Personal philosophy of leaderhip

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Student Name-Karmjeet KaurStudent Id- 134097195Course Name- Introduction to Leadership TheoryProfessor Name-Debbie CameronOctober 01, 2019Leadership in NursingLeadershipIn my perspective, Leadership is an art. Leadership can be defined in the eight definitions, which are:MotivationI think that only a leader can motivate the team better than any other person. Leader energizes the team to achieve the objectives.PerspectiveLeaders have a perspective which is shared with everyone. A common perspective inspires others and shares a common objective which leads the team to success.UnderstandingAccording to me, to understand others, one must put themselves in the other’s place, and leadership is also working on this principle, this will help the leader to understand the issues of the team and then solve issues.ServingLeadership is not about the commanding the team, but it is must in leadership to support the team whenever they need CITATION Kri12 l 1033 (Krishnan, 2012).CreativityIt is the primary duty of the leaders to make an atmosphere to create an environment which can encourage the team member for the team in which they can think beyond their ability of creativity. ManagingA leader leads from the front and leads the team from beginning to end. I think the leader should also know when their team is ready to take initiatives so the team can develop professionally and personally.Team buildingFor a team-building, the leader must have a positive attitude and faith in their colleagues. Leaders who are aware of their team are accountable if any wrong happens but must give a reward if the team perform well.ImprovementLeadership must seek regular improvement. The leader can improve and mature the skills in the team by the inspiration of their leadership CITATION Hao15 l 1033 (Hao & Yazdanifard, 2015).Formal and Informal LeadershipFormal LeadershipIn nursing, formal leadership is where an individual is formally chosen as the leader of a team. It is the job of the formal leader to manage the existing assets, practice the logistics and inspire the associates of the team to achieve their jobs to the top of their aptitudes CITATION Fer181 l 1033 (Fernandes, Araújo, & Pereira, 2018).Informal LeadershipAn informal leader is an individual who is not authoritatively selected as the leader of a team in nursing. Informal leaders are critical to the achievement of modification concerning the team of nursing, yet they are regularly ignored. In nursing, informal leaders are regular nurses with a great level of clinical capability who are acknowledged as specialists. This kind of leader impacts the team derives from the team and is selected by the team CITATION Law18 l 1033 (Lawson, Tecson, Shaver, Barnes, & Kavli, 2018).The DifferencesFormal leaders have power and particular privileges and rights that informal leaders do not have. The formal leader uses influence over the team and has the ability to restraint and discipline misbehaving associates. Their power also provides them the capability to offer prizes to the team. On the other hand, the informal leader does not officially take decisions against any team member, and cannot offer rewards to the team. Informal leaders have to depend on a shared vision, open communication, charisma, and guidance. Informal leaders have to lead by the behavior of individual, example, and behavior.Leadership PhilosophyInvestigations of the associations of nursing professional have influenced my philosophy on leadership. Leadership needs honesty. I will give my hundred percent to confirm considerate, excellence, and safe care of patients in an effectual and economically liable way. I will attain this while outstanding responsible for the satisfaction of employee and balance in work life. I will organize this by the valuation of procedure and consequences, communication and feedback of employee. I will listen and absorb, while emerging new leaders by the participation of workers at every stage, and concerned for and regarding every person. I will follow introducing a philosophy where workforces care for their colleagues, their patients, and themselves.Personal Leadership StatementLeaders have an accountability to the community and staff to raise an atmosphere that is apparent in all phases. As a leader, I will attempt to form the faith among staff and leadership, along with among memberships of the team, which is vital to carry secure, great excellence of care. I will embrace myself answerable for the relationships and culture staff form and preserve. I will walk in my decisions, interactions, and undertakings. I will embrace others responsible for making and upholding a philosophy of integrity, transparency, responsibility, honesty, and faith CITATION Lar16 l 1033 (Larsson & Sahlsten, 2016).References BIBLIOGRAPHY Fernandes, R., Araújo, B., & Pereira, F. (2018). Nursing management and leadership approaches from the perspective of registered nurses in Portugal. Journal of Hospital Administration, 7(3), 1-8.Hao, M. J., & Yazdanifard, R. (2015). How Effective Leadership can Facilitate Change in Organizations through Improvement and Innovation. Global Journal of Management and Business Research: A Administration and Management, 15(9), 1-6.Krishnan, V. R. (2012). Transformational leadership and personal outcomes: empowerment as mediator. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 33(6), 550-563. doi:10.1108/01437731211253019Larsson, I. E., & Sahlsten, M. J. (2016). The Staff Nurse Clinical Leader at the Bedside: Swedish Registered Nurses’ Perceptions. Nursing Research and Practice, 1-8. doi:10.1155/2016/1797014Lawson, T. D., Tecson, K. M., Shaver, C. N., Barnes, S. A., & Kavli, S. (2018). The impact of informal leader nurses on patient satisfaction. Journal of Nursing Management, 27, 103-108. doi:10.1111/jonm.12653