Each student is required to conduct and record a ½ hour long interview with a person in a management position in an organization. The recording may be audio or video. You should choose a person to interview and make an appointment explaining that the purpose of the interview is to learn about leadership and gain practical insights. Note also that the leadership interview is an accreditation requirement for the HCAD program. You are not required to submit the recording to this class.
The interview must be transcribed and presented as a written report. The report should be no less than 6 typed pages, double spaced, 1-inch margins, and Times New Roman, 12 point font. The report must have 4 elements:
Cover page: Your name, course number, and date
Introduction: Who you interviewed and why (credentials, experience, position, etc.).
My manager: Network Operations Director for Medicare Advantage Plan at Cigna Healthspring
Have been in Network Operations for 6 years. Started as a field representative, moved to an Network Operations Administrator, to Network Operations Manager, then promoted to Network Operations Director
Oversees Mid-Atlantic and Pennsylvania region
Healthcare Management -valued based
Bachelors Degree in Business and certified in Change Management
Interview her for her leadership skills
Interview: The questions asked and the responses received.
Analysis: Your evaluation of the interviewer’s leadership philosophy, approach, and skills, as related to the course concepts
With regard to the interview, sample questions include the following:
How did you get to where you are today?
How would you qualify your leadership style (e.g., servant, transformational, democratic, etc.)? She is transformational leader.
What do you find most admirable in people? Why are those things so important to you?
Who is your favorite leader and why?
What were the top principles you have learned?
How would you complete the sentence, “People should …”? (2-3 ideas)
What’s the purpose of your life?
What’s the best way to get others to do what you want them to do?
What are the two most important events in your life and what did you learn from them?
You are encouraged to develop your own inquiry. This is an opportunity to explore the intangible factors of leadership.The post Are you a leader? first appeared on Term Paper Tutors.