Managers' leadership and critical care nurses' intent to stay.

@article{Boyle1999ManagersLA,
  title={Managers' leadership and critical care nurses' intent to stay.},
  author={Diane K. Boyle and Marjorie J. Bott and Helen E Hansen and Chantelle Woods and Roma Lee Taunton},
  journal={American journal of critical care : an official publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses},
  year={1999},
  volume={8 6},
  pages={361-71}
}
BACKGROUND Cyclical fluctuations in turnover of critical care nurses are a large and complex problem. Managers' leadership characteristics may be a determinant of critical care nurses' intent to stay in the job. OBJECTIVE To examine the direct and indirect effects of nurse-managers' characteristics of power, influence, and leadership style on critical care nurses' intent to stay in the nurses' employment positions. METHODS The sample was 255 staff nurses in intensive care units at 4 urban… CONTINUE READING
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