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Professional Identity: Critical Thinking is Positive Thinking
Although the word "critical" has negative connotations, critical thinking is not about:
- Being argumentative
- Putting down other people's ideas
Critical thinkers have a positive attitude toward thoughtful decision making.
Learning and applying critical thinking can help the transdisciplinary team and the organization:
- Find smart solutions to tricky problems
- Avoid emotional decision-making
- Work more efficiently together
[Professional Identity, Module B, Critical Thinking] www.athenaforum.com
Professional Identity: Now, About Leadership
"Collaborative leadership is the capacity to engage people and groups outside one's formal control and inspire them to work toward common goals."
Herminia Ibarra, PhD
To be effective as managers, CMs must also be able to lead by influencing or guiding others in a:
A key element of the leadership role of CMs is the ability to build and sustain relationships with other transdisciplinary team members to unify their work with the goal of positively guiding and impacting the care delivery process.
[Professional Identity, Module E, Leadership] www.athenaforum.com