Place the person you are caring for at the heart of every nursing intervention
A member of Nursing Management's editorial advisory board believes that true leadership comes from how we advocate for nursing, act in practice and encounter others with kindness
Some of the greatest examples of nursing leadership occur in clinical practice every day
Taking on a role of leadership in nursing has been one of the most rewarding and, at times, one of the greatest challenges of my professional career. But while great responsibility comes with a leadership title, true leadership comes from how we advocate for nursing, act in practice and encounter others with kindness.
Each one of us becomes and grows as a leader in nursing when we recognise that we have an opportunity to learn from those we support and to make a difference to those in need.
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