After taking the time to reflect on the interview I believe that Kristen Hall and Dana Scalisi got to know me very well during our brief time together. We spoke about my work experience in the sports industry, my leadership roles in Young Life, and my long term goals after completing my MBA. I enjoyed our conversation regarding my roles and responsibilities for the Detroit Lions, specifically about the various pricing models that I use and the different components that go into them. However, due to the limited time we had together, there were a few points I wish I could have expanded upon.
Managerial Interview Vahram Dolukhanyan MGMT 415 Dr. Burt Reynolds June 2, 2015 I have been working at National Grid for about eight years after I graduated college. For most of that time my Manager has been Chris. Chris is a former Navy guy that joined National Grid after he finished with his tour. Like me, Chris also started in the design department and eventually moved to the manager position he is at now in Distribution Design. Our role here involves designing for infrastructure improvements, maintenance projects, customer initiated projects, internal projects, investigations, complaints, repairs, and emergencies within our service territory. We design both overhead and underground electrical facilities within our
Administrator of Human Resources Interview Steve Barrett is the Executive Director for Human Resource Operations for the Minneapolis Public Schools District. According to S. Barrett, he has worked in his current position for seven months (personal communication, January 20, 2015). Previously, Barrett worked as an adjunct professor at the Metropolitan State
Administrator of Human Resources Interview Introduction Steve Barrett is the Executive Director for Human Resource Operations for the Minneapolis Public Schools District. According to S. Barrett, he has worked in his current position for seven months (personal communication, January 20, 2015). Previously, Barrett worked as an adjunct professor at the Metropolitan State University for 25 months, and as an Executive Director for Employee Relations at Minneapolis public schools for 20 months. Later, he worked as the Labor Relations Director at Osseo Area Schools for three years and four months, and Labor Relations Specialist at the City of Saint Paul for six years and one month (S. Barrett, personal communication, January 20, 2015). Barrett earned his master’s degree at Hamline University, where he graduated with a Masters of Arts in Public Administration. In this report, I document the interview I had with Barrett on January 20, 2015 to discuss human resources management in the school district.
Evan Edwards general sales manager for 102.3 radio free radio has been with the industry for over 10 years now. Evans understands how this business works and operates, on its own rules regulations and stipulations. Some people outside of the rules of radio might not understand that game, but when you also add the element of sales to radio things can get hectic and confusing . Edwards agreed for me to have an actual 24 hour visual of his schedule, while also granting me an exclusive interview opportunity. While in management position "things become seemingly different some people may have an issue with your authority but none of that is important what is important is being sure the company does not get involved or affected with personal issues
I chose to interview Chris Bouwens. He is the owner of Professional Safety Solutions, Inc. and ProDry, LLC. Both of these companies he founded by himself. I had the opportunity to watch him take these ideas to fruition. He runs both of these companies out of the same Grand Rapids office. Each company has its own employees, logos, and phone numbers. Professional Safety Solutions is centered on hospital and construction site safety, inspections and testing. ProDry is a water and mold remediation company.
I met Brent at his office on Thursday, December 31 at 11:00 AM to conduct the interview. Interviewing Brent was overwhelming at first since it was conducted in the executive wing of the company, an area I rarely visit. Arriving at the executive wing, I was first greeted by two receptionists who pointed me to Brent’s administrative assistant. I announced my arrival to Brent’s administrative assistant who asked me to take a seat while Brent completed his prior meeting. Once Brent exited his office, he greeted me warmly and invited me into his office. Once inside, the gravity of the
In late October I was able to schedule an interview with in order to get to know a bit about about his position and experiences. At first we started to talk about his background. Kyle Reeve received a Mechanical Engineer bachelor's degree from Northeastern University. I was very surprised to know that he did not actually go to college for software engineering or
I structured this paper by giving you the insight about all the question I asked and the responses I received, ending it off with the list of facts I learned and knowledge I gained throughout the interview.
For my first interview, I chose to analyze my grandfather (William McGlone) and his personal work histories. At age 84, he had quite an extensive work life. After graduating from the University of Minnesota in 1956 with a B.A. in Communications, he began his job search with a strong focus
IT Department Director/Trainer Interview I selected John Lajeunesse an IT programmer / director / trainer with over 30 years of experience of which ten have been spent at the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH). If I took away one fact from the interview with John, was that he is incessantly seeking innovative and creative approaches to compel individuals to learn. Clearly, budgetary constraints, employee time, and the lack of fundamental knowledge are elements that make training programs so difficult to be successful
Ngoc Van Nguyen is a staff Accountant at Associa Community Management Corporation located in Richardson, Texas. He was gracious enough to take time out of his busy schedule for this interview. Not only was he generous with his time, he showed great excitement in sharing his story and experiences with me. I left the interview with a better understanding of his work and what it takes to excel in my profession. Sharing his experiences encouraged me to continue on my path, and inspired me to become more engaged in my professional development
This paper will go over the responsibilities of a facility manager. I had the opportunity to interview Joe G Hart Senior Manager of Facilities Operations. The facility is the home of over three thousand employees and several hundred volunteers. The daily operation of the facilities department is
Sport Manager Interview Paper For my Sport Manager Interview I interviewed Mr. Matt Seibring who is an Assistant Director in Competitive Sports. I asked Mr. Matt questions that related to his job and basically to help prepare and give me advice for my career plans in the future. In the Assistant Directory
Interviewing Divisional Manager Patrick Davies Before conducting my interview allow me to introduce you to my Interviewee, Patrick Davies. Patrick attended the University of California Riverside, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (B.A.B.A), with a core in finance. This he attributes (in part) to his success as a Manager. Patrick has held numerous management positions; from a lower level warehouse manager, to his current positon of Divisional Manager (middle management) at VCI Construction, Inc. All told Patrick has eleven years of experience in management and currently oversees thirty employees, which I believe makes him the ideal candidate for this interview.