Behavioral/Style Perspective to Leadership – M5D

Behavioral/Style Perspective to Leadership – M5D

Behavioral/Style Perspective to Leadership What is needed today is an organizational culture of patient- and family-centered care. Creating a culture of patient- and family-centered care must be initiated and guided by ethical leadership. Only through the vision of ethical leadership will this change in culture be accomplished…The chief executive officer (CEO) and the board must believe that this culture change is imperative in the desire to become better in quality, safety, and satisfaction. —Piper & Tallman, 2015, p. 63 For this Discussion, conduct a search in the library and select an article depicting a behavioral perspective to health care administration leadership. Think about particular strengths and limitations of this perspective. Consider how this perspective might relate to the Trait Theory or Skills Approach of leadership. Selected article is attached below: iLead—a transformational leadership intervention to train healthcare managers’ implementation leadership Article ***** Richter, A., von Thiele Schwarz, U., Lornudd, C., Lundmark, R., Mosson, R., & Hasson, H. (2016). iLead-a transformational leadership intervention to train healthcare managers’ implementation leadership. Implementation Science, 111-13. doi:10.1186/s13012-016-0475-6 Write a 1 page paper that a brief explanation of the behavioral perspective reflected in the article you selected. Then, explain the strengths and limitations of this perspective. Finally, explain how this perspective you selected relates to both Trait Theory and the Skills Approach. Resources: Richter, A., von Thiele Schwarz, U., Lornudd, C., Lundmark, R., Mosson, R., & Hasson, H. (2016). iLead-a transformational leadership intervention to train healthcare managers’ implementation leadership. Implementation Science, 111-13. doi:10.1186/s13012-016-0475-6 Nahavandi, A. (2015). The art and science of leadership (7th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. —- Chapter 3 —- Chapter 9 Blake, R. R., Mouton, J. S., Barnes, L. B., & Greiner, L. E. (1964). Breakthrough in organization development. Harvard Business Review, 42(6), 133–155.  Borkowski, N., Deckard, G., Weber, M., Padron, L. A., & Luongo, S. (2011). Leadership development initiatives underlie individual and system performance in a US public healthcare delivery system. Leadership In Health Services, 24(4), 268. DeRue, D., Nahrgang, J., Wellman, N., & Humphrey, S. (n.d). TRAIT AND BEHAVIORAL THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP: AN INTEGRATION AND META-ANALYTIC TEST OF THEIR RELATIVE VALIDITY. Personnel Psychology, 64(1), 7-52. Piper, L. E., & Tallman, E. (2015). The ethical leadership challenge for effective resolution of patient and family complaints and grievances: Proven methods and models. The Health Care Manager, 34(1), 62–68.