Nursing in Leadership Role Name InstitutionNurse in Leadership Role Nurse leader behavior and style impacts the workplace environment by improving patient outcomes, job satisfaction, organizational performance, retention and the culture of the environment. Nurse leaders with effective communication techniques are able to enhance the morale and performance of nurse staff to sustain a healthy work environment. According to Sherman and Pross (2010), effective nurse leaders are able to improve the safety and quality of care of patients while improving job satisfaction and retention. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the qualities of a leader that I admire, the effective communication techniques exhibited by the leader, provide an example...The end:
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