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A common concept appearing as a thread through the summer editions of JONA is the importance of executive vision and leadership. Although the perspectives, projects and research are varied in their focus, each is integrally dependent on the vision and leadership of the nurse executive and other leaders.
The Magnet® Perspectives department, authored by Gail Wolf, PhD, RN, FAAN, highlights the importance of developing transformational skills to support your role as a leader regarding advocacy and influence. The span and scope of nurse executive leadership challenges each of us to influence outcomes on personal, professional and organizational levels.
Jeffrey Adams, PhD, RN interviews Kathleen Potempa, PhD, RN, FAAN, President of the American Association of College of Nursing and Dean of the University of Michigan, School of Nursing for Inspiration Point.  Dr. Potempa exemplifies the multidimensional impact of nursing leaders willing to maximize opportunities of influence. In this interview, Dr. Potempa discusses her approach and opportunities for influence in education, policy, practice and research
 
Take this opportunity to keep up with your professional reading this summer!

Sincerely,
 
Karen S. Hill, RN, DNP, NEA-BC, FACHE
Editor-in-Chief, JONA



 

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 FROM THE JOURNALS

Appearing in JONA: Transformational Leadership: The Art of Advocacy and Influence
Gail A. Wolf, PhD, RN, FAAN

Appearing in Nursing Management: Nursing’s future: What’s the message?
Joyce E. Johnson, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN; Teresa Veneziano, MSN, RN; Tracey Malast, MSN, RN; Kari Mastro, MSN, RN, NEA-BC; Annlouise Moran, MSN, RN; Lori Mulligan, MSN, RN; and Amy L. Smith, MBA, RN

Bonus Content
Be sure to take advantage of these bonus articles from JONA and Nursing Management. By accessing them through your eNews link, you can read the articles free of charge.

From JONA: Influencing Nursing Education, Policy, Practice, and Research: An Interview with Kathleen Potempa
Jeffrey M. Adams, PhD, RN

From Nursing Management: Is there a fast track to new nurse manager preparation?
Lolita Chappel Aiken, EdD, and Alfreda Harper-Harrison, EdD

 
 

 


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