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The 21st century is an era in which nursing administrators are facing tremendous changes as a consequence of globalization with limited resources. The nursing executives are currently required to have strategic competencies including a strategic vision, a capability to inspire nursing staff to use their maximal potentials for the highest benefits of the organization, along with building relationships within and outside of the organization.

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The nursing executives are currently required to have strategic competencies including a strategic vision, a capability to inspire nursing staff to use their maximal potentials for the highest benefits of the organization. This research was mixed methods with phenomenology qualitative design and factor analysis. The new knowledge was 7 components with 75 competencies particularly the top 3 components for developing nurse executives in strategic thinking and innovation of nursing management to become strong leaders of today and tomorrow. These findings contribute to leadership development for chief nurse executives in possessing the administrative capability and leadership attributes.

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This paper shows the new knowledge of strategic leadership for chief nurse executives who have an important role to lead the nursing organization.

Netchanok Sritoomma
Christian University of Thailand

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This page is a summary of: The components of strategic leadership competencies of chief nurse executives in private hospitals in Thailand, Journal of Nursing Management, May 2021, Wiley, DOI: 10.1111/jonm.13361.
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