My name is Edward Ghosn, I am the Director of Clinical Education for the Respiratory Program at Concorde Career Colleges, San Bernardino CA. Campus. I am a 28 year Respiratory Therapist and currently hold a BS in Business Management and also a Registered Respiratory Therapist. I have been in Education 2.5 years and strive to be a Program Director. On a personal note, I am married for 28 years and have 9 children, 2 older daughters married.
I have seen several types of learning styles at work in my clinical students. There are some who truggle in the didactic portion of their education, but when they get into the clinical portion of their education they really flourish
I think that active participation of the leader is vital. Leadin by example will tell other members that the leader is passionate in what he/she is doing. This will promote a team spirit and participation. What is your input on this topic?
I learned that it is important to be assertive
I was just a small section, but I learned the importance of being assertive at all times
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