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Management of Power
Being in power as a leader means that one can influence those who emulate them. As
a nurse executive, to be in power means to control other junior nursing staff. This is done
through inquiry and eventually persuading them to support the leader’s efforts. The only way
a nurse executive can achieve this is by ensuring that they can influence co-workers. Without
influence, it is not easy to achieve the long-term desired goal (Manning, 2016). It is proper to
identify different leadership styles which nurse executives can employ to manage power
effectively. This paper seeks to evaluate different organizational structures and how they
affect the health care system and management of governance as a leader. Eventually, this
paper aims at helping a researcher to evaluate how the control of power essential in ensuring
that effective service delivery is guaranteed.
Leadership Styles
Nurse leaders are always entrusted with the power to ensure that all activities are done
according to the required standards. At the same time, the leadership power should be used
wisely. For leaders to be effective, their actions and performances should articulate with the
standards they set (Firth & Carroll, 2016). The behaviors that a trailblazer displays will send
a strong message to those they lead, and if it washes their trust trust in the governance, they
will not discuss paramount issues regarding the leadership. Respect to management entails
having strong values, such as inspiring, motivating, and positively influencing the employees.
The type of leadership style that a nurse executive can use is transformational
governance. The transformational leadership model is the type in which nurse employees are
unaware of their tasks. Instead, the leader gives them a chance to think independently on how
they can achieve a desirable goal effectively (Manning, 2016). Another type of leadership is

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1 Management of Power Name: Institution: Instructor: Course: Date: 2 Management of Power Being in power as a leader means that one can influence those who emulate them. As a nurse executive, to be in power means to control other junior nursing staff. This is done through inquiry and eventually persuading them to support the leader’s efforts. The only way a nurse executive can achieve this is by ensuring that they can influence co-workers. Without influence, it is not easy to achieve the long-term desired goal (Manning, 2016). It is proper to identify different leadership styles which nurse executives can employ to manage power effectively. This paper seeks to evaluate different organizational structures and how they affect the health care system and management of governance as a leader. Eventually, this paper aims at helping a researcher to evaluate how the control of power essential in ensuring that effective service delivery is guaranteed. Leadership Styles Nurse leaders are always entrusted with the power to ensure that all activities are done according to the required standards. At the same time, the leadership power should be used wisely. For leaders to be effective, their actions and performances should articulate with the standards they set (Firth & Carroll, 2016). The behaviors that a trailblazer displays will send a strong message to those they lead, and if it washes their trust trust in the governance, they will not discuss paramount issues regarding the leade ...
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