Human Resources Group for Hospitals
The group is an advocacy for the enhancement and improvement of the hospital’s human resource services including the welfare of the human resource in relevance to the federal and state labor laws and guidelines and labor agreements applicable. The group offers its assistance to the hospital’s laboratory by implementing and developing human resource processes, policies and programs that are aimed at taking the hospital to advanced and appealing level thus enabling hospital’s laboratory attractive. The group facilitates easy management of the hospital’s staff in pursuit of meeting the capacity and the need of the management process inside the core business undertakings. The group employs the hierarchical form of leadership of rising authority.
The group leader with an aim of mobilizing, uniting and coordinating the various hospitals’ human resource formed the group. The group depended so much on the leader for a definition of the purpose, the goals, objectives, vision and mission statement of the group. The roles of the group members were not clear as members kept on overlapping in undertaking their responsibilities. The members had different ideas and believe about the group, some positive and polite and others being anxious about how the leadership of the group.
The group developed strategies on how to carry their objectives in pursuit of achievement of the group’s goal. Arrival on decisions and agreement was difficult as every member had his or her expectations and interest in the leadership of the group. However, with the moderation of the group leader things seemed to progress well as he tried all the best to ensure that emotions are factored out of the group decisions.
At this stage, the group members had developed a clear understanding of their roles in the group in respect to advancing the condition of the hospital’s laboratory. This involved collaborative acts of the group members by taking the front line in acquiring best talents for the hospital at the right time and resources. This was a sign of agreement, consensus and understanding between members of the group as the group leader facilitated it. Every group member had a clear consent of his or her responsibility. Duplication of efforts in doing the work had disappeared amongst group members undertaking as various moves were out of mutual agreements.
Higher degrees of autonomy exists within the group as it dependent less on the leader’s advice and recommendation. The workforce shows a higher degree of development as I remember of a time the group initiated a strategy of supporting members who needed financial help in advancing their profession and experience in relevance to their duties in the workplace. This partner’s employee assistance program was passed without the consent of the group leader. Several members left and others joined without having a significant effect to the group’s progression. The group performed to its level best in this stage as it started capturing the interest of other personnel in nearby hospitals.
After the change in human resource policy of health federal department, the group adjourned and everything changed altogether. The group expanded its services to the whole state. The structure of leadership, the grouping rules and regulations changed. Various old members were demoted and as a result, others dropped off the group. As the core founders of the group, we do not regret the leadership of our leader at the time for his efforts in guiding the group in its critical stages of development.