Leadership Theories In this section you will choose one of the following

Leadership theories in this section you will choose

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Leadership TheoriesIn this section you will choose one of the following leadership theories and discuss (1) how this leadership theory is relevant to your strategy, and (2) how you will use this theory in developing your team:transactional leadershiptransformational leadershipemotional leadershiptraditional leadershipYou must discuss how the leadership theory applies to your project.Implementation of Strategy
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Organizational Leadership 8The directions in this section required a detailed discussion of how the team will work together to implement the strategy that identifies the weakness chosen earlier in the paper (in C1). The rubric requests that the discussion clearly identifies steps to collaboratively implement the strategy, including team member and individual responsibilities, and is relevant to the weakness identified in the PFCC.Communication to OrganizationAs team members you are representing the entire organization. So, how will you communicate the work you are doing to the rest of the organization? For example, what method will you use to inform the members of the organization the plan, progress, and outcomes of the strategy you are implementing? Tools for the TeamTeam members all come to the table with different strengths. Through self-assessment, a team can assign duties that match individual strengths. This section is asking you to identify anddiscuss a specific tool to develop the team’s assessment skills. There are multiples tools listed within the texts and articles. Your book talks about emotional intelligence, communication techniques, and other tools. The tool you chose must include Self-Assessment and Self-Reflections elements. Tools such as the Keirsey Temperament Sorter or Meyer’s Briggs assessment will work. Both are excellent examples of self-assessment tools.
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Organizational Leadership 9ReferencesClark, A. P. (2017). A Paradigm Shift for Patient/Family-Centered Care in Intensive Care Units: Bring in the Family. Critical Care Nurse, 37(2), 96-99. doi:10.4037/ccn2017142Lor, M., Crooks, N., & Tluczek, A. (2016). Article: A proposed model of person-, family-, and culture-centered nursing care. Nursing Outlook, 64352-366 doi:10.1016/j.outlook.2016.02.006Hooper, V. D. (2008). Patient-family centered care: are we there yet?. Journal Of Perianesthesia Nursing: Official Journal Of The American Society Of Perianesthesia Nurses, 23(6), 440-442. Doi:10.1016/j.jopan.2008.10.001Tidwell, Tracy, Jessica, Edwards, Emily Snider, Connie Lindsey, Ann Reed, Iva Scroggins, Christy Zarski, and Joe Brigance. 2011. “A nursing pilot study on bedside reporting to promote best practice and patient/family-centered care.” The Journal of Neuroscience Nursing: Journal of the American Association Of Neuroscience Nurses 43, no. 4: E1-E5. MEDLINE Complete, EBSCOhost (accessed December 4, 2017).
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