better ways to improve the process simplify the system reducing the amount of

Better ways to improve the process simplify the

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better ways to improve the process, simplify the system, reducing the amount of friction and road blocks that delay the health care process. Actively listen to what the patients are saying they need. Potential Challenges or Barriers Keirsey temperament sorter discusses four types of temperaments, two different communication styles, and two different action styles. Each with their own strengths and weakness. As a guardian, I believe in doing what’s right within reason. I believe goals need to be accomplished without breaking too many rules or any laws. I find it a struggle to work with artisans. Artisans want to get the job done at all cost. At the expense of anything and everything. They seem at times to be over zealous and hurried. Guidelines and rules are in place to make sure the job gets done without harming others. I feel that artisans approach can be reckless in getting task done. I am a concrete thinker. I want to know the facts without the fluff. The more of
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PROFESSIONAL PRESENCE AND INFLUENCE 9 the what, who, where and how I know the better I feel about completely a task. Those who think more abstract tend to frustrate me with their flight of ideas. The “what ifs”. The abstract thinkers (rational) I have worked with seem to have a hard time focusing on the task at hand. They start discussing the issue and get side tracked to a completely different subject wasting time on a side note. In analysis of myself. I know I can be too black and white sometimes. There are times that I need to step back from the task and review others ideas on how to solve it. I have learned it takes all kinds of people in this world to make it work. There are those that are concrete, some that are abstract, some that are methodical, and some are idealistic. It takes input from each type of character to ensure that the best outcome is achieved. Mindfulness Practice Whole Person Goals According to Koerner (2011), “To offer a safe and open space for deep self-reflection, we must know our own authentic self.” (p.18) In order for a nurse to holistically take care of patient. She must first know herself. Self-reflection is a powerful observation of one’s self entailing the good and bad. As a nurse I must fully understand my weakness, strengths, beliefs, convictions, and moral dilemmas. Once I can truly understand my mind, body and soul. I can fully devote myself to my practice. I have to maintain my “whole person” in a well balance positive way; setting goals and maintain those goals to achieve my optimal performance. Four aspects of my “whole person” are physical being, vital/rhythmic being, mental/emotional body, and biographical/spiritual body. Each part is equally important for me to perform at my best. Goals for each: Physical: Maintain my health. 1. Sleep, I must ensure I get enough sleep to function at my work and school having a set alert 30 minutes prior to going to
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PROFESSIONAL PRESENCE AND INFLUENCE 10 sleep keeps me mindful on when to stop. 2. Keep my routine weekly
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