covers theories of EI and assessment approaches in depth, as well as theoretical concepts and research findings on the antecedents and consequences of EI in occupational, educational, and clinical settings. The contributions provide an overview of the empirical evidence that supports (as well as contradicts) many common assumptions about EI and its relation to other forms of intelligence. The book thus reflects the diverse approaches to finding solutions for the still unresolved conceptual and empirical problems, and offers a critical appraisal of the current status of EI.
Several researchers have begun to evaluate this role of emotional intelligence
and leadership . Vitello - Cicciu ( 2001 ) looked at emotional intelligence ( from
an ability perspective ) and its relationship to leadership practices among nursing
Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, University of Phoenix, language: English, abstract: Twenty successful leaders in the United States participated ...
Author: Dr. Whitney Stevens
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
Category: Business & Economics
Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, University of Phoenix, language: English, abstract: Twenty successful leaders in the United States participated in the study to explore the extent to which emotional intelligence supports leadership potential and success. Competent managers with strong leadership skills are scarce (Cafolla, 2008). According to Goleman (2001), EQ might predict up to 90% of the variance in leadership effectiveness by uncovering strong positive effects of leadership commitment and effectiveness that support strong influences on leadership effectiveness. This modified Delphi study extended research on the emotional intelligence competencies to explore future possibilities of improving leadership success at mid- to high-level management tiers. The results of this study provide evidence to support emotional intelligence and leadership potential, validating the need for EQ as a leadership strategy. The Delphi study results recommended training to increase EQ in leaders and asserted that leaders with high levels of EQ are likely to improve overall organizational results, reduce turnover, reduce fraud and low performance, improve moral, and make organizations a better place to work.
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San Francisco , CA : Jossey - Bass ; c2005 . xviii , 328 p . ; 23 cm . Contents :
Understanding emotional intelligence - An age - old , new kind of nursing
Mitigating the impact of hospital restructuring on nurses : The responsibility of emotionally intelligent leadership . Nursing Research , 54 ( 1 ) , 2 - 12 . Denning ,
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Author: Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
Beyond Leading and Managing focuses on real life stories and anecdotes about the practice of nursing administration. It highlights key information such as advanced administrative theory, financial decisions, quality control, working with external groups and individuals, planning strategically, and creating new opportunities within the profession. Theory boxes, case studies, and current literature and research located both in the book and on the Evolve website help the reader grasp the key points, remember them and think about the practicality of the content in the real world of leading in healthcare organizations. A brief overview of the chapter helps focus readers and the content builds the base of important information about the topic. Literature boxes pull out and summarize key relevant theories in nursing administration. Contemplations (questions to ponder about the topic) are included to help readers think about the practicality of the content. Leadership Stories offer actual scenarios of practice from a professional view. Administration certification is included as key content in the text. Evolve website offers web links and current research/literature recommended by the authors. Beyond Leading and Managing is a NEW leadership and management text!
Specific prompts encourage readers to bring about vital change in practice. All nurses, health visitors and health and social care practitioners should find this book motivating and realistic.
Author: Claire Chambers
We are passionately interested in the importance of nursing values and believe that excellence in compassionate nursing care lies at the heart of nursing practice and that leadership is key to making this happen. Every nurse, whatever their position and role, has a vital leadership role to play in ensuring excellent care remains at the heart of nursing practice. From the preface Highly committed nurses often feel disillusioned, disempowered and angry when they are faced with negative media reports about poor standards of care. They are genuinely concerned, and want to address issues, when patients and clients feel they are not being cared for with compassion. However, complex and under-resourced healthcare environments pose many challenges. Developing ideas and initiatives from the highly successful Compassion and Caring in Nursing, in this new book Claire Chambers and Elaine Ryder focus on these potential difficulties and offers practitioners a chance to build on their current knowledge and experience, and consider ways to take the lead and act as catalysts for change. Each chapter focuses on a particular issue and case scenarios are used and revisited in each chapter, so that theory and practice are integrated throughout. Specific prompts encourage readers to bring about vital change in practice. All nurses, health visitors and health and social care practitioners should find this book motivating and realistic. It also offers thought-provoking inspiration for undergraduate and postgraduate healthcare students.
Nurses have countless interactions within the course of a workday . Each of these
interactions benefits from leading , managing , or following abilities within the five
domains that comprise an emotionally intelligent practitioner : • Having self ...
