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Strategic Leadership in Healthcare

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Strategic leadershipinhealthcare
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION..........................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................3Critical analyses and evaluation of organisation's leadership................................................3Evaluation on identifying ways in which NHS can address gap in its leadership style andapproaches..............................................................................................................................5TASK 2............................................................................................................................................9Reflection...............................................................................................................................9TASK 3..........................................................................................................................................10SMART OBJECTIVES........................................................................................................10CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONIn today's context health care organisation are aliening with collective leadership actionin alleviatinghealth parties. peace with various rapid changes in technology and leadershipmanagement in health care (Kash and et. al., 2014). In this report, organisation chosen isNational Health services, a public funded national health care system. It is one of the largestsingle health care system in worldwide which is funded through government funding anddepartment of health and social care. This report is going to demonstrate critical understandingof strategy and evaluation of organisation leadership by using tools and techniques with the helpof contemporary research data. Eventually, identifying ways in which an organisation canaddressgrabby various leadership style and approach. Moreover, providing a short reflective onleadership style that has impacted within workplace.TASK 1Critical analyses and evaluation of organisation's leadershipA hospital or health care facilities are unique in environment as its main priority is toprovide day to day security operation and making it easier for management and staff to focus ontheir core responsibilities towards patience. Moreover, leaders in healthcare security are onlyknown for adhere in all regularities standards as well as need to ensure that all security officersreceives appropriate training session in order to follows strands in an effective manner.Additionally, healthcare departments are working together with security leaders in order tomaintain collaborative relationship with each other department to ensure collaboration(Cunningham, Salomone and Wielgus, 2015). Herein, National Health services are adoptingvarious key tools and theories for their organisation culture, model and structure which aredetermined below:Transactional analysis:Transactional analysis refers topsychoanalytic process inwhich inter personnel behaviour of human are studiedThis model usually talks about thepersonal growth and personal change by identifying behaviour of an individual by understandingor altering them to solve the emotional problems. It helps to analyse one's interaction andcommunication with a specific purpose of establishing or reinforcing an idea that each individualis valuable and have capacity for positive change and personal growth. Transactional analysis are
defined with several model that help in explaining formed relationship within individuals as aresult on interaction which are described below:Johari window:Johari window is a creation that enable an individual to develop trust withinindividual by disclosing information about each and every services that are provided by NationalHealthcare services. Moreover, it is divided into four parts which are as follows:Open self:The open self is characterised where an individual is open and straightforward about himself and others such as what actives are done and what are its intension(Swanwick and McKimm, 2017). Herein, context to NHS a leader should be open self in hisactivities so that an effective decision can be taken.Blind self:This self indicates that an individual is known to other but know by himself.It usually happens when an individual has some significant personalities science its childhood. Ifa leader in context to NHS is not know to himself then it will not be able to coupe up with theaims and objectives in an appropriate manner.Hidden self:Herein, an individual keeps his feelings ideas and thoughts to himself anddo not disclose with others. If an leader is note able to express it thoughts to its team or anindividual than it will not able to perform its roles and responsibilities in an effective manner.Unknown self:In this stage an individual is in mysterious state of an individual neitherknow or nor other are known to it. Herein, if a leader of NHS is not know to himself as well as toother then an organisation will not able to meet up its aims and objectives.Ego states:This stage is important aspect in transactional analysis it basically talks about how aperson feels, behave or think at a particular point of time such as:Parent ego:In this stage a behaviour of an individual are emotionally significant whoact quite maturely when he was in child stage. It indicates that an individual show critical andevaluative behaviour while interacting with others.Adult ego:Herein, an individual is interacting with others with ego in order to seek outall the information properly as well as adopting its reasoning skills and then it is provided toothers (Zuckerman, 2014).Child ego:It indicates that an individual is behaving illogically and takes quick action inorder to satisfy immediate actions with much consequence. Thus, it can be natural, adaptive andrebellious
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