Values-based leadership: a way to restore integrity
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Values-based leadership: a way to restore integrity

Alison James Senior lecturer, Adult nursing at Cardiff University, Nursing Management
David Stanley Senior lecturer, School of nursing, midwifery and paramedicine, Australian Catholic University, Canberra, Australia

By demonstrating congruence between values, beliefs and actions, nurses can shape the future of their profession

The Nursing Now campaign to raise the profile of nursing calls for employers globally to support leadership development in its Nightingale Challenge.

Nursing Management. 27, 1, 18-18. doi: 10.7748/nm.27.1.18.s10

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