Competing needs arise within any organization as employees seek to meet their targets and leaders seek to meet company goals. As a leader, successful management of these goals requires establishing priorities and allocating resources accordingly.
Within a healthcare setting, the needs of the workforce, resources, and patients are often in conflict. Mandatory overtime, implementation of staffing ratios, use of unlicensed assisting personnel, and employer reductions of education benefits are examples of practices that might lead to conflicting needs in practice.
Leaders can contribute to both the problem and the solution through policies, action, and inaction. In this Assignment, you will further develop the white paper you began work on in Module 1 by addressing competing needs within your organization.
• Review the national healthcare issue/stressor you examined in your Assignment for Module 1, and review the analysis of the healthcare issue/stressor you selected.
• Identify and review two evidence-based scholarly resources that focus on proposed policies/practices to apply to your selected healthcare issue/stressor.
• Reflect on the feedback you received from your colleagues on your Discussion post regarding competing needs.
identical twins). Viola and Sebastian are the perfect example of this as they are identical twins, yet here Shakespeare pushes the boundaries and makes them male and female. Although the farcical tone establishes comedy, the use of doubles is the key comic element of the play that drives the plot. When Viola presumes Sebastian is lost at sea, Viola disguises herself as a man in order to fulfill the goal of finding her brother. The fact that she feels the need to hide her real gender in order to get a job with Orsino and to locate her brother suggests that women’s roles at the time were over circumscribed due to gender conventions and social rules. Through Viola’s disguise as a man she is able to bond with Orsino on more equal terms. The idea of Viola and Sebastian being a double is also reinforced at the very conclusion of the play where Olivia falls for and marries Sebastian, despite the fact that she was in love with Viola/Cesario. This therefore suggests that Viola and Sebastian are interchangeable. Viola’s chief problem throughout the play is undoubtedly one of identity. Due to her disguise, she must be both herself and Cesario. It is her twin’s appearance who saves Viola from this identity crisis as he successfully takes over the physical aspects that Viola no longer wishes to be – effectibly being liberated by him as she sheds her male disguise. The identical double appearance of Viola and Sebastian is therefore essential in the plot as this allows Viola to return to being herself, also therefore making it socially acceptable for her to be with Orsino. However despite Viola and Sebastian being the most obvious example of a double, they are not the most important. Personally I think that the pair of Viola and Olivia is possibly the most interesting a socially challenging of all the pairs found within Twelfth Night. In Viola and Olivia’s first encounter in Act I Scene V, Viola acts as Cesario. Through Violas disguise as a male, Shakespeare “challenges gender permutations, boy-girl, boy-boy, and girl-girl”. In this scene She preaches her master (Orsino’s) great romantic pretensions. However half way through Cesario breaks the poetic speech with an anticlimactic interjection of prose “I took great pains to study it and ‘tis poetical”. This i>GET ANSWER