When referring to the communication skills in the medical field, NG Barakat states, “Good interpersonal communication can lead to many aspects such as a creating a friendly environment, improve productivity among staff, effective time management, improvement in patient care, etc.” (interpersonal skills). Interpersonal communication is a skill nurses will need to master to have a successful career; which is why negative feedback is crucial to improving weak communication skills. Personally, Interpersonal
On another note, no individual is without fault, myself included. As I self-reflect, I will identify some areas in need of improvement. As these areas are identified, strategies can be developed to improve my leadership skills as a servant leader. I have always been one to choose my battles carefully, and this might be directly related to that too nice issue mentioned earlier. This can sometimes prove a challenge. As discussed previously, the clinical manager and I can sometimes disagree with each
academic growth as a writer. Like every other writer, I have both strengths and weaknesses. I rarely experience difficulty when it comes to grammar, putting my thoughts onto paper, and researching. However, deciding what to write about and writing analytical papers are some of my weaknesses I have yet to overcome. Throughout my years in school, I have managed to figure out my strengths and weaknesses, and continue to work to improve both. Since starting high school, I have found myself having less
of myself as a learner has changed from the beginning of the semester until now. While before I thought my orientation as a learner was focused on the right direction, today I realize it wasn’t. Learning where I was wrong, contributed this change. EDP helped me realize what I was doing wrong and gave me the tools to fix it. I learned that as an individual, I have the power to be successful despite the internal and external factors I face. It is only a matter of facing challenges with a growth mindset
this assignment, I found a great improvement in my behavior. Although I did not completely mastered the art of socializing nor do I feel completely comfortable with my surrounds at this point in time, I believe that I have come a long way from where I started. I realized my goals were more attainable by making them more realistic pertaining to my capabilities. By adjusting my goals I was able to surpass them and then set new goals to continually challenge myself along the way. For example, one of
my own expectations, such as my writing exams and assessments, I believe I overcame my comfort zone and I created more opportunities for myself and my PIE. I have supported myself and my PIE in every aspect. I experienced many challenges due to many issues regarding assignments or exams, but it is evident that I have shown growth through my academic improvements and work ethics. I strongly believe that I deserve an A- because I have proved my understanding throughout this semester. From the beginning
leader, allowing one to identify limitations in leadership style to develop and improve upon leadership skills. Leadership Self-Assessment Utilizing the AONE Nurse Executive Competencies Assessment, I identified strengths and areas of potential growth. Using the assessment as a guideline, I can focus on areas that need to be improved upon the most to develop into a better leader. When completing the assessment, I considered my role and performance as a registered nurse (RN) working in the intensive
personality and leadership style, everyone needs to analyze themselves and need to improve their qualities and performance. Every human being reflects on one’s own actions as it is an essential characteristic of an individual as it seeks constant growth. Such type of thought process helps an individual to prove himself as an effective leader. According to Lussier and Achua, Effective leader are essentially the influencers and asses their own behavior and actions to set an example in the society.
Throughout my life and career, I have prided myself on looking at all the angles, listening with intent to comprehend verses respond, and proving thought provoking advice that challenges individuals to use their mind when dealing with any situations. Until recently, I was unaware there was a concept to describe that approach. This concept is known as Intellectual Stimulation and is my current leadership style. According to Noncommissioned Officer Academy Distance Learning Course 15, intellectual
profession, you need to continuously seek knowledge to see growth and better yourself in order to be great at what you do. This is especially true for education. Our society and students are forever changing meaning that their way of learning will continue to change as well. Like Pat Riley said “If you’re not getting better you’re getting worse”; thus, it is important to be engaged and committed to looking for ways to improve the classroom, myself as a professional or to learn new strategies.