Early human resources competencies 3 at this stage

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HUMAN RESOURCES COMPETENCIES 3 At this stage, the decision making of the leader is dependent on the guidelines that have been established by the firm. They are flexible and try to adapt to changes and the business environment. A leader in this stage also has to represent the firm's culture and tries to come up with new ways through which improvements can be made. In addition, they strive to improve their knowledge of the policies that govern the firm so that they can respond effectively to any issues. Mid-Level Leaders in this level are also flexible, and they manage strategies that promote the culture of the firms. They begin developing the skills they need to ensure that goals are achieved. All the strategies that they implement are dependent on measures that are result-oriented. They lead the implementation of projects that are proposed by the higher management teams. Senior Level/ Expert level These leaders formulate strategies that promote the culture of the organization. They are responsible for the translation of the company's mission and vision. They are the prime agents of change. Communication Communication involves the effective exchange of information with other individuals in a firm (Derksen, Bensing & Lagro-Janssen, 2013). A good communicator ensures that the information that he provides to others is clear and succinct. The former is also a good listener, and he or she engages in active listening when others are providing their views. Communication also involves providence of important information to the relevant individuals. In the healthcare
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HUMAN RESOURCES COMPETENCIES 4 organizations, medical practitioners should ensure that they get enough information to prevent mistakes. After receiving any form of information, it is important that an individual provides feedback. Proactive communication in a healthcare firm promotes excellence as the medical practitioners are able to understand the needs of the patient. Consequently, improvements are made. By communicating effectively, individuals are able to argue effectively and discuss their competing points of views. In addition, effective communication leads to meetings that are
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