The purpose of this interview was to gain more information about professional development, possible areas of opportunities, knowledge and skills required to be successful in the field of management. I interviewed Mr. Anand Palanisamy, Head of Business Operations for MyTaxFiler in Plano, Texas. The company operates in about seven locations in the United States. His educational qualifications include a Bachelor in Business Management and Masters in both Computer Application and Management Information System. He previously worked for Deloitte Consulting as Project Manager and traveled extensively.
I contacted Mr. Anand via a phone call and we set up a time for the following morning to conduct the interview. He resides in Texas and therefore, I was unable to conduct an in-person interview. However, he agreed to a face-to-face video call. Furthermore, I conducted about three interviews as a means of primary research for my ENG 201 – Writing in the Disciplines class. This provided me with the experience needed to be prepared to conduct an interview. Therefore, I constructed a set of ten questions to ask Mr. Anand …show more content…
Anand’s job description and previous work experience. Further, I asked him to suggest some ways a student can gain the necessary experience in my field. He recommended that after my graduation, I should try working for a multinational company to gain knowledge and put to use the skills acquired while studying, polish them, while also gaining all-around personal and professional development. In his opinion, this experience would be invaluable before venturing into my dreams of starting my own firm. Additionally, he suggested that internships during my undergraduate years are imperative to be successful in the field of management, especially because theoretical knowledge and practical experience can be a world apart. Also, he was of the belief that the field of management is broad and jobs are available in any
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S is a 59 year old African-American female born and raised in Anson County who has attended several institutes of higher learning. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Secretarial Administration from Barber-Scotia College, she later received special education teaching licensure from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Because of her love for learning, S has also taken online classes through the University of Phoenix. She has been a secondary special education teacher for three years and currently works with 8th graders at Anson Middle School.
For my informational interview I interviewed Hasty Elementary School Counselor Candace Thurman. Mrs. Thurman earned her B.A. in Psychology from Salem College and a MA Ed.S in Mental Health Counseling from Gardner Webb University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed School Counselor. Her maternal grandfather suffered from mental illness and was homeless. Seeing the impact his condition had on him as well as her family compelled her to choose a career in mental health. Mrs. Thurman worked in the middle school setting for 11 years. This year is her first year in an elementary school.
Many young students want to pursue a career in accounting but are still wondering whether the possibility of matching this job or not. In general, the accounting industry is considered the industry that many students including myself choose and study. Graduate, students easily find a job and have a steady income. Not only easy to find a job and a stable income, I began to choose accounting because of the peculiarity quite "comfortable" of the industry: not too demanding, picky, I just have to like working with the numbers and skills required when working with numbers. Since accounting is an indispensable part of all companies and organizations, so this is one of the best craft unemployment negligent that I want to purse.
Collateral interview with Ms. Jennifer Small-Felix/Child Advocate and therapist was conducted via phone to discuss child’s behavior and follow up in reference to status of her medication. Child’s advocate was informed of change in child’s behavior reported by the foster mom.
Ms. Alicia appeared less engaged and agitated with allegation. Ms. Alicia stated that she and her daughter are living together and her sister supports her and does child care for her when she is at work. Alicia stated that she works in lab and her work keeps her busy. She stated that she has not spoken to her husband regarding the allegation. However, she stated that she wants John to come back home and they as family resolve the allegation. She appeared to shift her opinion regarding the sexual abuse report about her daughter. CPI asked if she believes her daughter’s opinion and she continued to say “I am following what police wants her to do and has not had a time to discuss about the allegation” She also stated that Laela wants her father at home and she misses him. Ms. Alicia stated that she supports that and wants John to return home. This worker reminded Ms. Alicia that there is still ongoing investigation and that he needs to stay away until she hears from the police. CPI asked if there has been any arrest and she reported no. She also stated that she communities with him through phone but never discuss about Laela and sexual abuse allegation. During the meeting Ms. Alicia appeared to be in denial about her daughter’s
Over the past few days, I have spent a considerable amount of time on the phone with Public Relations professionals in the greater New York area. All of the PR professionals I talked to are in the pharmaceutical field. I choose this field because I find the health care industry very interesting, and I am specifically concerned with understanding how drugs enter the market.
CW is a 49-year-old female who lives in Kingston, PA. She currently lives with her husband and two children. She is employed as nurse at First Hospital, in Kingston, PA. CW recently began a new job in a different department of the hospital. CW expressed that throughout her adult life, raising her family is most important to her. She is focused on accomplishing her roles of being a wife, mother, nurse, and daughter. She likes to be social and meet new people. CW values her independence and finds every job that she is involved in to be important. She dislikes people who put other people down. Overall CW values her family and hard work ethic.
Using the interview guide, we interviewed Larissa, a Personal Support Worker (PSW) who works at Gary J. Armstrong (Gary J). Larissa has been working as a PSW for close to two decades and was able to provided valuable insight into her discipline. During the interview, Larissa discussed her role as PSW at Gary J and outlined the knowledge and skills required for her practice.
New York’s DesignTech Services is the leading provider of design training and support in today’s fast-paced, super-exciting fashion industry. The business stands way out from the typical IT company via powerful fashion technology software and related services. Team members from the New York institution recently interviewed Jason McConnell and Meir Erani, aka the founders of Fashion Classroom, an online video classroom for fashion designers. Check out the following wise words from the fashion technology pioneers, including how their classroom formed and why they made the move to designer training.
During interview with Hildreth (In-Person Interview, 2015) he notes that his vocational/ rehabilitation program works with between 15-20% of the clients of North West Ohio Psychiatric Hospital. Hildreth (2015) notes that some of his clients work in the vocational program for a shorter time such as a month, while others have been in the program for over a decade (i.e. forensic clients who are NGRI Not Guilty for Reason of Insanity). The first step for entering this program is a referral from a treatment team on one of the psychiatric units when deemed appropriate, and as a good candidate of the program.
For my interview assignment, I interviewed my sixty-one year old cousin, “Sandy” and my nineteen year-old cousin, “Renee”. Sandy works for an auto company that delivers car parts. She has been married thirty years to her husband “Dale”. She has one daughter and one step daughter. She has a high school diploma and some college education. Sandy attends church occasionally and enjoys spending time at home. She grew up on a dairy farm with four brothers and one sister. She is the second youngest out of the five siblings. Renee is a sophomore at a community college. She is planning to become a nurse. She works part-time at a Dollar General and babysits occasionally. Renee is in a serious relationship with her boyfriend, who she has been with for three years. She has received a promise ring from him, and is currently living with him. She does not have any children, but many animals around the house. Renee is the oldest of three siblings. She has one sister and one brother. She does try to go to church every Sunday, when she does not have to go in to work.
The entrepreneur that I interviewed was Lydia Patterson. In 1989, Lydia and her husband, Lou, decided to start planning to open up a new Italian restaurant in Virginia. The restaurant industry, especially in the Washington DC area is very competitive. It is highly competitive with respect to price, value and promotions, service, location, and food quality. There are a substantial number of restaurant operations that compete for customer traffic, some of which have significantly greater resources to aggressively market to consumers, which could result in losing market share. Consumers are highly focused on value and if other restaurants are able to promote and deliver a higher degree of value, guest traffic levels
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