A typical day for me is to prepare and present those concepts and theories that answer the objectives for the week and create those opportunities or projects that will allow me to share my leadership experiences with adult learners who are seeking a Masters in Health Service Administration or Business Administration degrees. I have taught over 30 different subject areas, mostly focusing on financial management, quality and outcome analysis, and organizational leadership behavior of health care organizations. My experiences as a leader in healthcare is always incorporated.
I learn a great deal of information by empowering others to share their experiences and knowledge of their current work industry, ethical ,and view of current world issues, especially regarding health care.
Management with great leadership practices are key in the workplace for me. Opportunities for growth and development is in the forefront of such leadership practices. This encourages excellence and commitment.
My co-workers and I are engaged and believe in excellence and therefore continue to build on those skills or performance measures that will promote the best outcomes for others.
The hardest part of the job is making sure that I am able to reach all learning styles, cultures, and needs by reviewing their goals, reading, researching, preparing the right Powerpoint presentations and creating the right project to ensure comprehension and application of concepts immediately in the workplace.
The most enjoyable part of the job is observing how well students are able to apply discussed concepts, experiences and knowledge to address real healthcare issues.