Discuss how situational leadership can be used in a patient-centered care team. Include in your discussion how the different strengths of different team members can be leveraged to support the dynamic of the team. Provide supporting references for your response.
Health Organizations: Theory, Behavior, and Development
Requirements: 200 words
which contribute to better healthcare outcomes. Situational leadership promotes the team members’ strengths and helps build their confidence (Johnson & Rossow, 2019). For instance, instead of delegating a task, a leader can show them how to perform it and supervise them to ensure they are on the right path. In addition, situational leadership inspires, motivates the team to be innovative and adapt to changes, and provides new and improved working methods that ensure the overall growth of the team and the organization and meet the organizational goals.