Transformational Leadership: No Longer Novel, but Critical for Future Success
Ashley Singh, DNP, RN, EBP-C, Chatham University, Assistant Professor, Mars, Pennsylvania, USA
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Singh, Ashley M.; Nash, Janice G.; Abel, Sarah E.; Prior, MicheleThe educational workshop will highlight the four attributes of transformational leadership; individualized consideration, idealized influence, inspirational motivation and intellectual stimulation while incorporating Kouzes ...
A chapter level association development and professional transformation model for leadership successes Spencer, Sharon L.; Bianchi, Ann L. (2016-09-26)Session presented on Monday, September 19, 2016: Nurses in Professional Nursing Associations (PNA) are representing the profession in education, practice and administrative positions that speak for the discipline's role ...
Singh, Ashley M.; Spadaro, KathleenThe call for nursing faculty leadership development has been reignited by the National Academy of Medicine and the National League for Nursing. Faculty must take the first step to meet this call by self-reflecting on their ...
Professional coaching: A successful strategy for supporting and developing nurse managers for the future Bradley, Jennifer M.; Moore, Linda Weaver (2017-09-28)The purpose of this presentation is to discuss findings from a qualitative investigation that explored the perceptions of professional coaches regarding mid-level nurse managers and the manager role. Coaches' support and ...
Singh, Ashley (Sigma Theta Tau International, 2021-10-26)Psychological Capital (PsyCap) is a set of internal resources consisting of hope, efficacy, resiliency, and optimism-or HERO—that help navigate personal and professional obstacles to achieve success and foster ...