A third strength of my leadership practice is my ability to meet the goals of the organization in a timely matter. The trust that I have for our CEO allows me to challenge any of my assignments enough to clarify the needed outcomes and then I become fully supportive. With the weakened state of the healthcare systems across the nation, it is imperative that my team and I are responsive and quick to take action when called upon. The fact of the
According to the outcome of critical incidents integrated with Belbin and The Dynamic Indicators test report. It was summarized that my major strengths are: take responsibility for the things I am doing, self-motivated, have clear mind to achieve the objectives, able to manage details and efficiently to make things through step by step as well as continual put effects until the jobs well done. In contrast, my key weakness
Some of the greatest strengths I discovered was using the microscope. I had the hardest time using the microscope at first, but toward the middle of the semester I was able to detect a kidney infection in a fellow classmate by observing the person's urine specimen through the microscope. Some of my other strengths are documenting. I truly enjoy documenting. Another strength I have found I possessed was running an EKG. At first I also had a hard time doing this but after I practiced alot it became easier for me. Just like strengths everyone has weaknesses. I have determined that there are areas that I do have some weaknesses in. One of my weak areas are venipunctures and capillary punctures. I have a great amount of venipunctures left to do due to the fact I seem to have a problem with removing the needle in the same manner that it went in. I have trouble in conducting capillary punctures not in performing the puncture itself but in obtaining the speciment. I think the reason that I am weak in this area is because of the technique by which I am conducting these skills, but just as I have worked to overcome the other issues that are my strengths, I will work to overcome these weak
These mistakes are the core to my weakness as a person. More than often, I overestimate my workload and take on too many responsibilities that at times causes me stress and inconvenience. Not being able to correctly judge work I need to put into each project at times clouded my judgements. “She is too a realist and realizes and understands that some weaknesses are positive if we embrace them because they allow us to become dependent upon our friends, family and teachers.” I have never allowed my weaknesses to make me feel insecure or intimidated; I listen, observe and serve with an entrepreneurial mindset. I have learned to not only listen to what others have to say, but also ask focused questions to determine how I can later use that knowledge, grow in my knowledge of myself and contribute to those around me.I have held significant leadership roles on campus including president of freshman class, president of the speech and debate club and team leader in sea perch competitions, these activities have not defined my true value as a leader. “She is intellectually curious, socially responsible and demonstrates daily the moral character required to serve in key leadership positions during her 4 years at
A 2 B Weaknesses in Personal Leadership Practice Lack of Authority: my first weakness of Servant leader is the lack of authority, When the employee sees me catering for their needs extremely, they no longer see me as an authoritative fire. It's my responsibility to push them for a better performance but some of them are using this to minimize my authority as a leader. I see my self losing my sense of authority and stepping back into my role as their manager is always difficult when I rendered some kind of assistance to them. I found it difficult to detach from employee whenever there is a task assigned to them and this is making me to combine their own responsibilities with mine resulting to overworking myself.
The final recommendation in addressing the third weakness, which is the lack of confidence and courage to speak up against wrong counsel or decisions made by senior management, is to learn the art of conflict management. It has taking me years to fully grasp my role as a Human Resources professional and to take pride in my knowledge and skills. That however does not change the fact that at times I don’t feel empowered to stand up or speak up when senior management is asking me to do something that I know is wrong or the timing is wrong. I was hired to create and build a strong function HR department, to keep up with current federal, state, and local laws, to protect the company from legal issues and possible litigation. Understanding what is
EEG signals can be used effectively to study the mental states and ailments related to the brain. The inherent issues with the EEG signal are that it is highly nonlinear in nature and its visual interpreta-tions are tedious and subjective prone to inter-observer variations. To help researchers better analyze EEG signals, we have presented various signal analysis techniques de-noising, feature extraction, classification methods in this review. Our key focus in this review was on epilepsy detection, Epi-lepsy is one of the most common neurological conditions and one of the least understood. In this regard, we have summarized the findings of many epilepsy activity classification techniques that use EEG as the base signal. The review demonstrates
My primary weakness is my lack of concern for paradigm/structure. Operating within the boundaries give me a structure of my left and right limits. Any decision to operate outside those boundaries may yield a result that may not be approved because it’s outside of limits or regulations resulting in loss time. Additionally, not all things have to be fixed if not broke it may not need fixing.
For being a candidate for the health field there are some weaknesses that are affecting me to complete my goal. The first type of weakness that I have is being shy. This means to me that it is hard for me to keep a good conversation with my peers. The second type of weakness that I have is confidence in what I do. This mean to me that it is hard for me to know that I can do anything because in healthcare I don’t want to do anything wrong. The third and final weaknesses that I have is assertiveness. I never know this word was around until someone told me about it. Assertiveness means that I have the terrible of being firm with my decisions and not let other influence the person I truly am inside.
Throughout all my accomplishments and disappointments, I have never deviated from my three standards of success which are determination, hard work and reliability. Often times in my professional career there were more monkey wrenches thrown at me than I could possibly handle; however, I have never been the one to back down from a challenge, thus my sheer determination to succeed in any tasks that were passed my way, allowed me to not only get the tasks completed in an efficient manner, but also helped me to ensure there was 100% accuracy in the completion of all tasks that were assigned. In order to meet the determination standard of success I was prepared to do anything in order to get the job done, even if it meant me working until 8pm or
After he develops the trust and respect needed as the leader over the ED, then he can start to address some of the operational deficiencies. In contrast to his "all at once" initial attempt, maybe Dr. Grant can gain some managerial momentum by gaining some small wins within the department. Instead of revamping complete throughput processes, Dr. Grant should focus on small pieces at a time. If registration seems to be a concern, start by learning the registration process, gain insight and knowledge, and slowly look for ways to improve. In fact, he might find that taking time to understand the entire ED experience of the patient from registration to discharge, will help him truly understand the operations of the department, further helping him manage the change he and his department leaders feel is necessary.
There are many challenges that James Byers believes are currently facing him as a manager and supervisor in his professional role. The biggest challenge facing James on a day to day basis is convincing everyone in the organization to go in one singular direction and bring uniformity and consistency to existing processes and guidelines. Having to manage up and across various group dynamics to bring cohesion and cohesiveness to processes that he currently oversees is challenging in his role as a supervisor. James could not go into much detail on his current challenges due to a recent reorganization of several departments at Medtronic. James continually stressed that the biggest challenge facing him and many managers and supervisors on his level have to do with uniformity. The challenge of unifying and streamlining processes across multiple departments and therapies within a large corporation will always be a challenge. Process uniformity challenges will always be a factor because everyone works and thinks
To help me with these weaknesses, I have three action items that will help the new consultants and myself become more successful. Per Kathleen Ross, “One idea to leadership actions is to unleash human potential by challenging people’s minds and engaging their hearts.” This quote really stuck out to me because that is my main goal with working with my consultants. I want to make an impact on them by being a role model while still challenging them to get better. When I was a new consultant, the one thing that taught me the most was when I made mistakes. I was usually embarrassed and ready to get better, so I always learned from my mistakes. My first weakness when leading people is that I never let the consultants make mistakes. Per Marlene Ollie, “Encouraging effective team work is one action to leading people.” I read this and thought to myself, I am so stupid. Teamwork is the best way to get feedback from their peers. One action item for myself is that I am going to Encourage effective team work. I am going to have each consultant listen in on another consultant’s call. That consultant not leading the call will be giving the feedback for what they did well at and what they need to work on. The one gap to this action is that the consultant giving the feedback wouldn’t know what to look for. Even with this gap, there is a lot of potential for great feedback. The outcome is that I would not be in the