- Published: Tuesday, 19 April 2016 07:39
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The main role of a leader in nursing is to offer inspiration to other people in the health facility, to make sure that they work together to achieve the organizational goals, like quality healthcare. Among the qualities that a successful nursing leader ought to have includes; integrity, courage, intuitiveness, as well as the capability to hold on the strain. To meet the organizational goals, the nursing leader ought to be a critical thinker, come up with goals, and to be a good communicator. One of the tasks of a nursing leader is to make sure that they do away with all the moral constrains, which hinder delivery of quality services. At the Billings Clinic, the major moral challenge is poor treatment of new employees. This paper will look at this moral challenge, its consequences, my role of a nursing leader in addressing it, as well as how my leadership style affect the handling of the dilemma (Patterson, & Krouse, 2015).