The ever-changing healthcare landscape demands leaders who can help navigate through the turbulence. At a time when the demand for leaders in healthcare continues to grow, many wonder whether there is a pending leadership shortage. This perception is fostered by the confusion about how leaders are defined. For many the definition of a leader is synonymous with a job title or role, such as a Manager or Director. Leadership, however, is not a job description; rather, it is influencing others to contribute to a positive outcome. All clinicians, particularly advanced practice nurses, must take the responsibility of finding solutions to the current challenges in healthcare and work through others to achieve a better outcome. In this article leadership is defined by skill sets, not job title, and offers specific strategies to enhance advanced practice nurses’ leadership skills.
Managing Clinical and Economic Outcomes| August 01 2000
Leadership: A Skill, Not a Role
AACN Adv Crit Care (2000) 11 (3): 463–469.
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Debra A. Byram; Leadership: A Skill, Not a Role. AACN Adv Crit Care 1 August 2000; 11 (3): 463–469. doi: https://doi.org/
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