Week 5 discussion Leading and Managing in Nursing, Ch. 5, 26–30 Read the following from Leading and Managing in Nursing: Ch. 5: Legal and Ethical Issues Ch. 26: Delegation: An Art of Professional Nursing Practice Ch. 27: Role Transition Ch. 28: Self-Management: Stress and Time Ch. 29: Managing Your Career Ch. 30: Thriving for the Future Everyday Leadership Watch “TEDTalks: Drew Dudley—Everyday Leadership” from this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings. As you watch, think of the ways you can impact people’s lives each day. Professional Development for Everyday Leadership Write a list of goals that you have for personal and professional development (e.g., make a public speech, write an article, hold an officer position, conduct research, gain experience as a manager). For each of the goals, identify the first small step you need to take toward achieving that goal. Think of how this exercise relates to everyday leadership as you are writing the goals. Assignment adapted from Leading and Managing in Nursing (Ch. 21), by Patricia S. Yoder-Wise, 2015, St Louis, MI: Elsevier. Copyright 2015 by Elsevier. Adapted with permission Delegation Search the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) website for their joint statement on delegation. Review the Joint Statement on Delegation by the NCSBN and the ANA. Write a 90-word summary explaining three ways you can improve your delegation skills as a leader. Local campus students: Prepare to present and discuss your summary in the next class meeting. Online students: Post your summary and respond to at least one classmate’s post. FIRST MESSAGE #1 DELEGATION All RNs use delegation. How does delegation change when one moves into a leadership and management role? FIRST MESSAGE #2 LEADERSHIP What are some ways to incorporate everyday leadership into your routine at work?