One of the most important traits of empowered leaders is that they are facilitators of change. They feel capable of identifying areas that need improvement and working to bring about transformation. Most health care organizations have compliance programs in place to deal with government-mandated change. Many also have some sort of process improvement plan that functions at the executive level, with goals of reducing costs, enhancing efficiency, and improving patient care.
But how much input comes directly from nursing leaders at all levels? Leaders with high EI and who have a clear vision of the future can develop a strategy around that vision to bring about change.
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