The advantages that Julie may face after her promotion will be decided by how much she lets it change her. One good thing going for her is that she has been with the company for quite some time, and has got to see what it’s like to be an average employee for the company. According to Susan Valentine from the University of North Carolina in order for Julie to be a great leader it is best to follow these three simple theories: “While there are several theories of nursing leadership, it’s important to review those most applicable to the new nurse. The three theories that can be best practiced as a new nurse are quantum leadership, transformational leadership and the dynamic leader-follower relationship model. These three theories are appealing specifically for their embrace of leadership at all levels.” (Valentine, S., 2002). Advantages
As stated above Julie has been a nurse for eight years at this company, and her friend Jane Davidson has stated that “well maybe now we can get some action on a few age-old problems.” (Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2008). If Julie wants to keep her friends and also be a good leader, then she will have to try to fix the problems that her, and the employee’s have previously complained about when she was working side by side with them. Making sure that her employee’s don’t think that she has forgotten about being a regular nurse and letting the promotion go to her head will be very important in making sure that she is a good leader for them and herself.
Julie will also need to make sure that she takes the authority role. Another advantage will be that she knows her employees very well from working with them for a long period of time. This will be an advantage and a disadvantage for her as a new nurse supervisor. Taking the authority role will be something new for Julie, but will also be something new for her friends that have never seen that role being played by her before. This might cause them to become upset at first, but if...
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