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Leadership Experience

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Leadership experience
Introduction
Management is a vital process in the smooth running and operation of a company or organization. It is in the management level that a clear vision and mission of a company is set (Holan & Phillips, 2002). Leadership and management are therefore essential in achieving organizational goals and objectives. The Riverside Pediatric Associates case is common in companies and entities that fail to fit into the dynamics of an expanding work place. Human population is constantly increasing and so are clients of a once best rated health facility. However, the changes of the Riverside pediatric facility are not in conformity with the fast increasing demand for medication. Worse still are the incongruities of management and leadership at the facility leading to a mess of situation. Doctor’s roles have been inflected and assumed the roles of administrators; fields which they have no glimpse of or even knowledge of how management of a hospital is run for a dynamic society. The effect is devastating as patients’ demands are neglected. The doctors, also feel unhappy about their job, and so the whole system comes down crumbling due to the rot in the leadership and management of the facility. To reverse the trend, drastic and deliberate changes have to be effected in the leadership and management of the facility. In this assertion, the whole range of management, leadership and administrative principles of a company or organization have been discussed. More preference is accorded to the Riverside Pediatric Associates facility in the full analysis of the situation. There is a thorough demystification of the whole range of activities involved in instituting management changes for the better of the health facility. The first step towards reclaiming the glory of the Riverside facility is to prepare and adequately be ready for change. Team cohesiveness and effectiveness needs to be emphasized here. It all begins with the individual in the top...