SA040620190008 SNPG 959 Assessment 3.docx - Running head WORKPLACE CULTURE IN THE CONTEXT OF DEVELOPMENT Workplace Culture in the context of Practice

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Running head: WORKPLACE CULTURE IN THE CONTEXT OF PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT Workplace Culture in the context of Practice Development Student’s Name Institutional Affiliations Date
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2 WORKPLACE CULTURE IN THE CONTEXT OF PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT Workplace Culture in the context of Practice Development Introduction Running a successful organization is more than just ideas, and hard work. In order to run a successful business it is essential to have in place core values, one of the most important core values that an organization can establish is zero tolerance policies for discrimination, prejudice, and stereotypes. There are many ways that policies such as this can benefit an organization, but there is discussion of whether or not it also hinders the organizational culture in the workplace. When running an organization, there is always room for improvement. Often an outsider's recommendations and input can be extremely helpful in ensuring the absolute best values and work environment for an organization and all those who come into contact with it. Workplace culture framework needs to be premeditated in the manner that it embeds social development approaches as part of the main objective in clinical care (Smith, Gilmer & Stockdale, 2019). Through concentrating on these approaches, healthcare organizations form and endure more enjoyable and compassionate workstations. Workplace Culture in the context of Practice Development According to Baker & Power (2018), workplace culture comprises of common values and beliefs proven by an organization’s management, reinforced, and communicated via different approaches, eventually modeling employee views, understanding, and behaviors. If an organizations leadership/management lacks in having a strong workplace culture, then it would be very difficult to be successful. There must be trust and communication between the leadership and staff. A staff also needs to be able to count on their management to help them and to correspond when information or problems arise. There should also be team work and a
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3 WORKPLACE CULTURE IN THE CONTEXT OF PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT willingness to work together. When all employees are on the same page and have the same goals within an organization it will create a positive working environment (Trinchero, Farr-Wharton & Brunetto, 2017). For any healthcare organization to be successful there must be a process a proper workplace culture. Ulus & Gabriel (2016), culture needs to involve “various sets of procedures put in place to reduce mistakes, prevent improper behavior or decrease the risk of centralization of power”. This is very helpful to eliminate an individual being in total control and making all decisions. A successful organization will have various people that each have different roles and responsibilities. This will alleviate one person having too much area of responsibility, with an abundance of responsibility it is easy to make errors and cost the organization money or decrease the level of care that can be offered to patients. When a checks-and balance process is in place all
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