Part 1: Individual

  • Identity your leadership style and personality typology using the following instruments:
    • Blake and Mouton Managerial Grid: Leadership Self-Assessement Questionnaire: https://www.bumc.bu.edu/facdev-medicine/files/2010/10/Leadership-Matrix-Self-Assessment-Questionnaire.pdf
    • Personality Typology Profile: http://www.humanmetrics.com/personality/type
  • Discuss the dominant leadership style and personality type of each group member and compare the similarities and differences related to the steps of the communication cycle/feedback loop.

Solution

My leadership style is that of a team leader, which does fit me in looking back to when I was in charge of /had preceptor roles and supervising units. Some years ago, I was hired as a supervisor of a floor at a long-term care facility that had not had any consistent supervisor for several years, and the CNAs were used to running the floor. They did not want me there and made it known. After a mini-breakdown, I realized I was in charge, and I would be able to turn the floor around. I did not go in like a bull in a China shop, as I felt I should observe and see what they were about first. I did have a staff meeting early on where I set my expectations clearly and the disciplinary action that would occur, and I followed through. I expected them to….Kindly click the purchase icon to purchase the full solution at $5

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