I am glad to hear that Dr. Grant Ferguson has referred me to your office, and upon reading Congressman Romero’s history, I believe that working together would be a great partnership. My internship background includes working for United States Congresswoman Kay Granger. At her office, I learned many office skills such as printing and copying, opening and sorting mail, and other general administrative skills. I also became much more familiar utilizing Microsoft Office applications such as Word and Excel. My main responsibility was documenting, in detail, constituents concerns and comments, and adding it to an aggregate data system.
Alice is a very polite and professional candidate. All though a lot of administrative experience has been in healthcare, she is interested in branching out of the healthcare environment. She most recently completed a temporary assignment for Allied Health Group as an Administrative Office Assistant. In this role, she would run daily reports, handle requests via phone and in person, and maintained the database. Prior to that, she had worked for Comprehensive Dermatology as a Medical Administrative Assistant.
This program nurses to advance from a clinical nurse I all the way to a clinical nurse V. This program requires various components including, ongoing education, becoming a preceptor, becoming a charge nurse, joining or chairing a professional practice committee, and becoming involved in shared governance. This program requires an application and is reviewed by the Nursing Review Board, which is comprised of bedside nursing clinicians. Acceptance into this program is biannually and requirements are reviewed yearly. This model is beneficial to the hospital and nurses who serve in the program, however incorporating this into a professional practice model would reach more nurses and have a hospital wide effect. A professional practice model specific to ABC Healthcare has been developed and can be found under Nurse Satisfaction Improvement
Have you ever thought of reading a guide about how to deal with a certain group of people, at work? Would you read it if it was written by someone with experience in your field? Well, Kathryn Tyler, a Generation X freelance writer with a background in human resources and training, wrote “The Tethered Generation,” which was published on May 2007 in HR Magazine, an article that suggest that human resources professionals should learn how to manage, ahead of time, incoming millennials, us, in the workforce. What would you think, millennials? Tyler is able to reach human resource professionals, the readers of HR Magazine in a way that compels them.
(2015) states that researchers have shown that nurses have a significant interest in furthering their professional education. However, nurses will need assistance from their nursing leadership and management to be successful. Employers need to provide easily accessible information regarding returning to school and communicating the availability of supportive initiatives. They also need to be advocating for nurses returning to school at the administrative level by allowing for flexible scheduling for those enrolled in school (Sarver, et al., 2015). Strategic Planning Process Analysis of the Current State Currently at ABC Healthcare Center (2015), less than 50% of their nurses have a BSN degree which is significantly below the IOM recommendation.
Therefore, I chose to follow her around for a day and see what occurs within and also outside of her office. Pamela has many jobs in her office. She prepares income, estate and trust tax returns, financial statements, works on audits of employee business plans, helps clients work out tax problems and answers
Henna Jenson has an advantage to making the best impression possible because she has worked for the company several years. She know two of her interviewers on a more casual basis helping her to know what both individual is like and what they expect. For Henna first interview at 9:00 with Rodney Custer, personnel manager, she should dress to impress while still staying in the corporate appeal. Rodney is known for his meticulousness in dressing meaning Henna could gain extra points from him with her dressing nice. He is also known to be a sexist towards women in high position so Henna needs to tilt her head (interested), expand her chest (confidence), shake his hand (Powerful), speak with confidence and give him direct eye contact showing that she can compete with anyone including men for this promotion.
On my first year, I was promoted from team member to team lead in my job at Jamba Juice. This experience had a great influence on my leadership skills. I was in charge of the employees and the store during the evening shift, and some weekend’s day shift. My duties included to direct the team members to help clean the store at closing, count the money in the registers, prepare deposits, and print out the sales for the day. My actions were best displayed by completing all evening tasks in order to prepare the store for the next day.
I shadowed the Assisted Living Manager, Coley Rainbolt. As the assisted living manager, Coley has to complete monthly, quarterly, 6-month, and annual assessments for the assisted living residents on time. She has to schedule and lead care conferences in relation to residents’ needs and family expectations. She updates care plans and arranges all the resident care needs into task specific assignments for care associates. Along with all the residents she provides for, she also manages all assisted living care associates which consists of completing interim and annual evaluations timely and addressing performance concerns.
Lisa Benton, received her Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School; while attending she worked as an assistant to the president of Right-Away Stores. She succeeded in her role and was the first woman in the company to become a manager. The President of Right-Away Stores was satisfied and delighted with Benton's performance that he "offered her a full-time position upon graduation, as well as part-time consulting during her second year at HBS" (Lisa Benton, 1994). Upon graduation she had to make a job choice between being a director of marketing at Right-Away or an assistant product manager at Houseworld's Home Care Division. Lisa Benton accepted the offer from Houseworld's Home Care Division as their product manager in hopes of "receiving classical marketing training in a structured environment from an industry leader" (Lisa Benton, 1994).
These work conditions involve bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks work in offices like many occupations involving a lot of paperwork. At times, bookkeepers who work for multiple firms may visit their client’s place of business. Often they work alones, but sometimes they work together with accountants, managers, and auditing clerks from other departments. 2. What does a typical day look like for someone working in this field?
Marybell came to the appointment after a job interview in which she was approved to go through training and believes she has a good chance of getting the job. Marybell still filled out a referall for supported employment services and said she felt better knowing that she would have someone to help her if this job fell through. Marybell says everything seems to be on the positive and this is helping minimize the depression and anxiety symptoms and stablize her mood. Her affect in the appointment was upbeat and happy, much more engaged than previous appointments. The lessening of symptoms was also seen by her being able to get up early to get to job interview and other appointments when she had been oversleeping and also being able to ride public
Many people seem to seek to fame and glory, however, some of the heroes we do not recognize are those who save the day, but whose stories are not told. Martha Montez had gone to work early on a summer morning to direct the morning shift and produce as many cards as she could. She had reported to her boss’, Lynn Gill, office and followed all directions to make sure the cards would be produced good and fast enough. Her luck would soon change and she would soon have the office to herself. She had recently been promoted to shift leader and her new job was to make cards to give to Topps industry.
Clinical nurses were recognized as an initiative to improve BCMA rates during staff meetings in October 2015. The clinical nurse with the best BCMA rate received an award ribbon and recognition during staff meeting. During the staff meeting in November 2015, scanning rates for October were reported. The number of clinical nurses with BCMA rates below 80 percent dropped to 11. Again, in December 2015, the clinical nurse with the best scanning rate was recognized.