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How many leaders does it take to lead a sports team? The relationship between the number of leaders and the effectiveness of professional sports teams.

This study aimed to analyze the number of task, social and external athlete leaders within sports teams, and to examine the effectiveness of different leadership structures in male and female teams. The participants were 317 male and 214 female soccer players belonging to 18 teams playing in the third highest male division and to 13 teams playing in the highest female division in Spain, respectively. First, we identified the leadership structure in each team (i.e., having zero, one, two or three leaders); s...

A Case Study: A Team Approach to Professional Development and Accountability.

Excellent front-line care givers are often promoted to supervisory positions due to their abilities, knowledge, and excellent communication and critical thinking skills. However, they often lack knowledge in the 5 essential leadership domains. These newly appointed supervisors and managers are eager to learn these new competencies, but often their organization is not able to provide them. Management and leadership skills are often learned on the job. Professional development is left up to the individual. As...

The importance of nontechnical skills in leading cardiopulmonary resuscitation teams.

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is one of the important clinical competencies for medical trainees. Since the introduction of the first guidelines for CPR in 1966, further research has resulted in more recent updates. The latest in the UK was published in 2015 by the resuscitation council. The multidisciplinary nature of the resuscitation team requires a designated leader, capable of directing the team's effort and making decisions. There is evidence that leadership makes a difference in the performance...

A Pulse Check on Leadership and Teamwork: An Evaluation of the First 5 Minutes of Emergency Department Resuscitation During Pediatric Cardiopulmonary Arrests.

Effective leadership and teamwork are imperative during pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitations (CPR). The initial phase of pediatric CPR, termed the "first 5 minutes," has significant care delivery gaps in both leadership and team performance. The aim of the study was to describe the performance data of emergency department (ED) teams who performed CPR in a pediatric ED.

Effect of Professional Background and Gender on Residents' Perceptions of Leadership.

To examine the impact of professional background and gender of a resuscitation team leader on residents' perceptions of leadership skills.

Impact of a Leadership Development Program for Students in a Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.

Physical therapists are needed in leadership roles to enhance participation in primary care delivery models. This study's purpose was to investigate the impact of a leadership development course in a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) curriculum on student physical therapist leadership practices. It was anticipated that students who completed a structured leadership development course would have a greater increase of leadership practices as measured by the Leadership Practices Inventory-Self (LPI-Self).

Advancing Lateral Leadership in Health Care.

Lateral leadership is a growing and recognized form of nonhierarchical leadership used in complexity science and systems thinking organizations. The definition and operational necessity for lateral leadership are discussed, and benefits and potential drawbacks in health care settings are presented. Lateral leadership is a strategy of growing necessity in an environment of innovation and change management. [J Contin Educ Nurs. 2019;50(9):389-391.].

Reflections on a Decade of Authentic Leadership Research in Healthcare.

My recent retirement from academia and an invitation to write this editorial have afforded me the opportunity to reflect on my work in researching authentic leadership theory in nursing and healthcare. When I was completing my PhD more than a decade ago, I searched for a leadership perspective that aligned with my learnings in a variety of previous practice and leadership roles. Basically, my leadership experiences contributed to a belief that authenticity is key: being oneself is extremely important to per...

'Is It Innate or Learned?' and Other Important Points on Leadership.

Developing Authentic Leadership Voice: Novice Faculty Experience.

The aim of this study was to determine the perceptions of 14 novice nurse faculty of a 20-month experiential leadership academy on the leadership development.

The Team, the Team, the Team: What Critical Care Research Can Learn From Football Teams.

The Team, the Team, the Team: What Critical Care Research Can Learn from Football Teams.

Developing System-Level Awareness Through Virtual Clinical Learning.

Lack of clinical sites and disparate experiences contribute to the challenge for RN-to-BS nursing programs to provide sufficient leadership and quality improvement opportunities. A virtual clinical learning experience using WordPress was developed as a faculty-graduate student think tank project and implemented in an RN-BS hybrid nursing leadership course. The unfolding case study created an interactive experience to portray use of systems thinking and transformational leadership. Mann-Whitney U analysis id...

