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WGU C351 Self Awareness & Mindful Presence AssignmentWGU C351 Self Awareness & Mindful Presence AssignmentPermalink: https:// hippoessays.com/wgu-c351-self-aw…sence-assignment/ ‎7001.1.1 Self-Awareness & Mindful PresenceThe graduate utilizes personality tools to identify his/her own personality type and incorporate self-awareness practices to increase mindful presence into his/her own life, practice of health care, and interactions with patients and colleagues. WGU C351 Self Awareness & Mindful Presence Assignment7001.1.2 : Leadership through Influence: Influencing the Transformation of Health CareThe graduate uses principles of self-knowledge, active listening, authentic leadership, and mentoring in transforming and creating a healing environment.WGU Performance Assessment 11/16/19, 7(57 AM YOT2 — YOT TASK 1 PROFESSIONAL PRESENCE AND INFLUENCE — C351 PRFA — YOT2 COMPETENCIES 7001.1.1 : Self-Awareness & Mindful Presence The graduate utilizes personality tools to identify his/her own personality type and incorporate selfawareness practices to increase mindful presence into his/her own life, practice of health care, and interactions with patients and colleagues. 7001.1.2 : Leadership through Influence: Influencing the Transformation of Health Care The graduate uses principles of self-knowledge, active listening, authentic leadership, and mentoring in transforming and creating a healing environment. INTRODUCTION For this assessment, you will navigate areas of focus that include professional presence, mindfulness practice, and healing environments. These areas of focus will help you to create a professional presence plan that has both personal and professional application. You will be analyzing your inner world (thoughts, beliefs, and values) and your outer world (activities, relationships, and experiences). Each section of this assessment will gauge how you use and interact with those two worlds. WGU C351 Self Awareness & Mindful Presence AssignmentTo aid you in understanding your inner and outer worlds, you will take the Jung Personality Test, an online personality test. With the test’s results, you will better understand your strengths and weaknesses and how you can be an effective individual and leader. Authentic leadership requires as much care and understanding for yourself as for those you will serve and lead. Your professional presence plan will integrate your insights, goals, and beliefs into a coherent whole. REQUIREMENTS Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. An originality report is provided when you submit your task that can be used as a guide. You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course. https://tasks.wgu.edu/student/000263647/course/2500003/task/669/overview Page 1 of 9 WGU Performance Assessment 11/16/19, 7(57 AM Professional Communications is a required aspect to pass this task.Completion of a spell check and grammar check prior to submitting your final work is strongly recommended. Note: Your submission may take the form of an essay, multimedia presentation, etc. Be sure to cover each prompt in sufficient detail and support no matter what form you use. A. Professional Presence 1. Discuss the differences between two models of health and healing as they relate to what it means to be human. Note: Models may include physical body, body-mind, body-mind-spirit/bio-psycho-social, Eastern model, Western model. 2. Analyze differences between one of the models discussed in part A1 and your professional presence (include your current beliefs, attitudes, and actions regarding health and healing). 3. Discuss how your professional presence (mindful or distracted) influences your nursing practice. B. Personality Preferences 1. Submit your results from the Jung Personality Test. Note: You should paste a screen shot of the Jung Personality Test results into your assessment. 2. Analyze your test results, including areas that may or may not align with how you view yourself. a. Evaluate how the preferences identified by the test align with your relationships, favorite activities, and career choices. b. Discuss two potential challenges or barriers (e.g., barriers in communication, decision-making) that could be minimized by your enhanced self-awareness when working with opposite personality types.C. Mindfulness Practice 1. Develop a mindfulness practice plan consistent with your interests, goals, and beliefs by doing the following:a. Create two specific goals for each of the four Aspects of your whole person (physical, vital/rhythmic, mental/emotional, and biographical/spiritual body) to maintain balance. b. Discuss how you will achieve each of the goals created in