Read and respond to at least two of your classmatesâ€™ discussion posts. Be constructive and professional with your thoughts, feedback, or suggestions.
1.To make effective decisions as a leader, I would first focus on understanding the problem. Understanding the problem is critical. One must understand what is causing the problem, for how long it has been causing the problem, and what else is affecting when itâ€™s causing the problem. My second move would be to analyze my options. What can be done to avoid or minimize the problem? What changes could I, as a leader, make to help my team and the organization? I would compare all outcomes and pick the most effective solution for the whole team. Next, I would put my option into action and would keep a close eye on the outcomes it would give me. As a leader, I would consistently evaluate the outcome results of my decision to ensure the decision made was effective.
Making poor decisions as a leader could negatively impact the patients, my team, and the organization I work for. Therefore, it is critical to ensure each decision I make is effective by benchmarking the outcomes through tools such as outcome ratios or surveys. Poor decision making can cause the organization to gain a poor reputation and lose business.
Hussung, T. (2017). 7 Steps of the Decision Making Progress . Concordia. Retrieved from www.online.csp.edu
2.As a healthcare leader, I will make effective decisions by improving healthcare and putting patients first. Health care leaders make decisions that shape caregiving all over the world. Through professional resources, leaders gather intelligence and build networks to help caregiving organizations obtain their objectives. Leaders use these skills, tools, and connections to make countless daily decisions affecting a health care organizationâ€™s service quality.As thought leaders, these individuals gather numerous and disparate facts to unearth new concepts and improve caregiving operations yet recognize when it is more efficient to keep present practices in place and solve similar problems using previous solutions.Health care leaders balance innovation and experience to find the most effective way to manage problems. When necessary, they create new solutions that are not readily apparent. As each challenge arises, they observe the issue from various perspectives to decipher the best alternative for mitigating organizational threats. Whether a solution is old or new, leaders clarify complex concepts in terms others understand easily. Effective health care leaders guide organizations through service delivery that consistently improves patient outcomes. Leaders help organizations thrive in an ever-changing environment.