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Quality Improvement Director

Measuring a Quality Improvement Director.
by: Jennifer C. Zamecki

A Quality Improvement Manager possess a list of key skills and personal characteristics needed for the job, Well-Run Concepts understands these areas and have done the research. Let’s explore what the key attributes, motivators and behaviors would look like for a successful Quality Improvement Manager in an organization.

Whether you are searching for your next hire or a new career, Well-Run Concepts used a comprehensive, validated, step-by-step Job Matching system to determine what is needed for top performance.

Attributes tells us if an individual can do the job by looking at what personal skills or competencies are needed in the job of Quality Improvement Director.

The Top Seven Attributes are:

Problem Solving:
A strong Quality Improvement Director will be able to anticipate, analyze, diagnose and resolve problems.

  • Anticipates, identifies and resolves problems or obstacles.
  • Defines the causes, effects, impact and scope of problems.
  • Identifies the multiple components of problems and their relationships.
  • Prioritizes steps to solution.
  • Develops criteria for optimum solutions.
  • Evaluates the potential impact of possible solutions and selects the best one.

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