Nursing Leadership and Management
Click on the subdomain titles to examine the range of skills and concepts a student can expect to demonstrate for assessment of this Domain:
- The graduate improves outcomes by using quality control processes.
- The graduate identifies potential risks and proactively implements risk management programs to create a safe working and care environment.
- The graduate develops, maintains and evaluates data collection systems and processes to support nursing practice and the delivery of care.
- The graduate chooses information technology to manage information.
- The graduate applies performance appraisal processes to evaluate, motivate, reward and determine developmental needs of staff.
- The graduate applies positive disciplinary actions to support nurses' professional growth and to meet organizational goals.
- The graduate assists employees with special needs to become effective and productive members of the nursing workforce.
- The graduate chooses a variety of methods to communicate effectively with diverse individuals and groups in an organization.
- The graduate applies legal, professional,and safety principles for effective delegation.
- The graduate chooses conflict management strategies to resolve issues in nursing practice settings.
- The graduate examines collective bargaining, unionization, and legislative regulations related to workers' rights.
Leadership Functions and Management
- The graduate integrates leadership and management roles and functions to meet current and anticipated demands.
- The graduate uses problem solving processes to make decisions related to providing nursing care.
- The graduate assesses the impact of health care organizational environment and structure on nursing practice.
- The graduate applies principles of power to function as a nurse manager/leader in a variety of settings.
- The graduate applies knowledge of patient care delivery systems to ensure that quality and cost effective services are provided.
- The graduate develops and applies strategic plans for an organization.
- The graduate applies change theories to plan, implement and evaluate change in the work setting.
- The graduate applies business skill and principles to manage fiscal resources.
- The graduate applies appropriate workforce management strategies to the recruiting, hiring and retaining of new nurses.
- The graduate plans a variety of activities to develop and manage human resources.
- The graduate develops plans for staffing and scheduling needs, using established policies and procedures.
- The graduate applies organizational culture management in nursing practice settings.