In our second episode with Scott Tucker, we will go through some experiences he’s had while being a leader and working with other people. How to be a good problem-solver, what not to do when trying to create trust among coworkers, and being able to break some barriers that will lead to better results.
Scott will also tell us how he took these experiences and has applied them in a clinical setting by setting guidelines and boundaries but also by being able to create an open environment, where people can work together to solve issues.
Finally, he will let us know his thoughts on the importance of personal connections, especially during hard times.
Make sure you tune in to get great tips on how to deal with conflicts at work.
Today’s Guest: Scott Tucker
Scott Tucker is a practice administrator in MedMan, working in Women’s Health Associates in Boise, Idaho. With a diverse background, he began working in public safety at the age of 14 when he joined the local fire department. He got his EMT at the age of 18 and has experience in revenue cycle and practice management.
Scott developed a big passion for emergency medicine and nowadays still works as a paramedic.