Leadership is generally thought of as a one of the most important components to the success of a company. There was three main points |to distinguish} a leader: having people to lead, having certain skills to achieve} the company's objectives, focusing on} accomplishing goals. Nowadays, in a dynamic, high competitive market understanding leadership is very |crucial for} any heath care facility. A Company cannot be innovative and competitive without comprehending the importance of leadership. The pace and nature of change in today's dynamic health care system. Requires new different types of organizations, along with a} new style of, leadership - entrepreneurial (Tarabishy, Solomon & Fernald, 2002). The entrepreneurial leadership is one of an enterprising, transformational leader who operates in a dynamic market which offers lucrative opportunities. According to Sashkin (1995), the entrepreneurial leader has the following transformational leader dimensions: clarity, communication, consistency, caring, creating opportunities, self-confidence, power need and its use, and vision. Besides all of these, the entrepreneur part of entrepreneurial leadership is the ability to recognize opportunities within a dynamic market and “the capacity to} build, share, and leverage knowledge” that “will replace the ownership and/or control over assets as a primary way to obtain competitive advantage (Ireland and Hitt, 1999). I chose to interview Mrs. T. the administrator of a critical care nursing facility. Who undoubtedly, embodies the essence of an effective leader. She understands the way a} health facility works. First as being a nurse an educational leader and consultant. She started her nursing career in public health where she worked for seven years. She has spent 17 years in home health concentrating on geriatric care Along with being a nurse educator. Mrs. Thebaud continues to be the current administrator in this critical care facility in the past 8 years. She is known for her problem solving abilities. She is also an avid communicator. She is a visionary constantly strives to enhance healthcare outcomes, experiences and results. Her personal philosophy on leadership is first and for most one have to be true to one self and one most fundamental beliefs. She ascribes a philosophy of a lifelong learning. She exhibits high self- esteem as well as a high regard |to the needs of others. As a visionary, she is not threatened by competition. She is very active in her professional organization. She believes in building connection to nursing within this ever changing world. By connecting with people, she feels that she is better able to sustain nursing operation. She sees a leader as being a person who engages across numerous channels. Consistently develop a better outcome for everyone involves. A leader has the capacity to create partnership opportunities to support their visions. She thinks this is exactly what made her stand out in a crowded field. A leader must have a mindset of integrity. A leader needs to be capable of streamlining and do you’re very best to remove waste. All a while, improving efficiency causing, better employee’s performance and patient’s satisfaction. She believes in order to be a transformational leader in the healthcare industry one has to demonstrate courage, ingenuity and hard work. As a leader one has to be able to challenge assumption, see things differently. As a leader, he/she must have a message that simple enough to align your workforce to you as a leader.
Mrs. T. thinks that important qualities of leader first and for most is subjective. However, she believes that there are some common leadership traits that one can strive to achieve. A leader’s intelligence and his or her ability to comprehend the different tasks and able communicate the best way to achieve it as a team. A great leader must have foresight as well as the ability to take a step back and look at the big picture. Vision is among the most...
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