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KMID : 0614820060120040555
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing Administration
2006 Volume.12 No. 4 p.555 ~ p.563
Relationships of Nurse Manager’s Transformational & Transactional Leaderships to Nurses’ Creative Activity
Kang So-Young

Abstract
Purpose: This study was aimed at examining the relationships of transformational and transactional leaderships that nurse managers demonstrate to creative activity that nurses excercise at caring for patients.

Method: Using 11 items of the Creative Nursing Practice Index and 18 items of Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire Form, a descriptive study was conducted with a sample of 425 nurses working more than six months at nursingcare units in a university hospital of Korea. Data were analyzed, using independent t-test, ANOVA, Pearson correlation, and stepwise multiple regression analysis methods.

Result: Creative activity had positive relationships to transformational leadership and transactional leadership(p<.01). The factor influencing on creative activity was not transactional leadership(p>.05), but transformational leadership(10.7%, p<.001). Intellectual stimulation accounted for 9.7% of information building-activity and 1.1% of idea creating & communicating idea. About 5.8% of the variance in idea validating-activity was explained by inspirational motivation, and 1.2% by contingent reward.

Conclusion: For support for nurses’ creative activity at work, leadership training programs would be needed to build up nurse manager’s transformational leadership.
KEYWORD
Creativeness, Leadership, Nursing staff, Nurse administrator
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