Leadership Within a Global Context D1

Leadership Within a Global Context D1

Leadership Within a Global Context Globalization has implications for leaders that reach beyond sensitivity. For example, globalization may require leaders to interact with other leaders from various countries to set procedural guidelines on matters such as establishing safety standards for distributing medical supplies or facilitating health communication. Therefore, within local and/or global leadership organizations, health care administration leaders must be aware of multicultural issues and challenges. As a result, multicultural awareness and competency, important elements of multicultural leadership, play a crucial role in determining appropriate actions, attitudes, and expectations. Furthermore, values and value systems that may differ across multicultural populations also contribute to leadership philosophies for informing how leaders interact, engage, and execute leadership strategies. For this Discussion, select two challenges associated with multicultural leadership. As a scholar-practitioner in the field of health care administration, think about strategies you may use to address these challenges. Consider how your health care administration leadership philosophy may contribute to these strategies for multicultural leadership challenges.  Assignment: 1 page with references utilized a brief description of two challenges associated with multicultural leadership in health care administration. Then, provide strategies for addressing these challenges. Finally, explain how multicultural competencies might influence your personal health care administration leadership philosophy. Be specific and provide examples. Must use sources below and include in text citations. Resources: Harvard Business Review. (2011, September 29). Managing values across cultures [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DSV1NUGS3o&list=UUWo4IA01TXzBeGJJKWHOG9g&index; =4&feature=plcp Nahavandi, A. (2016). The Art and Science of Leadership -Global Edition. Pearson. Singer, S. J., Hayes, J. E., Gray, G. C., & Kiang, M. V. (2015). Making time for learning-oriented leadership in multidisciplinary hospital management groups. Health Care Management Review, 40(4), 300-312. doi:10.1097/hmr.0000000000000037