Leadership Ethics Of Occupational Therapy

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OCTH 660: Leadership & Ethics in Occupational Therapy S-LPI and Strengths Reflection and Analysis Describe and Reflect: • Personal Leadership Strengths and Domains. When it comes to leadership strengths and domains I felt that the strength finder did a nice job of identifying my qualities. My top three strength finder results were relator, harmony, and restorative. My favorite quality and the one that I associate most with when it comes to personal leadership strengths is relator. I take pride in being able to form strong relationships with others based on trust and shared experiences. Personally, I feel that I combine relator and harmony when I have interactions with others, and groups. I like to understand their thought process, what…show more content…
These qualities in combination are what give me potential to be a strong leader. • Related to your S-LPI results list the practice areas in which you scored the highest and lowest. Describe your top 5 (highest ranking) leadership behaviors, as well as your 5 lowest ranking behaviors. My top five S-LPI behaviors were: set personal example, actively listen to diverse viewpoints, follow through on promises, treat others with respect, and express appreciation for people 's contributions. 1. I feel that setting a personal example is such an important part of being a leader. The group watches your behavior and if you are a leader who puts in the time and effort to get things done, or help others, then I believe your followers will mirror that behavior. 2. Being able to actively listen to diverse viewpoints is important because it promotes creativity and change, which I believe is necessary to keep things relevant. 3. Following through on promises as a leader is what builds trust and a rapport with your members. They are willing to work hard because they know you will fulfill a promise that rewards their efforts. 4. Treating each member with respect is the best way to receive respect as a leader. 5. Finally, as a leader you have to acknowledge your members efforts, and contributions. This stimulates a member’s intrinsic motivation to do well, and ensures that they do not become burn
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