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Youths’ experience of trauma: Personal transformation though self-leadership and self-coaching
South African youth has a history of adversity and is exposed to high levels of trauma, either as victims of violence or as witnesses to these events. South Africa has a shortage of mental-health professionals and a fairly ...
The practice of self-leadership in personal and professional development of contract nursing staff in the environment of a higher education institution
Self-leadership is a comprehensive self-influence perspective that concerns leading oneself toward the performance of naturally motivating tasks and managing oneself to do work that must be done but that is not naturally ...
A conceptual framework of the resemblance in self-leadership and professional core values of nurses in the South African context
In a country such as South Africa with its widely diverse values and belief systems, it could be a challenge to bring about a common understanding of professionalism amongst nurses in a multicultural society. When novice ...
Nurses’ experiences on their self-leadership during a leadership development programme
Leadership is regarded as an essential component of nursing practice and an integral aspect of the nurse’s role. A leadership development programme is an organised, often off-the-job happening, that brings people with ...