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Vision and Power of Leaders
- Determine appropriate organizational and employee performance measures that that successful mentors and coaches use.
- Analyze the positive and negative applications of power.
- Create a personal definition of leadership that reflects essential elements.
- Describe the key elements of mentoring and coaching in a health care environment.
- Analyze the concept of followership and the impact on leader relationships.
- Describe empowerment strategies used by health care leaders.
- Analyze the benefits of interdisciplinary healthcare relationships.
Decision-Making in Leadership
- Identify problem-solving models used in health care.
- Examine leadership qualities involved in risk taking.
- Propose a process health care leaders can use to promote organizational change.
- Examine the social and cultural issues that leaders face.
- Analyze the ethical responsibilities of a leader in the health care environment.
Leadership of the Future
- Examine the essential characteristics needed for future heath care leaders.
Theories and Models of Leadership
- Identify the different skill sets for leaders in health care in the 21st century.
- Discuss the various types of leadership theory and how they apply to health care.
- Examine the essential elements of health care leadership.
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