Quiescent leadership cannot last long time. When the environment is constant and unchanged, firms will have little mobility Human is subject to organizational changes and numerous factors. Removing the rust from the mirror of the soul of man enhances his development towards his capabilities. Purpose: This study aimed to examine change management capabilities of nurse managers (Head nurses). This research is a descriptive study, which examines the change management capabilities in 50 different supervisors from the perspective of 187 nurses in hospitals under the supervision of head nurses in Qazvin, and it is conducted by Census method. The tools of this research are Bass and Avolio’s Transformational leadership questionnaire that its validity and reliability were confirmed. To analyze the data, the software ѕрѕѕ version 22 statistical tests of Pearson, T, Nava, KS, and Chi-square exact was used. The findings showed that, according to the results of t-test, a statistically significant difference was not seen between the scores on all subscales obtained from the questionnaire of management capabilities in change management from nurses, demographic characteristics of nurses. (All p>0/5). However, scores in terms of individual consideration was (p=0/44) and Mental stimulation was (p=0/035) and only statistically significant difference was observed in the education of nurses. Given that nursing managers (supervisors) in the field of change management have a poor and average performance, it seems the higher the level of education is for nurse managers, their ability to apply change management is higher. Also supervisors’ performance within individual consideration with an error probability equal to 0/012 is at an optimum level and hence was able to win the trust of staff. To advance the goals of excellence in medical care, training the managers towards change, establishing physical and mental health and confidence in them by their involvement, is considered an important factor in order to improve the quality of health systems.
Keywords: ability, transformation, change management