1. What is your role as a health care team member?
2. How do you define professionalism and how does professional responsibility influence your work?
3. Do you consider leaders in your organization stewards of health care? Why or Why not?
4. Is it important to you that leaders exercise professional advocacy and authenticity as well as power and influence when working with colleagues? Why or why not
1. My role as a Health care team member is a Respiratory therapist, in different parts of the hospital I work at one day I could be in Trauma, ICU or med floors it is something new every day.
2. Professionalism to me is sticking to what I know I am there to do a job and take care of my patients while I am on shift. I do not get caught up in the BS or drama that sometimes comes along with working in a big facility such as I do. My professionalism makes me a better employee a better Respiratory Therapist, taking care of my patients that is why I am there, they expect the best from you, I treat those as if I were in their shoes.
3. I do believe that leaders in my organization are stewards of health care, they tend to what needs to be done, they as leaders runs a smooth ship which makes for a great team. Not everyone is perfect and we all make mistakes but as a team they can be resolved with good communication, and an open minded leader.
4. I do believe that leaders should have professional advocacy and authenticity it make for a good leader/supervisor. A leader must blend advocacy and authenticity with power and influence in such a manner as to inspire their employees to do well at their expected highest standards. Leadership is so much more than taking control of a group. Being a leader you have the ability to influence by being a real person someone who treats others on their own level and not at a high level looking down upon someone. A true leader works with the people to come to a common ground and work toward change. People respond positively to a leader...