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Journal of Nursing : Managers

  • Recognizing and Overcoming Toxic Leadership 
    Recognizing and Overcoming Toxic Leadership by George A. Zangaro, PhD, RN Kelly Yager, MS, RN Joseph Proulx, EdD, RN Author’s Affiliations: Assistant Professor (Dr. Zangaro), Student (Ms. Yager), Professor (Dr. Proulx), Organizational Systems and Adult Health, University of Maryland School of Nursing, Baltimore, MD. Correspondence: Dr. Zangaro, University of Maryland Baltimore, 655 West Lombard St Suite 465, Baltimore, MD 21201-1579
    Toxic nurse managers are detrimental to organizations, diminishing staff morale, thwarting creativity, and creating unnecessary job stress. Toxic nurse managers can also negatively affect an organization’s bottom line as staff absenteeism may increase, job satisfaction and critical thinking may decrease, leading to turnover and complicating innovation, decision making, and problem solving.
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