Read the study materials on leadership and complete the topic quiz activities to better understand your
Upon completion, summarize and share with your group what you learned about your specific leadership
qualities, so you can become familiar with how you are similar and different from your peers when it comes to
being a leader.
As a group, review the study materials related to servant leadership. Using what you have learned about the
tenets of servant leadership and traits and practices of successful leaders, create a 10-12 slide PowerPoint
presentation with speaker notes. Add an additional slide for references at the end of your presentation.
Compare the personal leadership styles of your group members, including commonalities between group
members’ strengths and weaknesses.
Explain why it is important for nursing professionals to be aware of their personal leadership style, traits, and
Discuss what leadership traits and styles are necessary to be an effective communicator. Explain the
importance of leaders adapting communication approaches when working interprofessionally (across ancillary
departments, vendors, community members).
Discuss how nursing professionals can benefit from integrating the tenets of servant leadership to empower
and influence others as they lead.
Discuss how leaders who practice servant leadership and have a strong understanding of their personal
leadership traits can successfully lead others and navigate the unique challenges that are part of nursing and
health care. Provide two examples that illustrate your main ideas
But these factors do not compensate for the overwhelmingly destructive impacts criminal acts can bring to society. The emphasis of this paper is on “a small degree” of crime, anything exceeding this quoted spectrum can still be a potential problem that will hinder the stabiliy of a community. Many of the societal crisis that countries suffer from nowadays root not only from the actively booming crime rates, but also from the ways people choose to cope with the situation. This is clearly reflected in the ongoing refugee crisis in between the borders of Venezuela and Colombia. Ever since 2010 when the Venezuelan economy started to crumble, millions of their citizens began to flee the country. Many of these people ended up migrating to the neighboring country of Colombia, where the borders are relatively easy to cross since they do not require any passports or documents. Unlike any other neighboring countries who constantly try to control the migrant population with new policies, such as increasing border security or requiring stamped visas, Colombia leaders and politicians continue to open their door to the floods of Venezuelans. Yet, this sense of solidarity did not last long when a slew of crimes that were allegedly committed by Venezuelan migrants emerged. According to the local police department, Q’pasa Cúcuta, there is a positive correlation between the constant growth of crime rates and the influx of migrants (Selle, 2017). But despite of this expanding skepticism toward Venezuelans, Colombia’s borders are still widely accessible. The failure of the Colombian government in reviewing this prevailing dilemma is only a perpetuation of the problems in Venezuela. The positive ideals of crime discussed above can hardly take place in this scenario since the trend is proven to be worsening progressively. To add on, an increase in crime rates can easily inflict a series of humanitarian and economic losses. The constant unrest in local communities could mean that more money needs to be put into security and prison management, and this money comes directly out of the pockets of local taxpayers. A peaking crime rate could also mean that the common code of moral values is no longer respected, people are prioritizing their own needs other than playing by the rules of society. This adds grist to the deb>GET ANSWER