Leadership and management plays an important role while providing health care facilities to patient. In my view the role of doctors, nurses and mid-wife's towards patient has a stringent role as they act quickly in emergency situation giving priority to profession in front of personal life. The leadership skills are very crucial in health care systems so as to carry out efficient practices in a healthy environment (Hébert, 2015). The effective leader or manger at health care institute needs to have a proper command on communication skill. I assume that such leadership and management qualities helps in resolving and reducing conflicts between employees and patients.
According to me the leadership and management skills used by health care professionals focus on reducing waiting time for the new cases and provides better treatment to patients thereby satisfying their hygiene needs (Johns, 2017). I being a health service provider focus on leadership in the Cardiologist department by managing and developing the cardiologist activities within my guidelines. I daily execute different challenging work provided by my seniors who set rules and regulations for practising cardiac activities. I am keen to motivate my staff by giving them objectives that I feel are appropriate and within their capabilities. I usually possess transformational leadership quality (Knott and Scragg, 2016).
Thus in my view the leadership and management activities are important to any health care department which comprises of doctors, mid-wife's, nurses and patients. It is crucial top manage time in an effective manner so as to provide quality services to patients thereby controlling wastage of time (Redmond, 2017).
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- Knott, C., and Scragg, T., 2016. Reflective practice in social work. Learning Matters.
- Redmond, B., 2017. Reflection in action: Developing reflective practice in health and social services. Routledge.