Riverbend City

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17u4d1 - Riverbend City Debrief/17u5d2-Team Project Update/17u6d1-Cohesion, Inclusion, and Identity/17-u7d1-Riverbend City Debrief
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17u4d1 - Riverbend City Debrief/17u5d2-Team Project Update/17u6d1-Cohesion, Inclusion, and Identity/17-u7d1-Riverbend City Debrief
The following essay focuses on Riverbend City Debrief and team project update, that is, cohesion, inclusion and identity after a trail derailment that resulted in a catastrophe.
17u4d1 - Riverbend City Debrief
Nurses with difficulty integrating into the team Actually, there two nurses who have a problem integrating into the team. The first is Brandi Button, the respiratory therapist. In the first case, she cannot accommodate the opinion of other team
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17u5d2-Team Project Update Strengths of my team My team has a number of strengths. First of all, it is the flexibility of majority of team members, thereby creating an effective team. The team members, although they come from different units, they are capable of accommodating each other’s views resulting in a strong team. In addition, the communication channels are kept clear in the team (Cameron, Harbison, Lambert & Dickson, 2012). In the case of any problem or issue, every team member is free to direct it to the right. Hence, a lot of conflicts are avoided. Challenges faced during the process of building the team During the team formation, a number of challenges manifested. Firstly, it was the fact that there were nurses from other units. Hence, there were fears that they may not be well informed with procedures undertaken in our unit. However, this challenged was effectively addressed by assigning the nurses from other units a nurse from our unit to help her during the emergency period. The other challenge was different personalities among the nurses. Some nurses especially from the surgical units seemed to down look others from other units such as labor and delivery. However, this problem was solved by addressing the members on the need of putting all our differences aside and working as a team to help the patients (Cameron, Harbison, Lambert & Dickson, 2012).

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