Reflect upon the learning that you have accomplished throughout the previous weeks, and assess your achievement of each of the five course outcomes.
- CO 1: Discern leadership approaches that facilitate achievement of health outcomes through interprofessional collaborative practice within micro-, meso-, and macro-level systems.
- CO 2: Appraise the role of the MSN-prepared nurse to lead safe, efficient, ethical, high-quality, person-centered healthcare across complex systems.
- CO 3: Integrate communication modalities that convey cultural humility, value the diverse nature of individuals, and cultivate healthful work environments.
- CO 4: Apply change and leadership theories to plan sustainable, evidence-based quality improvement within an atmosphere that supports care for self and others.
- CO 5: Recognize individual strengths and opportunities for enhancement regarding leadership characteristics reflective of a MSN-prepared nurse.
For each course outcome, explain the learning that you accomplished. Include at least specific learning activity or assignment that contributed to your achievement of that outcome, and explain how it supported your learning.
Conclude with your plans for continued professional development of leadership competency within your future MSN role.
Include current, peer-reviewed scholarly support (outside of class resources) to validate your work.
CO 1: Discern leadership approaches that facilitate achievement of health outcomes through interprofessional collaborative practice within micro-, meso-, and macro-level systems. Each level of an organization micro, meso, and macro work together to form an environment conducive to adequate patient care. There are several leadership approaches that facilitate this achievement. One leadership approach is performed by the transformational leader. The transformational leader is persuasive in their attempts to influence other’s behaviors and improve individual as well as organizational practice. The transformational leader is one that can emulate positivity and collaboration on all levels as they emulate the vision of the organization while supporting the individual and allowing them to be a part of the process (Richter et al., 2016). During week 1 we discussed different leadership styles. Within the week’s discussion we reflected on how the different leadership styles impact the individual, teams, organizations, and communities; this discussion shed light on how different leadership styles work toward interprofessional collaboration….Kindly click the purchase icon to purchase the full solution at $5