Empowerment and Leadership Processes

Burnout, well-being, mindfulness, job satisfaction, staff turnover, stress and work-life balance seem to be common discussion threads in healthcare, and in particular the critical care environments. The multi-modal issues identified mean we have provided a suite of resources that look at the leadership and process elements to support the work environment and also the all important team members.  Quality care can then be delivered from an effective, well resourced and supported team.

Leadership Process To Support The Environment    

Supporting Articles 

Dorman, T. (2017) From Command and Control to Modern Approaches to Leadership. ICU Management & Practice, 17 (3).

Guille C, Frank E, Zhao Z, Kalmbach DA, Nietert PJ, Mata DA, Sen S. (2017) Work-Family Conflict and the Sex Difference in Depression Among Training PhysiciansJAMA Intern Med. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2017.5138

Institute for Health Improvement (IHI). (2017) ICU Daily Goals Worksheet. http://www.IHI.org

Moneke, N., & Umeh, O. J. (2013). How leadership behaviors impact critical care nurse job satisfactionNursing Management. 44(1), 53-55.

Reader, T. W., & Cuthbertson, B. H. (2011). Teamwork and team training in the ICU: Where do the similarities with aviation end?Critical care15(6), 313.

van Schijndel, R. J. S., & Burchardi, H. (2007). Bench-to-bedside review: Leadership and conflict management in the intensive care unitCritical care11(6), 234.

Wiseman L (2010) Multipliers: how the best leaders make everyone smarter. New York: Harper Collins.

Wong, A. V. K., & Olusanya, O. (2017). Burnout and resilience in anaesthesia and intensive care medicineBJA Education.