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Week 6: What you should know #11
Chap 21—Conflict, Workplace Violence, and Negotiation
- Define conflict and describe the benefits and risks of too much/too little conflict in an organization
- What are the commons sources of conflict in an organization?
- What types of conflict might a nurse see In a healthcare organization?
- What are the stages occurring in conflict resolution?
- What are the anticipated conflict resolution outcomes?
- Name and define with an example of the 6 common resolution strategies
- What are common causes of organizational conflict, as in a healthcare org.?
- What are three strategies in conflict resolution that you have tried or can anticipate in your first nursing job?
- Define bullying and incivility within the nursing profession (Lateral violence—also workplace violence)
- What is negotiation as it relates to concerns in healthcare?
- Name negotiating strategies that lead to conflict resolution
- What are some destructive tactics that can damage a successful negotiation session?
- Name three alternatives to negotiation…how do they work?
- Describe the importance of consensus as a conclusion to conflict management
Chapter 24—Performance Appraisal
- Describe the performance appraisal process, naming important factors to consider
- Describe the factors influencing an effective appraisal—why are these important?
- Describe salient strategies for a successful performance appraisal—why is implicit bias such an important criterion to master?
- Define the terms associated with errors made in performance appraisals
- Describe different types of performance appraisals—which would you prefer and why?
- Describe the features of a successful performance appraisal session
- Define and describe the management by objectives approach to performance appraisals
- How does peer review work for performance appraisals? What are the potential downfalls?
- Define strategies for being a successful coach to others
Chap 25—Problem Employees: Rule Breakers, Marginal Employees and the Chemically or Psychologically Impaired
- What are the “do’s and don’t’s” of Rules in an organization?
- Define, compare and contrast “Constructive Discipline” and “Destructive Discipline”
- Name the criteria that must be present to make disciple fair and a growthful experience
- Define strategies that create an atmosphere of self-discipline, the best approach to well- functioning organizations
- Name the four common steps in Progressive Discipline
- Describe a successful disciplinary conference for an employee
- Describe the main elements in a termination/separation meeting
- Define the formal grievance process? When is this most often used?
- Define the rights and responsibilities of those involved in the grievance process (be sure to use your ATI reference)
- Define and compare the disciplinary process for unionized employees
- Chemical impairment—define and provide a profile of a chemically impaired nurse
- What are the recommended ways to confront and support a chemically impaired employee?
- What are the reentry guidelines for a previously chemically impaired nurse to return to practice?
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