A Gender Comparison of Motivations for Seeking Leadership Positions Among Gastroenterologists.

A gender gap exists in leadership positions in gastroenterology. However, individual motivations for seeking leadership positions within the gastroenterology community among men and women have not been explored. The primary aim of this study was to determine whether motivations for pursuing and attaining leadership positions in gastroenterology differ by gender.

A Dual Model of Leadership and Hierarchy: Evolutionary Synthesis.

From the popularity of authoritarian political leaders to the under-representation of women in boardrooms, leadership is an important theme in current human social affairs. Leadership is also a prominent research topic in the biological, social, and cognitive sciences. However, these active literatures have evolved somewhat independently and there is a need for synthesis. A comparative-evolutionary approach can integrate seemingly divergent perspectives by making a distinction between two leadership styles...

The impact of debriefing modalities on nurse practitioner students' knowledge and leadership skills in managing fatal dysrhythmias: A pilot study.

Acute care nurse practitioners (ACNPs) require special training and educational preparation to meet their role expectations. Using high fidelity simulation with debriefing modalities is considered one of the innovative learning strategies in graduate nursing. No studies have investigated debriefing modalities in nurse practitioner programs specially ACNPs leadership skills. The purpose of this study was to examine the difference in students' knowledge, code team leader skills and self-efficacy using two deb...

: HTM Team Demonstrates Value by Tracking 'Soft Savings'.

Practicing Leadership Skills through Peer Mentoring and Teaching: the Lived Experience of BSN Students.

Although leadership theory is introduced in baccalaureate nursing curriculum, opportunities to practice and develop leadership skills are limited for undergraduate nursing students. This study explores the experience of advanced nursing students who provided mentoring and tutoring to beginning nursing students. The experiences they describe are interpreted in light of literature on leadership education in undergraduate nursing schools, as well as that of peer mentoring and peer teaching. These advanced stud...

Trial by Fire: HTM Team Demonstrates Valor in the Face of Uncertain Odds.

Leading Change and Negotiation Strategies for Division Leaders in Clinical Medicine.

Most physician leaders assume their administrative role based on past achievements but with very little leadership training. In this article, leaders of the Association of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Division Directors describe two leadership skills that are often required to effectively lead in a clinical division at an academic or community hospital setting: leading change and negotiation strategy. We adopted our discussion from the business sector and refined the approaches through our own experie...

Invisible work and changing roles: Health information technology implementation and reorganization of work practices for the inpatient nursing team.

Hospitals have invested heavily in health information technology (HIT) which has been promoted as an integral component of quality, safe, and efficient health-care delivery. Research on the expanding use of such technology, however, has shown that user/technology interactions are shaped through practices of use that can yield far from normative, even unexpected outcomes. Drawing upon focus group and interview data from an inpatient, two-hospital health system in the United States, this paper considers the p...

Leadership Pathways in Academic Family Medicine: Focus on Underrepresented Minorities and Women.

Leadership positions in academic medicine lack racial and gender diversity. In 2016, the Council of Academic Family Medicine (CAFM) established a Leadership Development Task Force to specifically address the lack of diversity among leadership in academic family medicine, particularly for underrepresented minorities and women.

Nurse Practitioners' perceptions of their ability to enact leadership in hospital care.

To gain insight into nurse practitioners' (NP) leadership roles in Dutch hospital care, by exploring the perceptions regarding their current leadership role and the differences with their previous role as a registered specialized nurse.

A Method to the Madness: Using Technology to Enhance Team-Based Care Coordination.

A Data-Driven Approach to Team Training for Nurses in a Level II Trauma Center.

This prospective investigation describes the process of designing a targeted, data-driven team training aimed at reducing identified process inefficiencies or flow disruptions (FDs) that threaten the optimal delivery of trauma care. Trained researchers observed and classified FDs during 34 trauma cases in a Level II trauma center. Multidisciplinary trauma personnel generated interventions to identified issues using the human factors intervention matrix (HFIX). This article focuses on one intervention: a for...

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