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Leadership styles and brain dominance in lead nurses : an educational management tool

By Shoshanna Hackman Reiss

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The purpose of the study: This study explores the relationships between personal brain dominance cognitive styles and leadership styles based on the idea that focusing on brain dominance one can have the ability of enforcing less dominant functions. This might be important in the development of nurse leadership, which will include brain functions influence nurses knowledge and dispositions for management styles. Knowledge gained may help to focus energies, improve processes and assist nurse managers in setting standards that are realistic, effective and efficient. Hopefully, in the future, results will be used as a tool, helping to focus on the positive factors recommended in purpose to increase staff satisfaction and organisational commitment. Increased insight into relationships may lead to improvements in nursing education.\ud Instrumentation: The full range of leadership styles applying the Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire 5x (MLQ); transformational leadership, transactional leadership and outcomes and the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI) as perceived by nurses – First Line Mangers. Method: The study was conducted at a major metropolitan teaching hospital in Israel affiliated to a major medical school with a long history of medical and nursing education. Procedure: The questionnaires were handed to 80 First Line Nurse Managers that filled them use self-rating technique.\ud Data analysis: Statistical analysis procedures were testing the hypothesis using descriptive statistics, t tests, analysis of variance, correlations and regressions.\ud Results: 1. The findings strengthen the correlation between Brain Dominance and leadership styles. 2. It may be possible to predict leadership styles and outcomes. 3. The study sample used part of the transactional leadership styles sub-scales which are the active styles among the transactional leadership style sub-scales and the transformational leadership styles. 4. The study sample is characterised as identifying right brain population as being predominant than the left brain population. Checking the main leadership styles group and outcomes reveal that the right brain population, are using more transformational leadership style and attain greater amounts of outcome measures. 5. First line managers are highly dominant in quadrant B and C and close to those quadrants, most of the remainder are located in quadrant D. There quadrant sections and their significance will be analysed in Chapter IV.סגנונות מנהיגות ודומיננטיות מוחית אצל אחיות אחראיות מחלקה – ככלי הקשר בי\ud ניהולי\ud קוגניטיבי/הכרתי וסגנונות דומיננטיות מוחית אישית/סגנו בי מטרת המחקר: מחקר זה בודק את הקשרי\ud במוח. נושא זה הפחות דומיננטיי המדגיש מיקוד ביכולת של חיזוק הרבעוני מנהיגות בהתבסס על הרעיו\ud מחלקה, כולל השפעת אחראיות/אחראיי פיתוח מנהיגות. מחקר זה, אשר בדק אחיות/אחי חשוב לצור\ud לסגנונות המנהיגות. ידע זה יסייע למיקוד אלה והערכות בהתא תפקודי המוח, הכרת האחיות תפקודי\ud , אפקטיביי מעשיי בעיצוב סטנדרטי המנהיגות/המנהיגי וסיוע לאחיות/אחי האנרגיות, שיפור תהליכי\ud המומלצי החיוביי . במגמה לעתיד, תוצאות המחקר ישמשו ככלי אשר יסייע במיקוד בגורמי ויעילי\ud רמת מודעות אישית לרמה בה , ותעצי והמחויבות ארגונית של הצוותי במגמה לשפר את שביעות הרצו\ud המנהיגות הרב הצוות ותפקודו. כלי המחקר: 1. שאלו מערכות יחסי העבודה עשויה לשפר את רמת חינו\ud . ארגונית. 2 הכולל רמת המנהיגות המעצבת, המתגמלת, העדר מנהיגות ושביעות רצו ,(MLQ 5X) גורמי\ud ע"פ תפיסת (Hermann Brain Dominance Instrument – HBDI) הבודק דומיננטיות מוחית שאלו\ud לבית ספר % במרכז רפואי גדול המסונ : המחקר נער דמוגראפי. שיטה והלי . 3. שאלו את עצמ הנבדקי\ud . ומולאו על ידיה אחראיי אחיות ואחי חולקו לשמוני ואחיות.השאלוני אקדמי מוביל בהכשרת רופאי\ud ,t בדקו את הנחות המחקר: סטטיסטיקה תיאורית, מבחני של הנתוני סטטיסטי ניתוח תוצאות: ניתוחי\ud דומיננטיות מוחית בי ניתוחי שונות, קורלציות ורגרסיות. תוצאות: 1. התוצאות מחזקות את הקשרי\ud הפעילי השתמשו בחלקי לנבא סגנונות מנהיגות ותוצאות ארגוניות. 3. הנבדקי וסגנונות מנהיגות. 2. נית\ud מאופיינת בשימוש בהמיספרה הימנית המתמיר. 4. קבוצת הנבדקי של הסגנו העסקי ובמרכיבי של הסגנו\ud המנהיגות העיקרי אשר היה בשימוש בקרב של המוח יותר מאשר בהמיספרה השמאלית. בבדיקת סגנו\ud המתמיר (המעצב), מושגות תוצאות ארגוניות משופרות. , נמצא כי ככל שנעשה יותר שימוש בסגנו הנבדקי\ud נמצא D , ערכי תוצאות רבעו כשאצל רוב הנותרי C - ו B נמצאה דומיננטית ברבעו 5. קבוצת הנבדקי\ud אלה. קרוב לרבעוני\ud אינו מלא, כשיש שוב אשר תפקוד לחזק את הרבעוני נית כי קיימות דרכי הכשרה דרכ חשוב לציי\ud .Whole brain thinking – להדגיש כי מירב היעילות תושג

Publisher: University of Leicester
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:lra.le.ac.uk:2381/4445

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