Management Courses, Radiology/X-ray- Departmental Topics
Workplace Accountability: A Better Way to Work Together
Audience: Managers, Prospective Managers and Radiologic Technologists
Skill Level: Introductory
Accountability is a commitment that everyone in the workplace must make in order to achieve goals, meet objectives and succeed, not only personally but also professionally. This module focuses on helping the learner understand the importance of accountability in the workplace by discussing behaviors, elements and strategies, as well as exploring the history of accountability from both a workplace and personal nature.
* Define accountability
* Discuss the behaviors and elements of workplace accountability
* Explore old vs. new views of accountability
* Describe the characteristics, tools and benefits of accountability
* Discuss the strategies to build accountability
* Explore personal accountability
Mrs. Aimee J.. Phillips
About the author:
Aimee J. Phillips, M.S.R.T. (R)(M)(CV) obtained her Masters in Community Health Education from W.V.U. She has an extensive background in radiology including certifications as a radiographer, mammographer, and special procedures technologist and is currently pursuing certification in quality management. Her career at Marietta Memorial began in 2000 and she has been a member of the MMH Staff Development team since early 2008. She served as a clinical instructor and program director at two different radiology school programs prior to coming to Marietta. Both of these roles required curriculum design and instruction, as well as knowledge of accreditation standards and functions. Currently, she is responsible for assessment, planning, development and delivering needs based and required education for both clinical and non-clinical areas. Aimee has published several professional articles in RT Image, ASRT Scanner and the ASRT Journal.