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Health Educator was asked...April 9, 2018

what to do if you have a difficult supervisor

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I would start by attempting to communicate with them, so that we can learn how to be on the same page; showing I am an ally and not an enemy. Generally the individual who is being difficult or hard to get along with are having their own troubles and it's not because of the employee. If it is a personality conflict then taking a quiz like True Colors would help all parties involved communicate more effectively with each other. Not only will it make people think before directing, but also enable bonding in the workplace. Less

I try to maintain a professional relationship by interacting with them in a respectful way and working with them as part of the team taking feedback and seeing if I can offer ideas Less

I maintain a professional relationship working with everyone taking supervisor feedback and seeing if I can give feedback to help the team Less

Boys & Girls Clubs of America

What program would I create if I had the opportunity to create one, how would I run it, and measure for success?

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Based on observations and feedback from students and teachers i would decide what program to have. I evaluate it through questionnaires and sit down meetings then work with program director to make needed changes Less

Based on observations and feedback from students and teachers i would decide what program to have. I evaluate it through questionnaires and sit down meetings then work with program director to make needed changes Less

for me a measure of success is questionnaires on how students/teachers/parents like program and what they would like to see. It also entails usage of the program Less

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield

How would you handle the following scenario? Role play between myself and a manager who portrayed a member with a chronic condition. We discussed SMART goal planning.

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Discuss strategies to help with pain management as well as smart goals that are measurable to patient. Less

Engaged member, discussed barriers and create ways to overcome barrier. Set up measurable goals with a time frame for completion. Less

Planned Parenthood

Have you had experience teaching large groups? What area of health education are you most comfortable with?

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I was an educator of surgical services, operating room to a 40 operating rooms hospital. I am comfortable talking in front of students .teaching is my passion. Less

What do you think as an educator can influence learning to a room full of new employees that came from different background, ethnicity and cultural belief? - as an educator, I have to be secure with myself, knowledge, values, and skills. These factors transcend in my teaching skills and interaction with trainees or new employees Less


What makes you a great fit for the role?

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Related my previous experience and what my attributes were in relation to the role. Less

Commonwealth of Virginia

Standard interview questions. There was nothing unexpected. I did receive the interview questions a head of time while waiting for the panel to assemble.

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Be on time, so you can review the questions and gather your thoughts.

Consulate Health Care

Explained the salary constraints and the job compared to my previous job and my education and experience.

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I explained that I understood this and would have to give some thought to my ability to make it at that lever. Less

Center on Halsted

How did you like being an EMT?

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I answered by reference to the fact that I was an EMT while in college, so I mostly dealt with the same type of patients. But it showed me a different side to clinical work and I got to see all different aspects of patient care and interaction. Less

Macomb County, Michigan

Why are you a good candidate for this job?

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Alabama Department of Public Health

What experience do you have in working independently with no over sight.

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I work independently with no over sight because I don't wait for others to tell me what to do. I have several years experience in developing programs from the ground up. Less

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