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Running Head: HEALTH CARE LEADERSHIP ARTICLE1Leadership StyleKeynocha Brunson-AllmondMHA/520Professor HaynesJune 18th2019
Health Care Leadership ArticleLeadership style differs from individual to individual and some individuals lead using a combination of styles to successfully lead and inspire others. According to the "International Journal of Cross Cultural Management," leadership traits result partly from cultural norms and partly from the needs of the leadership job. Due to different personalities, business cultures and industries it is imperative for leaders to identify what their leadership style actually is, any potential blind spots to using their leadership style and which environments will their style thrive or struggle in. According to Karen Rosa West, Phd. (2015), there are eight archetypes of leadership-Collaborator, Energizer, Pilot, Provider, Harmonizer, Forecaster, Producer and Composer. This paper will identify what my go-to leadership style and what supplemental leadership style(s) I implement in leading, evaluate theblind spots and environments that my style thrive in as well as struggle in, and list SMART goalsthat I can focus on for self-improvement.Psychologists tell us that people who make consistent progress toward meaningful goals live happier more satisfied lives than those who don’t. According to Psychology today goals provide focus, productivity, bolster self-esteem and setting goals increases commitment. Hara Estroff Marano, published July 22, 2003. The goals that guide us. Retrieved from Evaluation of the information provided regarding potential blind spots, and environments in which you are likely to thrive and struggleA list of SMART goals that focus on self-improvementGo-to leadership syleEnergizerPotential blind spots
Health Care Leadership ArticleBeing patientBringing others along with your thinkingEncouraging dissentTempering your unbridled optimismWearing down your colleaguesRecognizing differences in othersThrive ifColleagues with low moraleYou work in a collaborative and purposeful environmentPeople in your organization tent to exert influence through relationshipsYour employees need visionary, strategic leadershipStruggle ifYou work in an environment where process skills matter more than people skillsYour organization values intellectual ideas and positional authorityColleagues focus so much on metrics and results that they gloss over how the results generatedLEADERSHIP ASSESSMENTWHAT'S YOUR LEADERSHIP SIGNATURE?12/12/2015Karen Rosa West, PhDTAGS: + Leadership Assessment + CEO Focus + Talent Strategy & Management Why do some business leaders thrive while others flounder? Professional qualifications and technical competencies (the whats of leadership) play an important role, of course, but far more often we’ve observed that success or failure depends on howleaders lead — specifically, how leaders’ styles mesh with their teams and the cultures of their organizations.

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