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Developing Leadership Skills in Staff Nurses

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Jessica was two weeks old and weighed almost 1,500 gm. Michelle, her nurse, had practiced in the NICU for one year and was struggling to gain self-confidence in this new setting. She was easily disorganized and was unable to prioritize complex patient issues. As I walked through the unit one day, I noticed how flustered Michelle appeared as a crowd of nurses stood at the baby's bedside. It was immediately apparent to me that she needed guidance and support to care for this patient. I understood the difficulty this peer was experiencing in her struggle to gain self-confidence, and my goal was to provide clinical leadership without taking over the situation.

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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2000

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