So, one of the top attributes I want to master is honesty, trustworthiness and fairness. These virtues are frequently thought to be the measure of good moral character as well. To be an inspiration to others cultivating these values in my life is imperative. Besides this would enable one to surround oneself with other members of integrity and talent which is necessary for a successful leader. • Courage As a leader, I have to face all the challenges and problems that occur under my administration and must take the lead to place my community to where I wanted it to be i.e., to a more prosperous and safer position.
Just like my identity, I think each individual is a work in progress and packed with possibilities. I am inclined to make sacrifices that benefit others and put their needs before mine. It is difficult for me to “blow things off” because letting people down is one of my biggest fears. I value others and put them in high regard, and this has helped me become a more loyal and genuine person. My friends constantly come to me for advice knowing that I am willing to listen and help them however I can.
Honesty, integrity, commitment, passion, accountability, and empathy are some of the qualities that all leaders should have. Personally, I show all of these qualities. Growing up, I was taught that if you are not honest with someone, the truth will come out. I stand by this motto everyday to not only benefit me, but to benefit others. I encourage others to live by this motto to help
For example, teamwork is very important in my career. I have to cooperate with my co-workers to get work done. In this case, being humble can make the cooperation successful and easy. I will have to listen and respect the opinions of others and have a humble eagerness to accept and learn things from other people. We cannot have a negative attitude, demeaning thought or act in an abusive toward others.
Overall, Amaeze says that I’m “always willing to help others.” Reflecting on this, I think I am seen this way because I feel the need to meet others expectations of me. Although, I can’t help what everyone will think of me, I always want to leave a good impression. I strive to be that person you can come to whenever you are having problems. I desire to be that base of support to others. This stems all
I don’t want anyone feeling the way I felt when she was lead. These are the few reasons why openness and willingness to change, sense of identity, authenticity and honesty and acceptance of one's power is a big part of being an effective helper. I feel all of the characteristics in this chapter sum up an effective helper but I feel that these three are the most important. As you can see my personal experience has brought me a long way and I feel it will continue to bring me further. I will use my knowledge from my past to help strengthen myself of being an effective helping
Instead vision is thought through, rationalized and then acted on. I’m not the best socially but I consider myself to have some EI and continue to strive to enact what I have while I grow more. Leading people can be challenging because there is often a distance between us that I can’t resolve. I haven’t seen any change since my last description. Isn’t it true that instead of changing, we just believe who we are more
In a time of my life where I could benefit from redirection, motivation and support, I was given a mentor who served as a positive role model. My mentor helped me to see the importance of my future, and motivated me to push myself to make better choices and prepare for the future. I have seen major success because of my connection to positive role model and I would like to impart those same supports to the younger generations. Now i don't want you to think it is not acceptable to be verbal and socialize because that's totally not the case. In fact that is another way to possibly be most effective as a learner.
I chose this competency because it teaches me that I need to have a positive self-esteem and a great attitude towards my patients, colleagues and every situation in order to be able to provide holistic quality care. 2. The article taught me that fitness to practice, includes being accountable and responsible to cope with stress and know how to balance your duty to care for patients; and an equal duty to ensure that fitness to practice competently does not threaten the safety of patients, co-workers or oneself (p. 8). 3. The article widened my understanding that if I am not mentally or physically fit; it’s impossible for me to care for another and meet their needs and can put patients in danger due to errors.
Leadership Style: My preferred leadership style is My preferred leadership style is to get the input from all of my team members and try to bring consensus to their ideas before I step in as a leader. I think this style gives the members a greater sense of ownership towards the group and task keeping them motivated .I also prefer accountability of the team that help to build trust and improve efficiency of the team. Under pressure, I revert to the following leadership style Under pressure I limit of input from my team members also sometimes have to be more authoritative in ones area of expertise but during this all process I make sure that no one’s self-esteem is hurt. When dealing directly with powerful or intimidating people, I Dealing with powerful I observe them and try to judge their need and wants. Directly contradicting or giving them advice / suggestion is not a good idea I often tend to sugarcoat words while dealing with them VIII.
The followers of transformational leaders exhibit greater trust, admiration, loyalty and respect toward the leader and are willing to work harder for them. I want to be the transformational leader that makes others realize the greatness within them. In order to achieve this goal I need to start seeking feedback from mentors that I feel were transformative. Their insight will help guide me down the right path. I need to stop holding onto the reins of power and be willing to delegate more.
They look and listen because they feel that they know I will take good care of them and handle the situation. I feel that softness and kindness are are incredibly necessary to be a strong leader, yet they are never emphasized as much. A little kindness goes a long way, and I feel that it will help me move up in leadership roles, because people respect and trust the person who always helps
Dr. Kaiser has a heart to advocate for those who may not have the resources or time, and I want to practice that philosophy. There is always be work to be done, but I hope the lessons learned will guide me to an office where I can make informed and lasting
Also, in a situation when something doesn’t go as planned, I need to step up, take responsibility for my actions, and work my hardest to resolve the problem, without freaking out and giving up. As a leader, you need to lead by example. Why do you want to be a Crew Head? Being part of the crew is a sort of satisfaction. It gives me a purpose and pushes me to do things I would’ve never done otherwise.
I was able to increase the benefit of task management but still struggled to maintain the efficiency that comes along with that due to losing a case manager and taking on the entire case load myself. Understanding different perspectives has always come easy to me, however, learning to quite myself when my integrity is challenged because of someone else’s perspective was a definite challenge to me. I felt that the objective of learning what effective leadership can accomplish was the one that was successful. After shadowing Barb, I learned effective communication techniques, how to inspire the staff with vision and drive and how to have integrity in the midst of turmoil. Applying this practicum to becoming a baccalaureate-prepared nurse will come in time.