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It requires deliberate analysis of their feelings and how these emotions drive thoughts and behaviors. Humans often have automatic reactions to certain interpersonal stimuli. These reactions may result from deep-seated assumptions that have taken root over time. Probably the best example of an automatic reaction can be seen when watching a group of cows head out to pasture. For whatever reasons, the cows always follow the same path. Day in and day out, they create the “cow path” for their route.

Individuals who provide leadership in health care are judged by a different yardstick, not just by clinical expertise, but by how well they manage themselves and each other. New leaders are not predicted based solely on academic learning, but who has attributes and the personal qualities of initiative, empathy, adaptability, and persuasiveness (Skinner & Spurgeon, 2005). For example, in a national survey of employers, the skills, competencies, and attributes that were highly valued were not technical skills Description of the Developmental Differences Between an Experienced RN and the CNS DEVELOPMENTAL DIFFERENCE REGISTERED NURSE CNS Focus Within a specialty unit Within specialty populations and organization/system Clinical expertise Competency and excellence with patients and families Excellence with patient, families, and related system-level initiatives System skills Some Role models skills to other nurses; coaches development of skills; collaborates with and provides consultation to other members of the health care team Emotional competence Varies from novice to expert given the variability in expectations for emotional competence in the practice Expectation is for expert competence in self-awareness, resilience, handles difficult information, openness in thinking and feeling, open to differing viewpoints, active coaching and mentoring, well-developed impulse control (Porter O’Grady, 2002, p.

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