Gynecologic Health Select a patient that you examined as a nurse practitioner student during the last three weeks of clinical on OB/GYN Issue. With this patient in….
What is your opinion on the feature above (attached), and how do chapters 2 and 4 concepts apply to help understand your view?
(1) What is your opinion on the feature above (attached), and how do chapters 2 and 4 concepts apply to help understand your view?
(2) What relevant work experience (that shows your leader development or can help your development as a leader) or individual leadership development plans do you have that relate to either view?
(3) What knowledge of a CEO or organization do you have (use research) that relates to either view?
(4) Did you share your external research in answering any of the questions above? List the research references used and cite this research in answering any questions above.
*Cite at least 2 reliable external sources in the discussion a in way that shows the contribution of the source to the discussion. Provide the reference details for the source. Ensure the resource is published (journal, trade magazine, news article, book, online publication that provides at least the year, title, and author, and source and/or weblink of the piece). No blog sources count toward the external research requirement – but you can include them for sharing interesting perspectives. See the course “home” “resources” for Research and Library Articles (resources) for help and APA guide to share citations and reference details.. Research and Library Articles
*Extra Resources (see my first post for details):
- Personality test based on C. Jung and I. Briggs Myers type theory (humanmetrics.com)
- https://www.outofservice.com/bigfive (Links to an external site.) or https://openpsychometrics.org/tests/IPIP-BFFM
Point/Counterpoint – Trait and Behavioral Styles Theory of Leadership Several differences exist when defining “leadership,” but all include a leader and their followers in a given situation at the most basic level. Trait and Behavioral styles were two of the pioneering theories used to explain leadership. Much research has been conducted within these theories to find commonalities between certain traits or specific behaviors that are more effective in influencing followers to achieve organizational goals. Originally, they believed leaders were born, not made; whereas other findings emphasized that leaders were made, not born. Under trait theory, traits have been found to play a central role in the effectiveness of leaders. In the theory of behavioral styles, the exhibited behavior and leadership styles directly affect the leader’s ability to influence others. This point-counterpoint discusses which theory is better suited for understanding the effectiveness of leaders. Point – Trait Theory Leaders are born with their leadership qualities hence the term “a natural-born leader.” The proof is in the kindergarteners organizing the child jumping rope in PE (physician education) or the toddler organizing how the kids are playing on the Jungle Jim at the playground. If a person is born with “short” genes, could they develop height? Certainly not! Leaders are born with predisposed traits or “leadership traits” that suit them for leadership roles. Recent surveys of the nation’s leaders also support the trait theory. “A survey of chief executives and board-level directors of the country’s top firms showed that sixty-five percent said they had always wanted to lead, and almost 60 percent said they had been ambitious from an early age” (Cengage Learning, 2005). A study at the University of Minnesota studied 350 pairs of twins that were raised apart; in conclusion, identical twins are very much alike in personality. I