[Excerpt and supplemental materials for] Visionary leadership in healthcare: Excellence in practice, policy, and ethics
Holly Wei, PhD, RN, CPN, NEA-BC, is a Professor and Assistant Dean for the PhD program at the University of Louisville School of Nursing. Her research focuses on healthcare organizational culture, leadership development, clinician well-being, and patient care quality. Sara Horton-Deutsch, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, is a Caritas Coach, a Professor, and the Director of the Kaiser Permanente/USF Partnership at the University of San Francisco School of Nursing and Health Professions, where she mentors the next generation of nursing leaders through the lens of Caring Science and values-based leadership.
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This item record pertains to an excerpt from Visionary Leadership in Healthcare: Excellence in Practice, Policy, and Ethics, which is provided free of charge by the publisher.
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The pandemic years have laid bare the many faults and inequities in global healthcare systems. By exposing what is broken, COVID-19 has created a paradigm shift, spurring healthcare systems to evolve beyond an illness narrative toward one that focuses on health and healing. As nurses and healthcare professionals help lead this systemic change, they must re-envision their leadership styles.
Visionary Leadership in Healthcare equips and empowers leaders to envision, expand, and transform the current healthcare system to achieve a global, life-sustaining perspective. Drawing on decades of experience, authors Holly Wei and Sara Horton-Deutsch embrace an evolved worldview as they call to move away from hierarchical leadership to more engaged, open, equitable, inclusive, authentic, and caring leadership styles.
· This book provides an overview of leadership theories from ancient times to the present and a framework for applying emergent theories to develop adaptive, relational leaders. It also explores the factors necessary to create and sustain healthy workplace environments for patients and practitioners. Areas for innovation include:
o The evolution of leadership theories
o Disaster management
o Diversity, equity, and inclusion
o Organizational culture and collaboration
o Policy change
o Political and social determinants of health
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