The graduate utilizes personality tools to identify his/her own personality type and incorporate self-awareness practices to increase mindful presence into his/her own life, practice of health care, and interactions with patients and colleagues.
7001.1.2Leadership through Influence: Influencing the Transformation of Health Care
The graduate uses principles of self-knowledge, active listening, authentic leadership, and mentoring in transforming and creating a healing environment.
Navigate areas of focus that include professional presence, mindfulness practice, and healing environments. These areas of focus will help you to create a professional presence plan that has both personal and professional application. You will be analyzing your inner world (thoughts, beliefs, and values) and your outer world (activities, relationships, and experiences). Each section of this assessment will gauge how you use and interact with those two worlds. To aid you in understanding your inner and outer worlds, you will take the Jung Personality Test, an online personality test. With the test’s results, you will better understand your strengths and weaknesses and how you can be an effective individual and leader. Authentic leadership requires as much care and understanding for yourself as for those you will serve and lead.
Liquor utilization among college understudies has been observed to be higher than the normal populace (Mekonen, Fekadu, Chane, and Bitew, 2017). Because of hitting the bottle hard culture understudies expend liquor at intemperate rates which can prompt certain negative outcomes (Gill, 2002). Hard-core boozing is delegated the utilization of in excess of 6 units of liquor in one session for people in the UK (National Health Service, 2016) Sexual wellbeing outcomes, for example, spontaneous pregnancies and danger of conceivable sexual transmitted diseases can be consequences of overwhelming drinking (Robertson and Plant, 1988). Against social conduct, for example, harm to property was affected by drinking, West, Drummond, and Eames (1990) found that 26% of understudies made harm property. There are different components which impact understudy drinking, for example, organic and natural elements. Be that as it may, sociocultural variables are significant in the impact of understudy liquor utilization. Friend impacts is known to be a solid factor in understudy drinking expectations and practices (Borsari and Carey, 2006). Friend impact is the manner in which an individual alters their qualities, practices and mentalities to suit or adjust to a gathering or individual companion (Goethals, 2009). There are three pathways of friend impact that influence liquor use which are delineated by Borsari and Carey (2006). The primary pathway states that the nonattendance or breakdown of value peer connections could be a factor in expanded liquor utilization among understudies (Borsari and Carey, 2006). There is an expanded utilization of liquor because of this brokenness in relationship (Borsari and Carey, 2006). Research given by (Hussong, Hicks, Levy, and Curran, 2001) bolsters this thought at it was discovered that understudies who guessed that their kinships needed closeness and social help, devoured more liquor at an intemperate rate during the week (Hussong, Hicks, Levy, and Curran, 2001). The negative emotions related with this breakdown of a friend relationship can prompt expanded liquor utilization (Borsari and Carey, 2006). To check this absence of companion relationship the admission of liquor utilization could be progressively because of desires and self-adequacy to deal with the absence of security and bolster that is in a friend relationship (Borsari and Carey, 2006). The subsequent pathway traces that unnecessary liquor utilization is a piece of friend connections and can impact college understudies' drinking (Borsari and Carey, 2006). In the event that the utilization of liquor is a principal part of friend connections, at that point it is progressively likely that drinking rates would be higher. Research given by Weitzman, Nelson, and Wechsler (2003) found that understudies presented to overwhelming savoring situations a social setting, were more likely to knock back the firewater than friends who were not presented to these equivalent conditions. Supporting examination for companion collaborations influencing liquor utilization given by Piacentini and Banister (2006) found that college understudies public activities rotated around drinking. This influences college understudies' drinking since liquor was portrayed by understudies' similar to a social grease and a decent ice breaker, specifically this was the situation when understudies were around companions that they were curious about (Piaccenti et al, 2006). Thusly, inordinate drinking turns into the standard inside companion communications on account of the positive friendly viewpoint they get from drinking (Gill, 2002). Moreover, peers support liquor use through demonstrating this is when people watch another conduct and after that duplicate it (Borsari and Carey, 2006). The demonstrating of liquor utilization has been observed to be normal among people who have higher social endorsement needs and who expend more liquor when mingling (Caudill and Kong, 2001). This influences understudy drinking since liquor ends up coordinated in social settings and progresses toward becoming standardized because of the social uplifting feedback that they get from>GET ANSWER