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health & medical question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.please respond to the following discussion post as a peer making a comment.1. Based on the skills approach, how would you assess Dr. Wood’s leadership and his relationship to the members of the Elder Care Project team? Will the project be successful?When it comes to “Technical Skills”, Dr. Wood clearly has strength, a vast amount of knowledge, and technical expertise in health education research. He certainly has the technical knowledge to lead a team and has shown his ability to assist people with research design, methodology, and theoretical formulations (Northouse et al., 2019). Regarding “Human Skills”, Dr. Wood has shown he can work with others and help answer questions people may have. However, when it comes to the human skills needed to “lead” a team to achieve a common goal, this is an area Dr. Wood clearly lacks. Part of having human skills is to motivate and build trust among the group. This motivation and trust they have in their leadership will make group members feel encouraged to complete a project. Dr. Wood has shown his negativity, made demoralizing comments, and has not inspired his team to achieve their goal. Lastly, Dr. Wood is lacking the “Conceptual Skills” needed to solve the problems the group is experiencing and make decisions to improve the situation. He has shown he defers to just doing it himself, which is causing resentment to his team, when he should be involving the team in coming up with ideas to successfully complete the project. Ultimately, I think the project will be successful but not because Dr. Wood motivated and inspired the team to do so. I believe they will be successful because the team is passionate about the substance of the project and that is what is motivating them to complete it.2. Does Dr. Wood have the skills necessary to be an effective leader of this research team?I believe he does have the skills necessary to be an effective leader. He has already shown he has the technical skills and expertise. He has the human skills to work with others through guidance and assisting with questions. He knows how to work with others. He must translate those skills to the aspects of leadership. Dr. Wood also has the conceptual skills to lead a successful team because he is an expert researcher. Researchers make a living at working with ideas, concepts, and problem solving. A lot of the issues stem from Dr. Wood being used to working alone. This project could be a good learning experience and steppingstone for him to learn how to work and lead others and apply the skills he already has.3. The skills model describes three important competencies for leaders: problem solving, social judgement skills, and knowledge. If you were to coach Dr. Wood using this model, what competencies would you address with him? What changes would you suggest that he make in his leadership?I would address problem solving and social judgement competencies. I would encourage him to approach the issues he is having with the project; in the same manner he approaches a research project. Ask the questions, what are we trying to achieve? What is the issue(s)? What are the internal factors? What are the external factors? Lastly, how can we overcome this challenge(s)? Along with that, I would encourage him to include the team when asking those questions. Maybe someone has a creative idea to address some aspect of the issues being experienced. Let the team brainstorm and be a part of the process. That way it takes a burden off him, since he is already feeling overwhelmed, and delegating it to the team. He can still be involved, but he can be able to drive the process and not be the process. In addition to including his team in problem solving, I would encourage him to be sensitive to the fact that the team is being over worked and underpaid. Even though he might not be able to change that circumstance, he can motivate his team by showing his gratitude. Thanking them for all the hard work, giving them encouragement, and give credit when credit is due. These small gestures can have a major impact on the morale of the team. Even if he can’t pay them more or lighten the workload, they can find comfort in the fact that they are appreciated.ReferenceNorthouse, P.G. (2019). Leadership: Theory and practice (8th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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