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Tell me about your leadership experience. How would you describe your leadership style?
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As a management consultant, you'll have to be able to effectively communicate with stakeholders from a wide variety of backgrounds, from industrial engineering to IT to finance. While these people may not be your direct reports, a strong leader will be able to influence stakeholders at different levels in order to align everyone with the proper outcome. You may also be called upon to take the lead on a project with a number of team members. It is critical that you understand how to lead. Show the interviewer your flexibility when it comes to leading others.

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Tell me about your leadership experience. How would you describe your leadership style?
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I have worked in a leadership role since 2010. As a lead for the Medical office I was required to process medical applications for clients. Processing the applications needed MC regulation expertise to correctly issue benefits to clients. As a supervisor I was in charge of maintaining a unit composed of 8 workers. My primary responsibility was to ensure that the unit was running well, completed tasks assigned in a efficient and timely manner, reviewing of work, and motivating employees. As a trainer I have had the pleasure of training to all DEBS staff the Affordable Care Act and the changes Medical. I was responsible for creating curriculum that provided the rules and regulation of the Affordable Care Act in writing, creating training materials needed for worker training, and making changes to training whenever an area did not seem effective.
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I have been in a leadership role for more than half of my 27 years of postal experience.
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I am experienced in effective communication, task delegation and team work.
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I have worked as a project manager, shift supervisor and currently control room operator.
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I have over 10 years of managing experience. I am team focus. I have managed staff and volunteers. I believe in building collaborative relationships with my team. I have spearheaded projects and programs and have learned to delegate effectively.
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I managed and directed a university-based community and economic development outreach program for over 15 years. In that role, I was the key contact person representing my employer in both a technical role as well as a public relations role regarding economic development.
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While in college I was the computer lab manager of 70 computers and 5 students. It was my responsibility to schedule lab coverage and provide duties for the students to perform while at work.
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Teaching families how to take care of a patients wound, being an advocate for patient care.
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3yrs experience as an effective leader.
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My leadership experience is being the director of the women's ministry where I design workshops that will help to build confidence, teaches wellness, re-position themselves to believe that they can be anything they want, now I am working on a program to educate those without computer knowledge.
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I have led a couple of Regional Office's projects in claims processing such as reducing back log for 2 year old claims and the Nehmer Phase II project. For the 2 year old project, I led a team of 4 that consists of RVSR, myself and VSR's for promulgation and authorization. For the Nehmer Phase II project, I led a team that consists of Legal Instrument Examiners of 8 to train on reviewing prior decisions and medical opinion examination input in VERIS.
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Have supervisory experience.
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I have always been put in a position of leadership, from high school, to the military and in life. I have always succeeded in anything the team has accomplished with a hard work ethic.
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I supervise 4 admin assistants in the areas of staffing, training, budget and travel and other admin tasks. In 2010, I also mentored two new hires to the agency, St. Louis National Hearing Center for a 120 day assignment. throughout my career, I have led initiatives such as the Informal Remand project, medicare part b subsidy program, new contract training for performance appraisals and training initiatives for the new York region.
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I have worked in a leadership role since 2010. As a lead for the Medical office I was required to process medical applications for clients. Processing the applications needed MC regulation expertise to correctly issue benefits to clients. As a supervisor I was in charge of maintaining a unit composed of 8 workers. My primary responsibility was to ensure that the unit was running well, completed tasks assigned in a efficient and timely manner, reviewing of work, and motivating employees. As a trainer I have had the pleasure of training to all DEBS staff the Affordable Care Act and the changes Medical. I was responsible for creating curriculum that provided the rules and regulation of the Affordable Care Act in writing, creating training materials needed for worker training, and making changes to training whenever an area did not seem effective.
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Leading people in large, medium and small organizations, both military and federal government.
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I am currently a deputy team leader.
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I provided leadership to two ESA assigning work schedules, detailing assignments, had one on one staff meetings to see have work assignments been completed and what they need to complete there assignments. Trained in areas where needed provided advice on how to complete assignments on time. Created desktop manuals on operational procedures.
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I have been a member of management since 2006 at the Ohio Department of Youth Services. In December of 2009 I became a supervisor, supervising 3 Office Assistants in 2 cities. Within this capacity I managed them in all administrative duties. I lead all administrative duties including fiscal, HR, Etc... I lead in training on new programs and new policies, as well as writing policies. Serving on committees for the department as well.
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Lead by example and very structured.