Clc – leadership styles and nursing
Title: Servant leadership in nursing practice
The Introduction: Slide 1.
- Definition of servant leadership
- Personal leadership qualities are important to understand
The importance of leadership for nurses and healthcare
- Nursing servant leaders: Two successful examples
- They navigated through unique challenges faced by healthcare professionals
The Slide 3: Interprofessional Communication
- Effective communication is essential for nursing leaders
- Communication strategies for improvement
The References slide
- The list of sources cited in the presentation
- Introduction to the topic of nursing leadership
- Serve as an example of servant leadership by defining it as a type of leadership which prioritizes others’ needs, empowers individual and promotes collaboration.
- How to become a servant leader by understanding your personal leadership qualities
- Two examples of nursing leaders that are successful (e.g., Florence Nightingale, Mary Eliza Mahoney or contemporary nurses): Florence Nightingale Mary Eliza Mahoney or other contemporary nurses leaders are examples of servant leaders.
- Discussion of how servant leadership was used to overcome unique healthcare challenges (e.g. healthcare disparities, patient safety, burnout)
- Discussion of the importance effective communication between nursing leaders and interprofessional teams
- Offer strategies to improve communication, such as active listeners, clarity and empathy
- Please provide a list with the sources that were used for your presentation.
- References should be formatted according to APA guidelines