Commentary - Journal of Clinical and Experimental Toxicology (2021) Volume 5, Issue 5
Toxicology and reflection on leadership behaviour.
Department of Toxicology, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany
- Corresponding Author:
- Prem Borle
Department of Toxicology
Accepted date: November 15, 2021
Citation: Borle P. Toxicology and reflection on leadership behaviour. J Clin Exp Tox 2021;5(5):3.
Mental health and stress forestalment aspects related to plant in hospitals are ahead to decrease further attention in exploration. The plant Sanitarium is characterized by high work intensity, high emotional demands, and high situations of stress. These conditions can be a threat for the development of internal diseases. Leadership styles can hamper or foster work-related stress and impact the well-being of workers. Through leadership interventions, leaders may be encouraged to develop a stresspreventative leadership style that addresses both, the well-being of the leaders and of the inferiors. A comprehensive qualitative description of leaders’ gests with interventions on the content of stress-preventative leadership is yet missing in the literature.
The study follows a qualitative exploration design and content analysis. We conducted individual interviews with leaders of middle operation (n=30) of a tertiary Sanitarium in Germany for the participatory development of an intervention. This intervention, conforming of five successive modules, addressed leaders of middle operation in all work areas within one Sanitarium. After participation in the intervention, the leaders were asked to reflect on and estimate the perpetration of the contents learned within focus group conversations. Overall 10 focus group conversations with leaders (n=60) were conducted.
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