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How to be a Leader Without Being the Boss

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MDCB Credits: 1.00

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Available Until: 12/31/2021

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Presented by Maria Grice, MBA, RT(T)
Chief of Radiation Services
Hematology Oncology Associates of CNY

Recorded October 6, 2020

You do not need to be the boss to be a leader. See how your everyday actions as a dosimetrist can make you a leader.  Knowing yourself will allow you to evolve and grow professionally.

This session will help you determine your value and become a leader in medical dosimetry.  Learn the definition of leadership and what makes someone a leader.  Skills that can improve leadership techniques will be reviewed. Learn how Emotional Intelligence can impact your success and the success of providing excellent patient care. This session will show that dosimetrists have an opportunity to be a leader without having a title!

Learner Outcomes:

  1. Discuss what it takes to be a leader without a title
  2. List creative ways to handle difficult situations
  3. Explain Emotional Intelligence

Maria Grice, MBA, RT(T) is originally from Alabama and has lived in Upstate, NY since 2006. Maria finished undergrad at the University of Alabama in Birmingham in 2005. After undergrad, Maria worked as a radiation therapist for a few years as she slowly transitioned into more of a leadership role. In 2015, Maria graduated from State University of New York – Empire State College with a Master’s in Business Administration with a focus in Healthcare Administration.

Maria works for a large private cancer center, Hematology Oncology Associates of CNY, who provides excellent patient care. She is lucky to work with an incredible team of physicians and staff who love what they do and are committed to their work. Maria considers herself lucky to love what she does. When Maria is not working, she can be found hanging with my twins (Grey and Dash) who keep me very busy. She enjoys the outdoors, music and meeting new people.