Assignment Help: Explain the benefits of a multigenerational nursing team for the organization, the team members, and patients.
For this assignment, write 4–5 pages in which you examine the interplay of the three generations working in nursing today. Overview Today’s nursing workforce is made up of women and men from a wide variety of cultures, races, religions, and sexual orientations. In addition, nurses and nursing leaders come from three different generations with different attitudes, beliefs, work habits, and experiences. You may find yourself working with team members from the baby boom generation, Generation X, and the millennial generation. Team leaders need to understand, value, and support the skills, knowledge, and characteristics of each generation in order to build a cohesive, high–performing team. The leadership strategies that have worked in the past may not be as effective in the health care environment of today. Preparation Research the characteristics of the three generations in the nursing workforce today: The baby boomers (born 1946–1964), the Gen Xers (born 1963–1980), and the millennials (born 1980–2000). Consider how nursing leaders can use this information to build a work environment that supports all generations. Requirements Complete the following: •Describe briefly the main characteristics of each of the three generations working in nursing today (baby boomers, Gen Xers, and millennials). Focus primarily on attitudes towards work and family, communication styles, and comfort with technology. •Identify at least one specific skill that each generation brings to a team. •Explain the types and causes of conflict that are likely to occur within a multigenerational team. •Describe strategies a team leader can use to help build cohesiveness within multigenerational nursing teams. Be sure you include strategies for communication, setting and managing expectations, motivation, and mutual respect. •Explain the benefits of a multigenerational nursing team for the organization, the team members, and patients.
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