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This is a discussion on Interviewing a Nursing Leader in Academic Nursing Research Participation Requests, part of Nursing Student ... For one of my final assignments for my BSN program (finished in December!) I have to conduct an...by okonrad Sep 14, '12For one of my final assignments for my BSN program (finished in December!) I have to conduct an interview with a Nursing leader which includes but is not limited to VP of Patient Care Services, Director of Nursing, Nurse Manager, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nurse Practitioner, Charge Nurse, Team Leader or someone in another type of designated leadership position. I would just ask a few questions that have to do with your background, your view of what leadership is and the like. I would appreciate any help from anyone who qualifies. I thank you for any responses I get in advance.
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- Sep 14, '12 by TheCommuterYou might attract more responses if you start posting some of the interview questions on this discussion, since people might come along and post their answers.
- Sep 16, '12 by okonradThanks for the heads-up!
- Sep 16, '12 by okonradThe following are the questions that I am asking for the interview;
General Background information:
Memberships in Professional Organizations-
What characteristics should a leader possess?
Do you feel as though you possess these characteristics?
Are there any aspects of leadership that you feel you lack or could improve on existing qualities?
How has your outlook and/or behaviors changed over the years?
How do you deal with change?
What do you think will be the greatest challenge for professional nurses in the next five years?
How do you support or advocate new ideas?
What role do you play in performance improvement initiatives?
What is your role as a preceptor or mentor?
Who are you students or “mentees”?
Does anything motivate you to continue to precept or mentor, if so, what?
Do you have a choice in being a mentor or is it expected as part of your employment?