hcs475 | undergraduate
Leadership And Performance Development
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Explain leadership theories.
- Differentiate between leadership and management.
- Examine the relationship between personal characteristics and leadership effectiveness.
Role of the Leader
- Examine different Leadership Styles.
- Analyze roles and responsibilities of leaders within health care organizations.
- Identify tools for motivating and empowering staff.
- Explain the importance of accountability.
- Explain the role of leadership in creating an effective work group.
- Explain the leaderâs role in conflict management.
- Construct a change management plan.
Processes and Considerations for Leaders
- Analyze the responsibility of the leader in the delegation process.
- Analyze the problem-solving process.
- Explain the elements of decision making for managers and leaders within health care organizations.
- Analyze ethical considerations in leadership within health care.
Building for Leadership
- Analyze positive modeling and mentorship.
- Analyze personal leadership philosophy.
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