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Running Head: HUMILITY1Leadership Journal: HumilityDonovan ForgesGrand Canyon University NUR 670June 25, 2017
Humility2Leadership JournalLeadership experienceAttending clinical with my preceptor on the same day each week has allowed me to experience the necessary repetition to understand the importance of each scheduled meeting on such day. Each of the meetings or huddles I attended bring the attention to the departments needsfor the following day or days to come. The first meeting of the day begins with the morning huddle of the operating room, then the regional safety huddle, next is the perioperative scheduling huddle and lastly the post anesthesia unit huddle. The rest of the day is consumed with being visual to the staff along with various bouts of desk time that includes answering emails, approving purchase orders (or denying them) as well as other management duties. In observance of my preceptor and her participation in each of these meetings, I have realized she has a significant obligation to her staff, department as well as to the organization. This week I had the perfect opportunity to display humility with a hospital recognition event which was celebrated with an ice cream social. For the greater part of the afternoon, leaders of each department were scheduled to share their appreciation for staff who attended the celebration by thanking the staff after getting their celebratory ice cream sundae. Sharing our appreciation to everyone by saying, “thank you for all you’ve done and contributions to the success of the organization,” this was an ideal way of showing humility. Standing there as each

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