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NR 504 Week 3 Discussion Essay: Complexity Communication
Discussion Essay: Complexity Communication
The following is a quote from James Humes—“The art of communication is the language of leadership.”
Porter-O’Grady and Malloch (2015) noted the presence of complexity communication. Critical listening, critical questioning, and critical thinking were each identified as an element of complexity communication. Select two of the three elements and discuss how the element applies to leadership within healthcare and strategies to incorporate the element as part of one’s leadership skills.
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Step into a Leadership Whirlwind by clicking on the icon below. After listening to the “Whirlwind” identify two issues and develop a specific plan that would facilitate improvement for C.J. Your plan requires scholarly support for the actions as well as providing C.J. information useful for improvement.
Peer response: For the peer response, you assume the role of C.J.’s immediate supervisor who must review and approve the improvement plan. You need to select a peer’s initial posting, review the suggested plan, provide feedback regarding the stated plan, and you must add one different technique/action to improve the identified plan.
Essentials of Leadership
A leader has the ability to combine commitment for improvement with knowledge regarding how to exercise influence and engage support (Dickson & Tholl, 2014). In the areas of nursing and public health, the focus is on improving health. Porter-O’Grady and Malloch (2015) noted several major tasks of 21st-century healthcare leaders. Applying essentials of leadership, select two (2) tasks from the following list of tasks and discuss how you would exercise influence and engage support for each of your selected tasks.
Deconstructing the barriers and structures of the 20th century
Alerting staff about the implications of changing what they do
Establishing safety around taking risks and experimenting
Embracing new technologies as a way of doing work
Reading the signposts along the road to the future
Translating the emerging reality of health reform into language that the staff can use
Demonstrating personal engagement with health reform
Helping others adapt to the demands of a value-driven health system
Creating a safe milieu for the struggles and pain of changing practice and service
Enumerating small successes as a basis for supporting staff. Discussion Essay: Complexity Communication