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Discussion 1 Strategic planning is essential in the sustainability of all healthcare organizations. Outline the processes, or steps, involved in the strategic planning process and continual monitoring of the internal and external environment. Provide a substantive 150 to 250 word initial post that fully answers the following questions: Discuss how strategic planning is a dynamic, verses linear, process. Why is this important?What roles, if any, do quality and information technology play in an organization’s strategic direction? Utilize at least one scholarly source, cited in correct APA format that supports factual statements and conclusions about the topic. Discussion 2For this assignment, locate and read the case study titled “Proactive Prevention” at the end of section 4.4 of the Course Text. Based on the information in this case, thoroughly complete the following:Write a mission statement that reflects this new direction for St. Mary’s.Write a vision statement reflecting the new mission statement.What type of strategy did the leadership team at St. Mary’s pursue?Which organizations in the community might view the wellness center as a new form of competition?What factors described in this chapter might affect the implementation of this new strategy?Your assignment must be two to three pages in length (excluding title and reference pages). Utilize your course textbook and at least one additional scholarly source. Your paper and all sources must be formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing CenterDIscussion 3Knowing which career you want to pursue is an important first step to tackling your job search and career goals. However, simply identifying an ideal position will not propel you to achieve these goals. To successfully attain your goals, there are recommended action steps for you to take. For this assignment you will explore the requirements for your potential career path, assess your current skill set, and identify what action steps you can take to make your career goals more attainable. Take these steps to prepare your assignment.Read the Career Planning Step-by-Step article to better understand the importance of developing a clear career plan.Watch the Resources for Developing an Effective Career Plan webinar.Review the Roadmap to Success: an interactive tool to help you gather information which you may wish to include in your career plan. Identify your long-term goals. Where would you like to be one to five years from now? What is the industry and role you would like to pursue for your career?Explore the skills and qualifications related to this type of role. What qualifications do you already possess? What new skills, knowledge, certifications, or trainings might you need to be successful? Identify the additional action steps you will need to take to be even more qualified for the position you would like to pursue. Be sure to set reasonable deadlines for these action steps.Reflect on your resources. What barriers do you need to overcome to be successful? Are there individuals in your personal or professional network who can help you? https://www.monster.com/career-advice/article/career-planning-step-by-stephttps://bpiedu.adobeconnect.com/_a1117185232/p8bxdwvd704/?launcher=false&fcsContent=true&pbMode=normalDIsuccion 4y Goal SheetDeveloping a career goal is a great way to take charge of planning your career and a useful tool to manage your career effectively. Many individuals may not know how to develop a career goal; follow the steps below to help you determine where to start. There are a few steps that can be helpful in determining your career goal, which include: conducting a self-assessment, exploring industries and careers, and determining factors that are non-negotiable (e.g., geographic location, salary requirements, and health care benefits). The final step of goal setting is writing the first draft of your goal. Step 1: Self-Assessment What do you do well?What energizes you?If you knew you could not fail, what would you do?What high school subjects did you do well in?What issues do family and friends come to you for help?What do you receive praise for at work or home?What are some of your greatest accomplishments?What is something you do where you lose track of time when you are doing it?Step 2: Career ExplorationExplore job industries by conducting research on the type of careers that use your interests and skillset. O*Net OnLine, the Occupational Outlook Handbook, and Bureau of Labor Statistics are great web resources for career exploration, job analysis, and education requirements.https://www.bls.gov/ooh/ Ask a professional in your career field of interest for an informational interview. Informational interviews allow you to gather information from a direct contact about his or her role. There are various ways to pursue an informational interview. For example, company websites, social networking sites, newspaper ads, and professional associations are avenues a job seeker can take. Also, while deciding on a goal, consider your current lifestyle and where you would like to be in the future. Some helpful questions to consider are listed below. Does the career you want pay a salary that meets your needs?Will it offer you opportunities to advance? Are you comfortable sitting at a desk all day, or do you prefer to travel? Is the career you are considering likely to exist when you are ready for a job?Step 3: Determining your non-negotiable itemsAlthough we may not speak them aloud, we each have things we are not willing to compromise on. During this step, write out your “must haves” for your future career. To help get you started, think about the minimum salary you need to have, where you want to live, and desired work hours. Step 4: Pulling it all together – Write the first draft of your goalNow that you have conducted a self-assessment, explored industries and occupations, and written down your non-negotiable items, what are your future career goals? In the space below, write your career goal. Be as specific as possible. Example Career Goal I would like to become a project manager within a large organization (5000+ employees) utilizing my organizational skills, education in organization development, my ability to strategically plan, and my detail-oriented nature. Since I have a family, I must have a salary of $50,000 or more, work within 25 miles of Houston, Texas, and work a 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. traditional work schedule. What is your goal? Write your specific goal below. PLEASE REMEMBER ALL THESE ANSWEERS HAVE TO DEAL WITH BEING IN THE HEALTH CARE FIELD AND WANTING TO RUN A FACILTY