EPSLO 3: Formulate decisions based on nursing, judgment and collaboration with the inter-professional team to achieve quality patient outcomes.
In your Journal summarize personal and professional achievements and accomplishments that you have completed throughout the baccalaureate nursing program at EC that refer to EPSLO 3: Formulate decisions based on nursing, judgment and collaboration with the inter-professional team to achieve quality patient outcomes.
Attach a minimum of at least two examples of your work that supports EPSLO 3 noted above. Save your Journal entry as your Self-Appraisal for each module in your word document. The professor will request that you submit your journal entries for informal feedback at the end of each module. A Title page of this assignment with a summary of accomplishments (no more than 2 pages in length) is required with attached files as supportive evidence for each EPSLO. A minimum of one or two examples is required to support each EPSLO.
* please incorporate some of the information from the attachment.Running head: LEADERSHIP ACTIVITY / M7A1 6
LEADERSHIP ACTIVITY / M7A1 9

Leadership Characteristics and Style

As to leadership characteristics, Bradberry’s (2019) definition states “Leadership is a process of social influence which maximizes the efforts of others toward the achievement of a greater good”. The author dismisses the assumption of “greater good” due to the fact that throughout history and even in the current state of affairs, as it applies to the process of social influence, some leaders have do not necessarily work towards achievement of the “great good”. Indeed, in many cases social influence is used for selfish objectives and gains. However, some traits or characteristics of leadership that are considered good by Brian Tracy (2020) are vision, honesty, humility, courage, integrity, focus, and strategic planning. Both Bradley (2019) and Tracy (2020), do not make mention any special qualities for leadership such as social status, age, gender etc., other than you have these traits or characteristics.
According to Frandsen (2014), in nursing there are 5 types or leadership styles; Servant, Transformational, Authoritarian or Autocratic, Democratic, and Laissez-faire. Servant leadership is characterized by making sure that the needs of the team are satisfied with the entire team having input in decisions. Transformational leadership uses motivation, inspiration and a collaborative approach to decision making as well. Authoritarian or Autocratic leadership is hierarchical and uses an approach where the leader makes all the decisions without input from the team. Democratic leadership uses the approach of teamwork combined with and responsibilities on the part of team members as to the work that is done. The Laissez-faire type leadership style uses a hands-off approach with little to no leadership (Frandsen, 2014).

Leadership Style and Meeting 1

At Meeting 1, which was a virtual town hall hosted by the New York State Nurses Association on March 18, 2020, the major focus was on the ramifications of the COVID-19 on nurses and other health care workers (HCW). For the most part, the authoritarian style of leadership was used because information from people such as front line nurses and elected leaders were disseminated. However, there were aspects of transactional leadership because despite it al, there was we will survive messaging although the statistical data was sobering. Democratic leadership as far as information dissemination was also used because we were reminded of our responsibilities based on our position in leadership (nurse manager, charge nurse etc.) and were able to call in with questions and comments on information received.

Leadership Style and Meeting 2

The Clinical Outreach meeting held on March 25.2020 was a COVID-1Organization sponsoring meeting

Meeting one

NYSNA

Meeting two

Clinician outreach and communication activity (CDC)

Meeting three

Clinician outreach and communication activity (CDC)

Meeting Name and Date

Virtual Town Hall: Capital Region healthcare crisis/ and 03/18/2020

COVID-19 Update: Optimization Strategies for Healthcare Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Wednesday March 25.2020

Clinical Management of Critically Ill Adults with Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Thursday, April 2, 2020

Meeting Purpose

COVID-19: what are the latest updates to keep our communities safe?

Preparedness: Hear from frontline nurses about the protocols and protections that are in place to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.

Will enough nurses be there to answer the call? Hear how understaffing impacts patient care in a time of healthcare crisis.
· Patient and Nurse Safety: What are hospitals doing to prevent violence in our community hospitals?

During this COCA Call, presenters will provide a COVID-19 update and discuss strategies for healthcare facilities to optimize personal protective equipment (PPE) supplies such as eye protection, isolation gowns, facemasks, and N95 respirators.

For clinicians to provide an overview of the clinical characteristics of COVID-19 patients, including case presentations of critically ill adults and clinical management challenges, and summarize recently published guidelines on clinical management of critically ill adults

Meeting Setting, identify if virtual or in person

Virtual Town Hall

COCA CALLS/WEBINARS

COCA CALLS
WEBINARS

Health care issue

Update for COVID 19, Facility Preparedness, Will enough nurses be there to answer the call? and Patient and Nurse Safety: 

COVID-19 Update: Optimization Strategies for Healthcare Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Clinical Management of Critically Ill Adults with Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Meeting Leader, title, and responsibility

Assembly members Phil Steck and Pat Fahy will co-host this important virtual town hall meeting addressing COVID-19

Nancy Messonnier, MD
Director, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention LCDR Grace D. Appiah, MD, MS (USPHS)
COVID-19 Health System-Worker Safety Task Force Clinical Team
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Michael Bell, MD
Deputy Director of Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention David T. Kuhar, MD
COVID-19 Hospital Infection Prevention Team Lead
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention David T. Kuhar, MD
COVID-19 Hospital Infection Prevention Team Lead
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

CAPT Tim Uyeki, MD
Clinical Team Lead
COVID-19 Response
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Michael Bundesmann, MD, FCCP
Medical Director of Respiratory Therapy
Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, EvergreenHealth
Kirkland, WA
Waleed Alhazzani, MD, MSc, FRCPC
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