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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Managers Preferred Management Style from the Perspective of Nurses

Author: HAMID 2,, MASOUMEH FULADVANDI, JAFAR BAZYAR, VAHID DELSHAD, SAEIDEH VARASTEH, LEILA MALEKYAN
Abstract: The lack of access to empowerment structures is the outcome of inadequate management performance that will lead to nurse’s mental and emotional exhaustion .It is therefore necessary to pay particular attention to this group of nurse managers and provide medical staff nurses with improved working conditions by selecting the appropriate management style. The aim of this study was to assess the viewpoints of nurses in relation to the preferred management style in teaching hospitals of Il am, Iran in 2016. A descriptive analytic cross-sectional study was done on 192 nurses by convenience sampling method, from three educational hospitals of Il am, Iran. The instruments including demographic and preferred management questionnaire were used in the present study. A Chi-square and ANOVA test were used to data analysis using SPSS v16.0. The study showed that141 (73.4%) of participants prefer collaborative management. The work experience was also found to be associated with Preferred Management Style (p =0.004). Also, the statistically significant association was found between management experience and Preferred Management Style (p =0.039).Collaborative management style is more preferred by the nurses. Therefore, it seems that employees are willingness to participate in managerial affairs and thus managers should involve employees on planning programs and other affairs to motivate their incentives to thrive and get things done faster with organization goals achieved.
Keyword: Nursing management, Management style, Collaborative, Autocratic
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.02.100
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