Physical Therapist Interview Report

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The key to being a successful leader is to remain objective and easy going. Mr. Sene began his career as a physical therapist in 1999. He served as the Rehabilitation Supervisor for Lutheran Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY, from 2006 to 2009. Mr. Sene’s recent experiences include Co-Owner/Manager of a small-scale physical therapy office, in addition, a supervisory physical therapist at RWJBarnabas Health. Mr. Sene’s responsibilities for both facilities include; day to day operations, scheduling, budgeting, and updating his staff on changes in policies, procedures, rules, and regulations. In an effort to maintain efficient productivity from his staff, Mr. Sene takes, at most, 20 hours’ supervisory time, although, he states, “as a manager, he is always “on”. In addition, Mr. Sene’s position within the structure of both company’s offers the ability to work closely with other managers to set objective goals, allocate resources, properly staff the offices, communicate and motivate staff, and provide ongoing feedback of the expected results to those goals.…show more content…
Sene arrived at the top of the list. I have the privilege of observing Mr. Sene on a daily basis as he goes throughout his day as a manager. Given that, I have often wondered how he manages to accomplish his duties and remain as easy going. Mr. Sene remains smiling and laughing and never visibly or verbally aggravated. In selecting Mr. Sene for the interview, I hoped to learn his secrets on how to be an effective leader and remain as jolly on a daily basis. Furthermore, the motivational impact he has on his staff became something intriguing. On the other hand, observing how other supervisors were not as motivational and almost downright miserable when interacting with their staff, led me to desire to learn even more from Mr.
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