1. Nursing leadership theories
Nursing leadership theoriesNursing leadership theoriesPermalink: https:// /nursing-
leadership-theories/Paper details:Each of the seven (7) annotated bibliographies should be
a short paragraph of 100-200 words. Each annotation should include:1) The purpose of the
work2) A summary of its content3) For what type of audience the work is written4) Its
relevance to the topic5) Any special or unique features about the material6) The strengths,
weaknesses or biases in the materialDavies, A., Wong, C. A., &Laschinger, H. (2011). Nurses’
participation in personal knowledge transfer: The role of leader-member exchange (LMX)
and structural empowerment. Journal of Nursing Management, 19(5), 632-643.Mark, B. A.,
Hughes, L. C., & Jones, C. B. (2004). The role of theory in improving patient safety and
quality health care. Nursing Outlook, 51(1), 11-16.McGuire, E., &Kennerly, S. M. (2006).
Nurse Managers as transformational and transactional leaders. Nursing Economics, 24(4),
179-86.Shirey, M. R. (2006). Authentic leaders creating healthy work environments for
nursing practice. American Journal of Critical Care, 15(3), 256-267.Warrick, D. D. (2011).
The Urgent Need for Skilled Transformational Leaders: Integrating Transformational
Leadership and Organization Development. Journal of Leadership, Accountability, and
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enhance practice. Nursing Management, 17(9), 24-26.Wong, A., &Laschinger, H. K. S. (2012).
Authentic leadership, performance, and job satisfaction: The mediating role of
empowerment. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69(4), 947-959.