Write a 3-4 page response to an employment questionnaire requiring a self-evaluation of your leadership, collaboration, and ethical experiences.
An understanding of one’s own approaches to leadership, motivation, collaboration, and ethical situations is important to the evolution of an effective leader. An introspective lens can help emerging leaders better understand and hone these important skills.
Use the Western Medical Enterprises Questionnaire [DOCX] to complete this assessment.
Imagine that over the past few months you have participated in several organizational projects and met many new people. The opportunities to collaborate and demonstrate your emerging skills as a leader prompted you to think about applying for a new position. After exploring online job postings, you prepared a resume and submitted the application to Western Medical Enterprises. A few days later you received the following email:
Thank you for your interest in employment at Western Medical Enterprises. We have received your application packet. The next step for all potential employees is to provide a narrative response to the questions in the attached document. Please return your completed document to me by replying to this email.
Once we receive your responses, we will review them and notify you of the next steps.
Human Resources Recruiter
Western Medical Enterprises
Respond to the scenario by completing the Western Medical Enterprises Questionnaire [DOCX]. Be sure to follow the prompts in the document and, when complete, submit it for this assignment.
You will use one of the following to complete Section 2 of the questionnaire:
- Levitt, D. (2014). Ethical decision-making in a caring environment: The four principles and LEADS. Healthcare Management Forum, 27(2), 105–107.
- American College of Healthcare Executives. (n.d.). ACHE code of ethics. https://www.ache.org/
about-ache/our-story/our- commitments/ethics/ache-code- of-ethics
Please refer to the scoring guide for details on how your assessment will be evaluated.
Example Assessment: You may use the following to give you an idea of what a Proficient or higher rating on the scoring guide would look like: