Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Master of Arts in Leadership (MAL)
Hospitals that generate positive employee engagement can retain employees and produce positive effects on the hospital budget, employee morale, and high quality patient care. The purpose of this research will be to study the relationship of Administrative Supervisor rounding and the employee engagement of unit charge nurses. Understanding the significance regarding hospital leadership presence during off shifts, weekends and holidays can have an impact on employee satisfaction, retention, ill calls, and hospital morale and produce better patient care. The hypothesis for this research focuses on the physical presence of the Administrative Supervisor which leads to greater perceived leadership support and generates positive work engagement for charge nurses in acute care hospital settings. This paper examines whether it is beneficial for a hospital to support the role of the Administrative Supervisor during the off shifts when management is not visible on the nursing unit.
Geiger, Kellie J., "Rounding of the Administrative Supervisor and the Engagement of Charge Nurses in an Acute Hospital Setting" (2010). Theses and Graduate Projects. 856.