| MANAGER INTERVIEW | | | Introduction: “Leadership is understanding people and involving them to help you do a job. That takes all of the good characteristics, like integrity, dedication of purpose, selflessness, knowledge, skill, implacability, as well as determination not to accept failure” (Burke 1995). The purpose of this paper is to interview a manager from an organization and find out the leadership styles she uses to effectively manage the staff there. This paper also looks at the approach she uses toward employment satisfaction, how she motivates the employees and analyzes the different approaches she uses in her job. The manager that I interviewed works in Loui Café in Penn University. Her name is Bobby Hill and she
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I had the pleasure of interviewing a good friend of mine and a co-worker named Vincent. Vincent is a 28-year-old from the Philippians. He is the youngest of two and him and his brother are part of his family first generation of children born here in America. Vincent has been working as a nurse for the past three years providing in-home services to special needs children. Vincent explained he enjoyed his job and get fulfillment from doing his job. Vincent did express some dissatisfaction with his job as of late because his clients are beginning to become more physically aggressive towards him leaving him with bruises and torn clothes. Vincent stated he has been thinking about joining the United States Air Force to gain more experience in triage because he would like to work in the emergency room or ICU one day.
Phil Yu is a Korean American blogger, speaker and writer. He is also the founder and editor of his own website called “Angry Asian Man” for the past sixteen years. His website covers news, culture and perspectives from the Asian American community in the United States. On April 5, 2017, Phil Yu came to Iowa State University to host a lecture about his website especially his journey to Asian American identity, arts and activism in the Sun Room located in the Memorial Union.
For my STU professor interview, I chose to interview my psychology professor Dr. Heidi Dempsey. Dr. Dempsey has worked at Jacksonville State University (JSU) for nine years and teaches several intro and specialty psychology courses, including Principles of Psychology, Honors Principles of Psychology, Social Psychology I, II, Human Sexuality, and Psychology of Emotion.
The other day I got to sit down with my cousin Ashley Cuccinello and interview her about her college experiences. She grew up in Cicero, Illinois and moved out here during her middle school years. She graduated from Troy Middle School and Joliet West High school. ‘Cicero wasn’t the safest place to grow up, but my family made the best of the situation and always kept me safe” Ashley says as she looks back on her childhood. She is currently 25 years old and attends College of Dupage. Throughout her high school years, she was highly involved in many sports and clubs. She also spent her four years exploring her career options. When she graduated from high school, she started her career at Joliet Junior College for two years and then graduated and
An interview with Professor Kok was used as a foundation for the project and conformed to “preliminary research techniques” (Crosby, Diclemente and Salazar, 2006), practiced among professional health environments. This allowed the efficient planning of the overall Research Development. As the interview was a major primary source within the study, it was useful in supporting, contradicting and reinforcing ideas and concepts argued by various secondary sources. Professor Tuckweng Kok, who specialised in Clinical Virology, providing the investigative report with a professional and honest perspective of the prevalence of HIV. This credibility was reinforced, by the inclusion of specialist terminology in the interview, such as “nucleic acid sequences”,
For this assignment, I knew I wanted to interview a person who worked as some sort of child psychologist. I decided to interview a child psychologist because I am interested in working with immigrant children and advocating specifically for their mental health.
I believe Professor Ucerler might be the most interested in my research. Although, Professor Ucerler research is dated in a later time period, he has experience researching maritime exploration and could provide me with a lot of insight. Some other faculty who might be interested would be Melissa Dale, Dayne Barnes, Stephen Roddy, Kyoko Suda, and Genevieve Leung. Researching Xu Fu’s life would take the efforts of people from a lot of different areas of study. What happened to him, and the people on his ship is one of the great mysterious of ancient Chinese
My Classmate Interview Having just started a new semester in college I am bound to meet some new and unique individuals throughout my classes. In my American Literature class I was recently assigned to Group 4, which has three other individuals in it. The purpose of this message is to describe a little about them so that you, dear reader, may have a working knowledge on who they are
The name of the individual I met with was Brandon Habig, a student in another section of WU 101 who was an acquaintance from high school. While we did go to the same high school, our differences include the fact that he was a relatively hard worker, receiving a 4.0 grade point average at the end of high school whereas I put minimal effort into high school only receiving a 3.2 by the end. Additionally, we grew up in very different households with his parents forcing him to get a job where mine were largely unbothered by my lack of employment. There was a reason that I chose to interview him over the countless other acquaintances I have made over my short time in college, I wanted to have a serious discussion. I felt that it was necessary to meet with someone I was relatively familiar with so that I could ask serious questions without coming off as jaded or
For my interview I chose my English professor because she is somewhat a harsh critic when it come to our papers and in class work. Instead of making an office appointment she asked me to do this interview after class.
Class: CJ100: Eight Skills of the Effective CJ Student Unit: 4 Souces:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Security_guard Souces: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_officer | Interview Project Proposal | | Police officer | Interview Project Proposal Police officer 1 Name: Vince Ventrone Job: police officer at the Jacksonville sheriff office (for 20years) 2 Name: Steven Mungan Job: swc officer (also a police officer) The reason I choose these people is it has the only people that come close to what I going to do. It was the only people I could find. I called the police stations and no one would call me back. Everyone I talk to said there not allowed to talking about their jobs because they were scared to lose jobs. Due to
On Tuesday October 3rd my fellow classmates and I had another opportunity to interview a teacher. However, this time the interview went a little different than the first one.The teacher who we interviewed not only has taught students for many years but he has also been able to see other areas besides teaching. This has led him to appreciate the teaching profession a lot more. Mr Gibson, whose parents were farmers grew up in the Bronx of New York. He is a licensed lawyer who worked in the field for 20 years. After retiring from working as a lawyer Mr Gibson decided that going back to teaching would be best for him. So, that's what he did. Mr Gibson is experienced teaching in elementary schools, middle schools, high schools and even special ed classes.
For my faculty interview, I interviewed Dr. Adem, my chemistry professor. I interviewed Dr. Adem because he teaches my chemistry lecture, lab, and recitation, which I like his teaching methods and class. Since, I he teaches so many of my classes and I like how he teaches, I thought it would be good to get to know him better. I found Dr. Adem to care for the success of students and for his success as a teacher.