Author: Patricia S. Yoder-Wise
Publisher: Mosby Incorporated
Offering comprehensive coverage of effective nursing leadership and management, this third edition challenges nursing students to learn the structure, concepts, and relationships of their future trade with a wide array of interactive tools. It presents the foundations and strategies for effective nursing management and leadership from role development, to the use of information and technology, to political influences within the industry. Focusing on building the complete nurse beyond actual healthcare, this new edition features a full-color design and the addition and reorganization of key chapters. Each chapter opens with The Challenge - a contemporary nurse manager's real-world concerns related to the chapter content. The Solution closes each chapter by illustrating effective methods of handling the challenges of those situations set forth in the chapter. The full-color design attracts and maintains student interest. Exercises are scattered throughout every chapter to provide a quick lesson in thinking critically as well as an opportunity to apply the chapter content to current, real-world scenarios. Theory Boxes give a brief description of relevant theory and key concepts. Research and Literature Perspectives illustrate the relevance and applicability of current studies to practice. Objectives and Questions to Consider guide students toward considering their own viewpoints or experiences with topics and issues discussed in each chapter. The glossary defines all applicable chapter terminology. Key terms are bolded in the text. A built-in Workbook, with perforated pages, enables students and instructors to evaluate learning. A chapter on Developing the Role of Leader introduces key leadership theories and cites examples of how each can be used clinically and professionally. A chapter on Leading Through Professional Associations stresses the need to be involved in professional organizations, discusses their goals and various structural formats, and provides strategies for becoming involved with major national associations. A new chapter-ending section includes the Chapter Checklist, Tips, and Terms to Know to clearly set them apart from the chapter content.
Since the introduction of emotional intelligence (EI) in the 1990s, there has been growing interest from researchers to assess the influence of EI on the development of effective leaders in terms of organizational success.
Author: Kris Boivin
Category: Emotional intelligence
Since the introduction of emotional intelligence (EI) in the 1990s, there has been growing interest from researchers to assess the influence of EI on the development of effective leaders in terms of organizational success. There is limited research on how a nursing leader's EI influences his or her followers, and even less research that expands on the nursing leader's EI and how this affects the organizational commitment (OC) of the follower. This quantitative, correlational study examined the relationship between the nursing leaders' EI and the followers' OC. The study also examined the correlation between the nurse leaders' EI and the length of time (LOT) in healthcare, and the OC of the followers and their LOT in healthcare. The quantitative data for this study were collected by utilizing the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) self-report measure to ascertain the nursing leaders' EI. The followers' OC data were obtained by utilizing the Three-Component Model (TCM) Employee Commitment Survey. The MSCEIT surveys were distributed to 53 purposively sampled nurse leaders, and the TCM Employee Commitment Surveys were distributed to 728 of their followers at a level-one trauma center in the southwestern portion of the United States. One hundred and thirty surveys were returned (36 nurse managers and 94 followers), representing a 17% return rate. Using Spearman's rank correlation coefficient, findings noted that there was not a significant correlation between a nurse leader's EI and the follower's OC along with LOT in healthcare related to the nurse leader's EI and the follower's OC. With limited research on leader EI as it relates to follower OC in the healthcare environment further research would be recommended.
Ciarrochi J , Forgas JP , Mayer JD , editors : Emotional intelligence in everyday
life : A scientific inquiry , Philadelphia , 2001 , Psychology Press . Feldman DA :
The handbook of emotionally intelligent leadership : Inspiring others to achieve ...
Author: Ann Marriner-Tomey
Publisher: Mosby Incorporated
This well-respected text is designed to teach readers about leadership and the management process, as well as supplying practical information about nursing administration. Chapters in Part 1 lay the foundation for what it takes to lead in the clinical setting, such as communication, stress management, decision-making, power, and politics. In Part 2, management skills and issues are presented including financial management, culture and change, and development and evaluation of personnel. Throughout this edition, an emphasis on a global approach reflects the dynamic and evolving clinical environment. The logical chapter organization divides content between Leadership (Part 1) and Management (Part 2). Current, relevant research is referenced in discussions of management and leadership principles. Contributions have been drawn from business and the social sciences as they relate to nursing management. Enhanced content is provided on diversity, technology, nursing informatics, cost effectiveness, legal and ethical, and the reduction of errors through continuous quality improvement. New information on disasters and bioterrorism is now included in the organizational structure chapter. A new interior design makes information accessible and easy to follow. Important content highlights the differences between younger and older workers, with strategies for recruitment and retention.