part C1a, including how you will adjust to the changing of your whole person. D. Healing Environments 1. Analyze two direct patient care optimal healing environments in healthcare (i.e., 2 healthcare facilities that provide direct patient care) to identify the elements of internal, interpersonal, behavioral, and external environments.2. Discuss how you intend to apply self-awareness and insights gained from part D1 to promote professional presence in your current healthcare setting. E. When you use sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format. RUBRIC https://tasks.wgu.edu/student/000263647/course/2500003/task/669/overview Page 2 of 9 WGU Performance Assessment 11/16/19, 7(57 AM RUBRIC ARTICULATION OF RESPONSE (CLARITY, ORGANIZATION, MECHANICS): UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT COMPETENT The candidate HIGHLY COMPETENT The candidate The candidate The candidate The candidate provides ade- provides limit- provides weak quate articula- provides sub- provides unsat- ed articulation stantial articula- isfactory articu- articulation of tion of of response. tion of response. lation of response. response. response. A1:MODELS OF HEALTH AND HEALING UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT COMPETENT The candidate HIGHLY COMPETENTThe candidate The candidate The candidate The candidate provides a logi- provides a logi- provides a logi- does not pro- provides a logi- cal discussion, cal discussion, cal discussion, vide a logical cal discussion, with adequate with limited de- with no detail, detail, of the with substantial discussion of tail, of the dif- detail, of the dif- the differences of the differ- differences be- ferences be- ferences be- between 2 ences between tween 2 models tween 2 models tween 2 models models of 2 models of of health and of health and of health and health and heal- health and heal- healing as they healing as they ing as they re- relate to what it healing as they ing as they re- relate to what it relate to what it late to what it late to what it means to be means to be means to be means to be means to be human. human. human. human. human. A2:MODELS AND PROFESSIONAL PRESENCE UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT COMPETENT The candidate HIGHLY COMPETENT The candidate The candidate The candidate The candidate provides a plau- provides a plau- provides a plau- does not pro- provides a plau- sible analysis, sible analysis, sible analysis, vide a plausible sible analysis, with adequate with limited with no sup- support, of the with substantial analysis of the https://tasks.wgu.edu/student/000263647/course/2500003/task/669/overviewPage 3 of 9 WGU Performance Assessment 11/16/19, 7(57 AM differences be- port, of the dif- support, of the differences be- support, of the tween 1 of the ferences be- differences be- tween 1 of the differences be- models dis- tween 1 of the tween 1 of the models dis- tween 1 of the cussed in part models dis- models dis- cussed in part models dis- A1 and the can- cussed in part cussed in part A1 and the can- cussed in part didate’s profes- A1 and the can- A1 and the can- didate’s profes- A1 and the can- sional presence. didate’s profes- didate’s profes- sional presence. didate’s profes- sional presence. sional presence. sional presence. A3:INFLUENCE ON NURSING PRACTICE UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT COMPETENT The candidate HIGHLY COMPETENT The candidate The candidate The candidate The candidate provides a logi- provides a logi- provides a logi- does not pro- provides a logi- cal discussion, cal discussion, cal discussion, vide a logical cal discussion, with adequate with limited de- with no detail, detail, of how with substantial discussion of tail, of how the detail, of how how the candi- of how the can- the candidate’s candidate’s pro- the candidate’s date’s profes- didate’s profes- professional fessional pres- professional sional presence sional presence presence influ- ence influences presence influ- influences the influences the ences the can- the candidate’s candidate’s didate’s nursing ences the candi- candidate’s nursing date’s nursing nursing nursing practice. practice. practice. practice. practice.B1:PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT SUBMISSION UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD The candidate Not applicable. MINIMALLY COMPETENT Not applicable. COMPETENT Not applicable. HIGHLY COMPETENT The candidate provides person- does not pro- al results from vide personal the Jung Person- results from the ality Test. Jung Personality Test. B2:TEST RESULT ANALYSIS https://tasks.wgu.edu/student/000263647/course/2500003/task/669/overview Page 4 of 9 WGU Performance Assessment 11/16/19, 