The Leadership Style Of The And Mentally Retarded After Graduating High School

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I worked a variety of jobs revolving around children and the mentally retarded after graduating high school with no clear idea of what I wanted to do long term and never considering a health care profession. In a way I might say it happened by accident. I moved to a new city and found a job through a staffing agency as a receptionist in an orthopedic surgeon’s office and this is when I found my calling. I truly enjoyed working with patients and made the decision to go back to school at the age of 25. Approximately a year later I began my education in Radiologic Technology and there I was exposed to Radiation Oncology. I was drawn to Radiation Oncology due to my passion for patient care and knew I could make a difference in the lives I touched. I have always described my leadership style as situational. It’s hard to define a dominate style. I would say I identify with the affiliative style. However I can also relate to servant leadership style. It has some similar attributes as the situational leadership style such as adapting to fit the situation. At one point in my career I worked for a large corporation experiencing constant change in addition to annual reduction in forces. This lead to staff constantly be in fear of losing their jobs and morale was low. I assessed the market workflows and make the necessitated changes.
I was fortunate to have two mentors that stand out in my career specifically in my first management role. One a Regional Director and the

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