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What Is the Difference Between Leadership and Management?

What Is the Difference Between Leadership and Management?
Assignment: Leadership Health Care Practicum

For clarification purposes, please submit each assignment with according to their unit numbers

Unit 1

Should all nurses be considered leaders? What characteristics of nurses make them leaders? How do your responses compare or contrast with the view of power according to servant leadership? Support your response with evidence from the textbook or Topic Materials.

RESOURCES

Electronic Resource

1. Guidelines for Graduate Field Experience Manual

Please refer to the Guidelines for Graduate Field Experience Manual. Students need to log hours in Typhon as a time log. The preceptor must approve time log entry by clicking on green box to lock entry. For questions, please contact typhon@gcu.edu or the Office of Field Experience.

http://students.gcu.edu/academics/college-of-nursing-and-health-care-professions.php

2. Issue of Power

View the “Issue of Power” video.

http://lc.gcumedia.com/zwebassets/courseMaterialPages/nur670_vpv01GUI.php

3. What Is the Difference Between Leadership and Management?

Read “What Is the Difference Between Leadership and Management?” by Murray, from The Wall Street Journal (2014).

http://guides.wsj.com/management/developing-a-leadership-style/what-is-the-difference-between-management-and-leadership/

e-Library Resource

1. The Role of Values in Servant Leadership

Read “The Role of Values in Servant Leadership,” by Russell, from Leadership and Organization Development Journal (2001).

https://lopes.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/226915965?accountid=7374

Other

1. Nurse Leadership Practicum Clinical Log

The “Nurse Leadership Practicum Clinical Log” is a pass/fail assignment due at the end of the course, but the instructor may ask at any time to review the document.

Students must update the “Nurse Leadership Practicum Clinical Log” each week.

NUR-670-RS-NurseLeadershipPracticumClinicalLog.docx

Unit 2

In the secular approach to leadership, there is an inherent belief that hard work will get you to the top and guarantee success. Think of a time in your professional life when this has proven to be true. What were the circumstances? How much influence did you have on the outcome? Based on the textbook, how do your responses compare to the views of servant leadership? How do your responses compare to the secular view of leadership?

Unit 3

You are in a place of influence in your professional life where you can help people be successful. Describe the relationship and what actions you have taken or could take to serve others. Based on the textbook, how does your response compare to the views of authority according to servant leadership? How does your response compare to the secular view of authority?

Unit 4

What is your given “authority” at your work place and/or professional life? Describe a time when you have exercised this authority in your journey as a professional nurse? How does your response compare to the secular view of power? How does your response compare to the secular view of authority? How does your response compare to the view of power according to servant leadership? How does your response compare to the view of authority according to servant leadership?

Unit 5

Describe a time in your professional life when you felt used and manipulated. What were the circumstances? Did you feel valued by the leader? Based on the textbook, explain how the issue of purpose, in the servant-leader paradigm, could have yielded a more beneficial outcome for the leader and yourself.

Assignment: Leadership Health Care Practicum

Assignment: Leadership Health Care Practicum

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