Nurses taking the lead personal qualities of effective leadership author fay louise bower editor fay louise bower edition illustrated publisher wb saunders company 2000 original from. All nurses can act as leaders and providing effective leadership requires them to develop specific personal qualities and behaviours this article explores four leadership intelligences spiritual emotional business or practice and political and discusses how understanding these can assist nurses to enhance their leadership skills it also considers the evidence base for the use of these intelligences and how they can be adopted by individual nurses and healthcare . Integrity for ones self and among charges is a primary objective for nurse leaders 1 personal integrity aids nurse practitioners in making the right choices during critical junctures in patients treatment plans additionally effective leaders adapt to use and teach ethically viable practices that enable fledgling nurse leaders to make safe and effective care decisions intrinsically. Effective nurse leadership also includes devotion to developing a service oriented culture that all of the employees embody nurse leaders can achieve this through planned actions such as training nurses and other front line staffers on how to use scripts to guide interactions with the public implementing such systems helps create a positive environment that is friendly welcoming and comfortable for patients and their family members even in stressful or frustrating times
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