7(57 AM UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT COMPETENT The candidate HIGHLY COMPETENT The candidate The candidate The candidate The candidate provides a plau- provides a plau- provides a plau- does not pro- provides a plau- sible analysis, sible analysis, sible analysis, with adequate sible analysis, vide a plausible with limited de- with substantial analysis of the with no detail, detail, of the tail, of the test detail, of the test test results, in- of the test re- test results, in- results, includ- results, includ- cluding areas sults, including cluding areas ing areas that ing areas that that may or may areas that may that may or may may or may not or may not align not align with may or may not not align with align with how align with how how the candi- with how the how the candi- the candidate the candidate date views him candidate views date views him views him or views him or or herself. him or herself. or herself. herself. herself. WGU C351 Self Awareness & Mindful Presence AssignmentB2A: PREFERENCES ALIGNMENT UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT COMPETENT The candidate HIGHLY COMPETENT The candidate The candidate The candidate The candidate provides a logi- provides a logi- provides a logi- does not pro- provides a logi- cal evaluation, cal evaluation, cal evaluation, vide a logical cal evaluation, with adequate with limited de- with substantial evaluation of with no detail, detail, of how tail, of how the of how the pref- the preferences detail, of how how the prefer- preferences the preferences ences identified erences identi- identified by identified by identified by the by the test align fied by the test the test align the test align test align with with the candi- align with the with the candi- with the candi- the candidate’s date’s relation- candidate’s re- date’s relation- date’s relation- lationships, fa- ships, favorite relationships, ships, favorite ships, favorite favorite activi- activities, and vorite activities, activities, and activities, and ties, and career career choices. and career career choices. career choices. choices. choices.B2B: POTENTIAL CHALLENGES OR BARRIERS UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT COMPETENT The candidate HIGHLY COMPETENT The candidate provides a logi- The candidate https://tasks.wgu.edu/student/000263647/course/2500003/task/669/overview Page 5 of 9 WGU Performance Assessment 11/16/19, 7(57 AM The candidate The candidate provides a logi- cal discussion, provides a logi- does not pro- provides a logi- cal discussion, with adequate cal discussion, vide a logical cal discussion, with limited support, of 2 with substantial discussion of 2 with no sup- support, of 2 potential chal- support, of 2 po- potential chal- port, of 2 po- potential chal- lenges or barri- tential chal- lenges or barri- tential chal- lenges or barri- ers that could lenges or barri- ers that could lenges or barri- ers that could be minimized ers that could be be minimized ers that could be minimized by the candi- minimized by by the candi- be minimized by the candi- date’s en- the candidate’s date’s en- by the candi- date’s en- hanced self- enhanced self- hanced self- date’s en- hanced self- awareness awareness when awareness hanced self- awareness when working working with when working awareness when working with opposite opposite per- with opposite when working with opposite personality sonality types. personality with opposite personality types. types. personality types. types.C1A: WHOLE PERSON GOALS UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT The candidate The candidate provides, with does not pro- provides, with sufficient detail, vide 2 specific insufficient de- 2 specific goals goals for each tail, 2 specific for each of the 4 of the 4 aspects goals for each aspects of the of the candi- of the 4 aspects candidate’s date’s whole of the candi- whole person person (physi- date’s whole (physical, vital cal, vital rhyth- person (physi- rhythmic, men- mic, men- cal, vital rhyth- tal/emotional, tal/emotional, mic, men- and biographi- and biographi- tal/emotional, cal/spiritual cal/spiritual and biographi- body) to main- body) to main- cal/spiritual tain balance. tain balance. body) to main- Not applicable. COMPETENT Not applicable. HIGHLY COMPETENT The candidate tain balance. https://tasks.wgu.edu/student/000263647/course/2500003/task/669/overview Page 6 of 9 WGU Performance Assessment 11/16/19, 7(57 AMC1B: ACHIEVEMENT OF GOALS UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT COMPETENT The candidate HIGHLY COMPETENT The candidate The candidate The candidate The candidate provides a logi- provides a logi- provides a logi- cal discussion, provides a