During the interview I had asked her what are the most important competencies to develop in order to become a successful leader. She had mentioned that it is best that you form a good bond with your employees. I have noticed over the years that I have been at Tri City Hospital; we have grown very close with one another. Not only are we close, but also she has very good relationships with everyone in our department. I feel that our relationship is so close because she looks at me like her own child. She does want me succeed in school so that I can grow and improve in life. Lisa also mentioned, that in order to be a successful leader you need to be able to handle any problem that comes your way. If my coworkers were having a conflict, she would intervene and handle the situation before it had worsened. She handles every situation or conflict as they come. She did not like my coworkers arguing with each, so she really does her best to resolve the issue ...
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...nly one she and over 50 of us employees. So when we are busy and hectic we do our best to help everyone out as a team. Lisa handles the more important issues and we handle other things such as getting patients their food fast or making special orders for them.
I have learned a lot from Lisa. She has taught me that it is good to work as a team with my other coworkers to accomplish our task. Not only did she teach to work well with others but she has also encouraged me to do my best and to move up in my job. She pushed me to apply for higher positions that she knew I could do. She believed in me. It was so rewarding to know that was supporting me every second of the way. I do now know what I would do without her. I hope that my other coworkers feel the same way I do about her leadership qualities because she really does a great job at what she does.
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