Relational leadership and organizational citizenship behavior: do employee well-being and employee voice matter?Abraham Ansong, Rhodaline Abena Addison, Moses Ahomka Yeboah, Linda Obeng Ansong
This study aims to investigate the mediation effects of employee voice and employee well-being on the relationship between relational leadership and organizational citizenship…
Exploring the motivation of surgeons to lead juniors and the impact of their leadership on junior doctors motivation and leadership preferenceRamy Elzahhar, Jill Aylott, Buddhike Sri Harsha Indrasena, Remig Wrazen, Ahmed Othman
The purpose of this paper is to conceptualise a research study to examine leadership as a relational concept between leaders and followers. The context is within surgical practice…
An explorative and confirmative factor analysis of the Leadership and Management Inventory-II among staff working in elderly careBernice Skytt, Hans Högberg, Maria Engström
The Purpose of the study was to investigate the construct validity and internal consistency of the LaMI among staff in the context of elderly care in Sweden.
This paper aims to introduce the Theory of Ethical Leadership as a possible means of actualizing the mission and vision statements of the American Physical Therapy Association as…
I became a leader by coincidence: specialised nurses as leaders in the field of mental health and substance abuseElse Marie Lysfjord, Siv Skarstein
This study aims to examine nurses’ motivation for leadership and explore important challenges nurses face in leadership positions.
The impact of empowering and transformational leadership on innovative behaviour: the mediating role of psychological empowerment in health-care sectorAbbas Ali Mohammed, Hadi Al-Abrrow
The purpose of this study was to test a four-variable research model using organizational behavior, social and technical systems, and leadership theories. This study set out to…
Health-care leaders’ and professionals’ experiences and perceptions of compassionate leadership: A mixed-methods systematic reviewKevin Östergård, Suvi Kuha, Outi Kanste
The purpose of this study is to identify and synthesise the best evidence on health-care leaders’ and professionals’ experiences and perceptions of compassionate leadership.
Practice development amidst a pandemic: a pilot programme to develop leadership in infection prevention and control professionalsSusan Jain, Kathy Dempsey, Stephanie Wilcox, Patricia Bradd, Joanne Travaglia, Deborah Debono, Linda Justin, Su-yin Hor
This paper aims to describe the design and evaluation of a pilot leadership development programme for infection prevention and control (IPAC) professionals during the COVID-19…
Toxic leadership and its relationship with outcomes on the nursing workforce and patient safety: a systematic reviewLeodoro J. Labrague
This study aims to appraise and synthesize evidence examining the effects of toxic leadership on the nursing workforce and patient safety outcomes.
Leadership to promote patient safety culture in public hospitals managed by social health organizationsSérgio Antônio Pulzi Júnior, Claudia Affonso Silva Araujo, Mônica Ferreira da Silva
This paper aims to identify the kind of internal climate leaders should offer health-care professionals to promote a patient safety culture in public hospitals managed by social…
Nurse leaders’ perceptions of future leadership in hospital settings in the post-pandemic era: a qualitative descriptive studyEeva Vuorivirta-Vuoti, Suvi Kuha, Outi Kanste
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has challenged leadership in hospitals worldwide. The experiences of leadership during the pandemic changed leadership significantly. This study…
Factors associated with millennial nurses’ intention to pursue formal leadership roles: a cross-sectional studyLeodoro J. Labrague, Sulaiman Al Sabei, Omar Al Rawajfah, Ikram Ali Burney, Raeda Abu AlRub
This study aims to examine the level of intention to pursue formal nursing leadership roles among millennial nurses and to identify the different factors that may play a role in…
Nurses are one the essential health-care providers within society, seeking the employment of authentic leadership approaches to reduce the burnout and stressors established within…
Examining the mediating effect of job satisfaction on the relationship between leader-member exchange and safety behavior among Algerian healthcare workersAida Bennouna, Assia Boughaba, Mohamed Mouda, Salim Djabou
This study aims to examine the long-term impact of leader–member exchange (LMX) on employee safety behavior. It proposes a conceptual model that includes the mediating role of job…
The purpose of this paper is to provide a systematic review of the current state of physician leadership. Theory of expert leadership (TEL) was applied to explore the effects of…
The impact of an educational intervention on physician leadership competencies among rural and remote primary care doctors in Aceh, IndonesiaFury Maulina, Mubasysyir Hasanbasri, Jamiu O. Busari, Fedde Scheele
This study aims to examine how an educational intervention, using the lens of the LEADS framework, can influence the development of primary care doctors’ leadership skills in…
Stairway to heaven or a placebo: the impact of lean leadership, through job demands, on hospital workers’ engagement and performanceRobert van Kleeff, Jasmijn van Harten, Eva Knies
This study aims to examine to what extent the relationships between hospital workers’ perceptions of lean leadership behaviour, their engagement and the hospital unit’s perceived…
Challenges and barriers to implementing the WHO Trauma Care Checklist in an emergency department in Nepal: the need for Transformational LeadershipManas Pokhrel, Dayaram Lamsal, Buddhike Sri Harsha Indrasena, Jill Aylott, Remig Wrazen
The purpose of this paper is to report on the implementation of the World Health Organization (WHO) trauma care checklist (TCC) (WHO, 2016) in an emergency department in a…
Effects of personality traits and leadership orientations of Turkish nursing students on their career adaptability: a cross-sectional studyMerve Mert-Karadas, Fusun Terzioglu, Gulten Koc
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of nursing students' personality traits and leadership orientations on their career adaptability.
Evaluation of the impact of leadership development on nurses and midwives underpinned by transformational learning theory: a corpus-informed analysisCarmel Bond, Gemma Stacey, Greta Westwood, Louisa Long
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the impact of leadership development programmes, underpinned by Transformational Learning Theory (TLT).
This study aims to analyze the structure of publications on transformational leadership in nursing and determine its evolution process through a bibliometric analysis.
Implementing the HEART score in an NHS emergency department: can identity leadership combined with quality improvement promote racial equality?Rangani Handagala, Buddhike Sri Harsha Indrasena, Prakash Subedi, Mohammed Shihaam Nizam, Jill Aylott
The purpose of this paper is to report on the dynamics of “identity leadership” with a quality improvement project undertaken by an International Medical Graduate (IMG) from Sri…
Leading in a time of crisis: exploring early experiences of health facility leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria’s epicentreMobolanle Balogun, Festus Opeyemi Dada, Adetola Oladimeji, Uchenna Gwacham-Anisiobi, Adekemi Sekoni, Aduragbemi Banke-Thomas
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disruptive effect on the health system. Health facility leaders were at the forefront of maintaining service delivery and were exposed to varied…
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