Leadership is the ability to motivate and instill a passion to become the very best. Leadership is more complicated than just ordering people from place to place like cattle. Leadership is about turning the followers of today into the leaders of tomorrow. I was inspired by my mother to become a leader. She has been so influential in my life I would not be who I am today without her guidance. Leadership helps mold and motivate people to always put their best foot forward.
As a leader, I value no stealing and honesty. First, I believe that honest people are more respected than people that often lie. In addition, I think that thieves are unnecessary, because the same way that the person they are stealing from got theirs’ they can do the same. I believe that people that lie and steal have had poor leaders influencing their lives. All leaders have strengths and weakness albeit good or bad. Furthermore, once a leader has realized what their strengths and weaknesses are they should then work to refine them. For example, my strengths are: Self-motivation, Faith, Problem Solving, Communication, Curiosity, and my weakness is Purpose. Since I know what my strengths and weaknesses are, I can now improve them. I believe that leaders cannot truly help others until they know their own strengths and weaknesses.
The job description for a Registered Nurse is very large as they can do a wide range of tasks, but a general of what an average RN does goes as followed: caring for patients, assist physicians in providing treatment, may administer medication, monitor patient recovery and progress. RNs with advanced degrees may also be tasked with performing patient diagnosis and case management. The education for becoming a RN is different depending upon which path is chosen. It is possible to receive a license as RN without going through a four-year program, RN hopefuls can receive an associate degree in nursing. Once they have attained their ADN they can then go through an accelerated BSN program. Many nurses choose this path because on average it takes less time.
The type of leadership I believe is required for my field of work as an RN is someone with a “cool” head who does not become flustered when an emergency arises. Nurses also need to be able to assure people and guide them through their difficult time while their loved ones are injured or sick. The challenges that an RN faces are huge, a RN has to be able to “switch gears” in an instant. For instance, a RN may have to go from taking vital signs of an elderly person to assisting with a gunshot victim. There is also a lot of stress on RNs to make sure that the correct medications were given to the correct patient or resident. Many RNs grow to love and cherish their patients. So when one passes away they feel as though they lost a member of their family.
The way I would handle being an RN is to try my best to separate my home life from my professional work life. Although not being attached to patients...