Interview With The Center For Spirituality And Healing Essay

1337 Words Oct 22nd, 2016 6 Pages
Interview one, was conducted with Susan K. O 'Conner-Von, Ph.D., RN who is the Director of Graduate Studies at the Center for Spirituality and Healing (CSH) at the University of MN as well as, an Associate Professor for School of Nursing there as well. .
Susan is a versed published researcher, specializing in Care of Children with Chronic Health Conditions; Pediatric Pain; Palliative Care; Ethics; Spirituality as she still works one night a week at the Children’s Hospital in St. Paul, MN where she’s been for over 30 years.
The second interview was obtained from John Clay who is the Project Manager and Research Analysis Specialist for Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) and an independent writer, researcher and international speaker on democracy and the economy as well as, the founder of Democraticpromise.org.
Both interviews provided incredible depth into the understanding of a strength-based equality, with approaches condemning deficit-based barriers in the use of transformational leadership. Unfortunately, recognizing that all the while being America is being coerced in a transactional world.
Moreover, they encompassed meanings in a world divided by transactional and transformational leadership. As stated by O’Conner-Von, (2016) (Appendix A, Question Four) it’s in the “inclusivity of gifts” we are most vastly rewarded in our work, as goals in aligning team-based approaches are often secondary or go unrecognized.
Furthermore, and most…

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