Leadership Styles and Factors in Effective Staff Motivation
Leadership styles and motivational theory have been extensively studied, and the effective application of them in leadership roles will influence the future of nursing. Through this review, the primary autocratic, democratic and laissez-faire styles of leadership are outlined and analyzed for their use to nursing in various situational and staff management contexts. As a primary role of leadership, motivational theory and the concepts of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation are considered. These factors, along with effective leadership, are presented as essential tools for unlocking workforce potential.
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