logi- does not pro- cal discussion, cal discussion, vide a logical cal discussion, with adequate with limited de- with substantial discussion of with no detail, detail, of how to tail, of how to detail, of how to how to achieve of how to achieve each of achieve each of achieve each of each of the achieve each of the goals creat- the goals creat- the goals creat- ed in part C1a, the goals creat- goals created in ed in part C1a, ed in part C1a, part C1a, in- ed in part C1a, including how including how including how to cluding how to including how to adjust to the to adjust to the adjust to the adjust to the to adjust to the changing of the changing of the changing of the changing of the changing of the candidate’s candidate’s candidate’s whole person. candidate’s candidate’s whole person. whole person. whole person. whole person. WGU C351 Self Awareness & Mindful Presence AssignmentD1: BEST PRACTICES UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT COMPETENT The candidate HIGHLY COMPETENT The candidate The candidate The candidate The candidate provides a plau- provides a plau- provides a plau- does not pro- provides a plau- sible analysis, sible analysis, sible analysis, vide a plausible sible analysis, with verifiable with limited de- with verifiable analysis of 2 op- with no detail, detail, of 2 opti- tail, of 2 optimal of 2 optimal mal healing en- detail, of 2 opti- timal healing healing envi- mal healing envi- environments healing envi- vironments in ronments in ronments in in healthcare ronments in healthcare (i.e., healthcare (i.e., healthcare (i.e., 2 (i.e., 2 health- healthcare (i.e., 2 healthcare 2 healthcare healthcare facili- care facilities 2 healthcare facilities that facilities that facilities that provide direct ties that provide that provide di- provide direct direct patient rect patient provide direct patient care) to patient care) to care) to identify care) to identify patient care) to identify the ele- identify the ele- the elements of the elements of identify the ele- ments of inter- ments of inter- internal, inter- internal, inter- ments of inter- nal, interper- nal, interper- nal, interper- sonal, behav- personal, behav- personal, be- sonal, behav- https://tasks.wgu.edu/student/000263647/course/2500003/task/669/overview ioral, and exterPage 7 of 9 WGU Performance Assessment 11/16/19, 7(57 AM havioral, and sonal, behav- ioral, and exter- ioral, and exter- nal external ioral, and exter- nal nal environments. environments. nal environments environments. environments.D2: PROFESSIONAL PRESENCE PROMOTION UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT COMPETENT The candidate HIGHLY COMPETENT The candidate The candidate The candidate The candidate provides a logi- provides a logi- provides a logi- does not pro- provides a logi- cal discussion, cal discussion, cal discussion, with adequate cal discussion, vide a logical with limited de- with substantial discussion of with no detail, detail, of how to tail, of how to detail, of how to how to apply of how to apply apply self- apply self- apply self- self-awareness self-awareness awareness and awareness and awareness and and insights and insights insights gained insights gained gained from from part D1 to insights gained gained from from part D1 to from part D1 to part D1 to pro- part D1 to pro- promote pro- promote pro- promote profes- mote profes- mote profes- fessional pres- fessional pres- sional presence sional presence sional presence ence in the can- ence in the can- in the candi- in the candi- in the candi- didate’s current didate’s current date’s current healthcare date’s current date’s current healthcare healthcare healthcare healthcare setting. setting. setting. setting. setting.E: SOURCES UNSATISFACTORY/NOT PRESENT DOES NOT MEET STANDARD MINIMALLY COMPETENT COMPETENT When the can- HIGHLY COMPETENT When the can- When the candi- When the can- When the can- didate uses didate uses date uses didate uses didate uses sources, the sources, the sources, the can- sources, the sources, the candidate pro- candidate pro- candidate pro- vides appropri- didate provides candidate does vides appropri- appropriate in- not provide in- vides only some ate in-text cita- ate in-text cita- text citations text citations in-text citations tions and refer- tions and refer- and references and references. and references. ences with mi- ences with ma- nor deviations with no readily jor deviations from APA style. detectable devi- https://tasks.wgu.edu/student/000263647/course/2500003/task/669/overview Page 8 of 9 WGU Performance Assessment 11/16/19, 7(57 AM from APA style. ations from APA style, OR the candidate does not use sources. 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