Radiology Interview Questions
How do you go about securing buy-in from administration? ...physicians? ...other department heads? ...your own staff?
User Submitted Interview Answers
By utilizing all of them in the decision making process.
Team-work and division of labour is the key to success.
Take them aside, have a chat with them, see if they have something going on personally / at home / at work. Politely suggest that they need to put their best foot forward when their in the workplace, remeber the setting and the nature of the work and patients, and they come first. Suggest talking to someone, enlightening managament if there is a problem so they can offer support.
What made you decide to apply for this position?
I think by being honest & open about what you want. Having a strong passion for what you believe in and being prepared to explain how to go about attaining the goal.
In order to secure buy-on from administration and others alike, it is important to highlight on the benefits and future successes that can come of it.
Do my homework and be able to supply positive answers with facts.
By ensuring that they have confidence in the work produced by the radiology department. That is achieved through quality work that meets their expectations.
I obtain data and proof and then present it to Administrators.