Leadership and Group Collaboration Letter
Assessments 1 and 2 are scenario-based, so you must complete them in the order in which they are presented.
Leadership is an integral element in any job, regardless of the work title. However, it is important to recognize that leadership is not just one single skill; instead, success in leadership depends on a broad range of skills, among them decision making, collaboration, and communication.
SHOW LESSBy successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
- Competency 1: Apply qualities, skills and practices used by effective healthcare leaders.
- Describe the leadership qualities desirable for the proposed project.
- Compare one’s own leadership skills against those of a chosen health care leader.Leadership and Group Collaboration Letter
- Explain one’s role as project leader, using approaches from a selected leadership model.
- Competency 2: Apply practices that facilitate effective interprofessional collaboration.
- Describe an approach to effectively facilitate collaboration among a professional team.
- Competency 4: Produce clear, coherent, and professional written work, in accordance with Capella’s writing standards.
- Address assignment purpose in a well-organized text, incorporating appropriate evidence and tone in grammatically sound sentences.
The resources provided here are optional. You may use other resources of your choice to prepare for this assessment; however, you will need to ensure that they are appropriate, credible, and valid. The NHS-FP5004 – Collaboration, Communication, and Case Analysis for Health Care Master’s Learners Library Guide can help direct your research, and the Supplemental Resources and Research Resources, both linked from the left navigation menu in your courseroom, provide additional resources to help support you.Leadership and Group Collaboration Letter
Read the following resources on leadership characteristics and styles:
- Cote, R. (2017). Vision of effective leadership. Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, 14(4), 52–63.
- Delmatoff, J., & Lazarus, I. R. (2014). The most effective leadership style for the new landscape of healthcare. Journal of Healthcare Management, 59(4), 245?249.
- Eriksen, M., & Cooper, K. (2018). On developing responsible leaders. The Journal of Management Development, 37(6), 470–479.
- Hewes, R. (2017). Top ten traits of effective leaders. Retrieved from http://www.amanet.org/training/articles/top-ten-tr…
- Reed, S. (2017). Five key attributes of leadership. Health Care Registration, 26(12), 4–7.
The textbook references below provide additional background.Leadership and Group Collaboration Letter
- Rubino, L. G., Esparza, S. J., & Reid Chassiakos, Y. S. (2020). New leadership for today’s health care professionals: Concepts and cases (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning. Available in the courseroom via the VitalSource Bookshelf link.
- Chapter 1, “A Call for New Leadership in Health Care.”
- View Leadership Self-Assessment.
- This self-assessment instrument will help you better understand your own leadership style, which is your perception of how leadership should be. Awareness of your style and recognition of the styles of others can help you more effectively strategize how you perform your leadership duties and how you manage situations from a leadership position.
Working together is essential to meet the demands of health care. Professionals must collaborate, share ideas, and look for ways to continually improve quality and safety.Leadership and Group Collaboration Letter
- Embree, J. L., Wagnes, L., Hendricks, S., LaMothe, J., Halstead, J., & Wright, L. (2018). Empowering nurses to lead interprofessional collaborative practice environments through a nurse leadership institute. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 49(2), 61–71.
- Okpala, P. (2018). Balancing quality healthcare services and costs through collaborative leadership. Journal of Healthcare Management, 63(6), E148–E157.
NHS Learner Success Lab
The NHS Learner Success Lab is a Capella resource specifically created for learners in NHS programs. It allows you to access degree-specific content and use the academic resources that are tied to learner success. It is also the place where you are encouraged to:
- Discover the key learner success resources offered by the Capella Writing Center and Career Center.
- Take time to view Videos for Success, such as Time Management, and Commencement.
- View the Learner Success Blogs written by learners, faculty, and staff for helpful tips.
- Participate in Capella community building and collaboration with peers.Leadership and Group Collaboration Letter
All learners in your program have direct access to the NHS Learner Success Lab through links in first course courseroom. While these resources have been developed specifically to support and engage first course learners, this resource will be accessible and beneficial throughout your academic journey