Leadership and Trust in Team Collaboration

Prepare a 10–12-slide PowerPoint presentation for department managers on building leadership and trust in collaborative teams. Perhaps the best predictor of team success is its clarity of purpose and the team’s commitment to achieving it. To support that purpose, a team needs a process that moves smoothly from vision and mission to goals and tasks in order to achieve the desired outcomes. The foundation of both purpose and process is leadership. Any form of collaboration is an inherently human process. The culture of an organization can dramatically affect team efficacy and performance. The glue that holds teams together is trust. Three factors can help build trust in collaborative environments: performance and competence, integrity, and concern for the well-being of others. -Competency 1: Explain strategies for effective interprofessional teamwork and collaboration in health care delivery. (a.)dentify leadership behaviors that build trust and undermine trust within teams. (b.)Describe strategies team members can use to build trust among each other. (c.)Describe principles of effective interprofessional team leadership. -Competency 2: Analyze the implications of working with interprofessional teams in multifaceted health care settings. (a.)Explain the consequences of a team that does not trust its leader in terms of patient safety. -Competency 4: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations of a nursing professional. -Write content clearly and logically, with correct use of grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. Use correct APA format.