N5311 UT Arlington Bedside Shift Report and Resisting Change Discussion

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N5311

The University of Texas at Arlington

Management Leadership for Nurse Administrators

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There are two parts to this assignment -Please respond separably


1 Bedside Shift Report

Instructions:

  • In an effort to improve patient satisfaction and decrease hand-off errors, your organization is implementing the practice of bedside shift report. Initial training has been completed and nurse leaders are rounding to observe the process. During your rounding, you witness staff members that fall into Hewertson's five responses to change: victims, critics, bystanders, chargers, and navigators. (You are pleased to see that the majority are navigators.)
  • Initial post: Describe your methods to coach the staff members displaying traits of victims, critics, bystanders, and chargers.
  • Expectations:

  • Initial post should include two reference


  • 2 Resisting Change

    Instructions:

  • Reflect on the YouTube video by Lisa Bodell: Why Organizations Resist Change.
  • Initial post: Explain your agreement or disagreement with these statements from the video: ◦"...we are grooming professional skeptics"
  • ◦"Everyone has change fatigue..."

    Expectations:

  • Initial post should include two references; replies to peers should include one reference each.





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    There are two parts to this assignment 1 Bedside Shift Report Instructions: •In an effort to improve patient satisfaction and decrease hand-off errors, your organization is implementing the practice of bedside shift report. Initial training has been completed and nurse leaders are rounding to observe the process. During your rounding, you witness staff members that fall into Hewertson's five responses to change: victims, critics, bystanders, chargers, and navigators. (You are pleased to see that the majority are navigators.) •Initial post: Describe your methods to coach the staff members displaying traits of victims, critics, bystanders, and chargers. Expectations: •Initial post should include two references; 2 Resisting Change Instructions: •Reflect on the YouTube video by Lisa Bodell: Why Organizations Resist Change. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZFiN00QALE •Initial post: Explain your agreement or disagreement with these statements from the video: ◦"...we are grooming professional skeptics" ◦"Everyone has change fatigue..." Expectations: •Initial post should include two references; replies to peers should include one reference each.
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    Bedside Shift Report and Resisting change
    Thesis statement: Resistance to change is an eventuality that happens among employees and
    dealing with it successfully can help an organization move further ahead.
    1. Bedside Shift Report
    2. Resistance to change


    Running head: BEDSIDE SHIFT REPORT

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    Bedside Shift Report
    Institution Affiliation
    Date

    BEDSIDE SHIFT REPORT

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    Implementing change in a healthcare setting is a challenge because many people have to
    be involved and have to be consulted on various issues. The change is also received in different
    ways by the staff, and it is critical that proper coaching is done to let all members accept the
    change and embrace it as a positive step. The changes are the employees that are willing to
    embrace the change. They also make an effort to adapt to the new system of working, and the
    best coaching for them is motivating them (Ofori-Atta, Binienda, & Chalupka, 2015). Helping
    them gain more confidence in the change is important as it helps them to...


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