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Please reply to this discussion by explaining how the leadership skills they described may impact your organization or your personal leadership, or by identifying challenges you see in applying the skills described. Leadership theories and behaviors in any organsation cannot be over-emphasized in the 21 st century. Many authors defined leadership in their own perspective, notably amongst them is Broome & Marshall, (2021): stated that effective leader must impact the workplace in a positive way. This behavioral leadership theory focuses on how leaders behave, in my opinion, these traits can be inborn or acquired from other leaders such as mentors with exceptional qualities. The nurse leader must aspire to learn, observe participate in transactional policy to motivate, inspire, and help make positive change for the improvement of healthcare not just for their organization but for society as a whole (Broome & Marshall, 2021) This usher us to the concept of transformational leadership. The need for leaders who can transform these challenges into future opportunities while remaining steadfast in their vision/purpose are term to be effective wise leaders. Never has this statement been truer than it is in the world of healthcare today. Leadership matters as every life in existence. It matters in every organization, not only for nurses to thrive in their careers but for them to advance effective healthcare for society. The current state and pace of healthcare change continue to create unprecedented challenges for individuals, families, and communities of the nation and the world. Healthcare continues to be the integral part of the society. The profession and society will continue to need expert clinicians (leaders like you and l) to make impact to health care. American Journal of Nursing (2018), (Collins, J. C., & Porras, J. I. (1996). Major insights to becoming a successful leader is to lead through integrity/ action. Notably, leaders with visions are more respected in my organsation. They are more democratic, helps in enriching the lives of those they serve with compassion, respect, excellence and minding the cultural differences of diverse groups. One of the key behaviors of being an effective leader is trust. Which is the fundamental building block in all relationships around the globe. In healthcare, Empathy and compassion, respect of human dignity is devoted while caring for patient in my community hospital. The Leadership style that motivates and creates a culture that encourages open door policy will allow staff irrespective of their position in the organization to be able to express their view to their immediate manager without fear of negative consequences (Bellot, 2011).In my opinion, this embraces Democratic leadership bedrock. My experience was when the Director of Nursing included Assistant Directors of Nursing, managers and care associates in a weekly Town meeting to carry all along, then provides regular workshop to educate, reinforce and maintain awareness. The Leadership style motivated and created a culture that encourages open door policy which allows staff irrespective of their position in the organization to be able to express their view to their immediate manager without fear of negative consequences (Bellot, 2011).In my opinion, this embraces Again insight I learned is that leadership is not about telling others what to do but instead empowering others to reach their full potential as human beings. A review of my scenario with DON, when l got admission for this current master program, he was so excited, continuously tracking my progress t to reach my goals so as to contribute to my hospital care and policy. Behavior and Skills of A Leader Highlights/Examples: The organizational climate varies from each community to another, because climate is influenced by the environment which further depends on individual behavior and preconception due to their values which may not be a reflective, We need nurse leaders who can draw from their strength in clinical practice to collaborate with leaders in other disciplines, with policy makers, and with members of the community to create new solutions to the problems facing the globe, to improve quality of life, to transform healthcare systems, and to inspire the next generation of leaders. Broome, M., & Marshall, E. S. (2021). Reference Bellot, J. (2011). Defining and assessing organizational culture. Nursing Forum, 46(1), 29–37. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. Broome, M., & Marshall, E. S. (2021). Transformational leadership in nursing: From expert clinician to influential leader (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Springer. Collins, J. C., & Porras, J. I. (1996). Building your company’s vision. Harvard Business Review, 74(5), 65–77. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. American Journal of Nursing: Volume 118(2), February 2018, p 43-45 Copyright: Copyright 2018 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc, retrieved 11/30/20.