Leadership in Healthcare APA Style Question
***A Note About Discussions in Weeks 2–7***
In the discussion for weeks 2–7, you will assume a leadership role and look at various situations within the work environment. While you realize that in the real world you will not be assigned to a leadership position immediately upon graduation, this is the time to begin thinking about how you will handle difficult circumstances with coworkers and leaders.
As you put yourself in the role of leader, imagine how you would like that person to be when you are a new health administrator employee.
Discussion Prompt 1-3 Paragraphs
As the new emergency department leader at Sunrise General, discuss ways in which you can develop and implement strategies to increase interprofessional collaboration. Remember to include not only areas of concern, but also resources that can be used to build a collaborative team.
Support your ideas with at least one scholarly source (you may use your text) and use terminology you learned this week. Cite and reference your sources using APA Style.
Part 2 (Please Separate this part to a different Word Document) APA style 7th edition (Please add clear introduction and Conclusion at the end)
Week 5 Assignment: Cohesiveness and Collaboration Paper
Objective: Explain how cohesiveness and collaboration affect teams and leaders.
Instructions: Download and read the following case study
After reading the case study:
- Explain the problem as it relates to cohesiveness and collaboration.
- Discuss the possibility of groupthink. Do you think it applies to this case? Explain your reasoning.
- Finally, take a position. What do you think should have been done from a leadership perspective? Explain your reasoning.
Create a one- to two-page paper in APA Style. Include a title page and a reference list. You must cite and reference at least one source. You may use your textbook as a source.
For some assignments, your textbook may be used as a reference. The APA Style for your text is:
- Dye, C. F. (2017). Leadership in healthcare: Essential values and skills (3rd ed.). Health Services Administration Press.