Write a 3-4 page response to an employment questionnaire requiring a self-evaluation of your leadership 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.


Download and review the Western Medical Enterprises Questionnaire found in the Resources. Use it to complete this assessment.

The following resource is required to complete the 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:

Dear Applicant,
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 e-mail. 
Once we receive your responses, we will review them and notify you of the next steps.
Good luck! 
Thomas Hardy
Human Resources Recruiter
Western Medical Enterprises


Respond to the scenario by completing the Western Medical Enterprises Questionnaire found in the Resources.



Western Medical Enterprises Applicant Questionnaire

Directions: Please provide responses to the two sections below. The expectation is that each response is from 1-2 pages in length (not including the information already present in this document which is approximately 1 page). You are expected to support your assertions, ideas, or opinions with at least two scholarly or professional resources where appropriate using current APA style and formatting.

Section I: Leadership and Collaboration Experience

Briefly describe an instance where you were required to lead and motivate a team of professionals to collaborate. It does not need to be in a health care setting. If you have not lead a team of professionals before, use a different example.

Next, analyze your approach to the challenge using specific examples. It is not important whether or not your efforts were successful. What is important is the approach you take to appraising your leadership and collaboration decisions and actions. Do the following:

Analyze your leadership of the project. Consider the following:

· What was the purpose or shared vision of the team?

· The effectiveness of your leadership approach and style. Did you get “buy in” from stakeholders?

· Decision making processes and outcomes? What were your good decisions? What would you have done differently?

· How did you communication your vision, values, decisions, information, et cetera?

Analyze your approach to fostering collaboration and motivation among stakeholders. Consider:

· How well you facilitated member or participant collaboration and engagement with one another. Did participants communicate effectively?

· Actions you took to motivate people to realize your vision or tactics. Did the team or participants feel motivated and energized by you? Why or why not?

[Enter Your Response for Section 1 Here]

Section II: Ethics Experience

Briefly describe an ethical dilemma that that demonstrates your application of ethical principles in the health care setting. Next, analyze your response or actions (even if there were none) to the event against one of the reference points below. Were your (in)actions or choices supported by the chosen framework? Be specific and include two references citing one or more of the following.

Any workplace code of ethics (consider choosing one from a place you work or have worked).

The Professional code of ethics for your profession.

AND one of the following:

· Ethical Decision-Making in a Caring Environment: The Four Principles and Leads.


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Leadership Assessment

Stephanie Johnson

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Leadership Assessment

Section I: Leadership and Collaboration Experience

About six months ago, I was given the task of streamlining and then expanding my organization’s use of and integration of locum tenens physi-
cians within our practice. When normal medical staffing is absent, a locum tenens physician may care for patients. Their compensation is high-
er since they are not regular, benefited employees. They are, nevertheless, critical to ‘business as usual,’ since they help fill any open shifts cre-
ated by normal employee vacation, sick leave, maternity leave, and sabbaticals. To address this effort, representatives from the following de-
partments were called together: Operational Practice Directors (PD), Data Analytics, Talent Acquisition (TA), Clinician Scheduling (CS), Hu-