CAREER INFORMATIONAL Post-Interview
CAREER INFORMATIONAL: Post-Interview
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Class /& Sec__Stefany Beltran SPCH1321_________
INTERVIEWEE NAME, TITLE, ORGANIZATION: YAMAN SUBEI, CEO URGENTOLOGY CARE
Write each of your questions followed by each of the interviewee’s answers. Use the notes you took in your face-to-face interview OR if email interview, make sure you attach copies of email responses. You will use interesting material from the interview in your career speech.
TIP: Copy your questions from the pre-interview assignments and type the answers after each question.
Expand this space to accommodate all your Q&A’s.
What is your mission for your company?
Mission is to provide access to UrgentCare services at affordable price. Quality of pt. care.
How did you build your 5-year plan?
Top Down approach: High level check to see if you are. You go based off what other people. (Care now: How is Care Now doing, XYZ”. See what their life cycle is. Life cycle is based on what the worst.
Bottom-up approach: Going into every detail of the business. Building based on cost. (How much is all cost and how to charge services) Blow that up into multi-plan. How many patients do you need to see to break even?
Who are your biggest competitors? How does your company differ from them?
Expiden Urgent Care/ Care Now. Pt experience VS Urgent Care services.
Attention in detail. Thinking about pt encounter. Localizing the service, tailor to community. Pt feels like they are going to PCP.
What is the best and worst part of being a CEO?
Best part of being CEO. Control of your time and you call the shots. Worst part is that you call the shots.
What is the biggest challenge you have faces in your career?
Decision to leave a corporate job to start your own business
What is your communication style?
Yaman communication adjust his style based of the audience. Direct to the point
What is your main responsibility as a CEO?
Set business strategies. Meeting your goals
What is a typical week for you?
What do you like most about being CEO?
Yaman sets the vision of the company and set strategies.
What do you like least about being CEO? NA
How does your career effect general lifestyle?
It is challenging. Being able to balance life and work. You must learn how to use time wisely. Milestone in business. (Formatting stage- Personal life is affected.) Good communication with spouse and family about the needs of the business. If you have a vision and plan and time deadline.) Find moments to tailor to family. Smallest things. What is important to your family
How did you become interested in this field?
Evolved in different point in career. Started to with Business Law- Yaman wanted to be a business. CPA when he was in college. Yaman wanted to become a partner in his firm. With time Yaman wanted to be a businessman.
What kind of education, training, or background does your career require?
Business Degree, Higher education (Master or MBA). Yaman wants to go back to school for MBA.
What skills, abilities and personal attributes are essential to success in the career field?
Surrounding self with the right people, being able to take leadership, knowing when to take yourself into detail and know when to take yourself out of detail. You can pay attention to detail. Take yourself out the equation. Having balance and knowing when to adjust and picking the right team.
How did you begin your career? In college
What do you do to ensure you continue to grow and develop as a leader/CEO?
Stay involved and know what is going on what going on. Attending conferences in field. Wall Street Journal app and reads
What is something you wish you would have known when you started your career path? — NA
Where do you see yourself on 5 years?
In 5 years, Yaman sees that he has a series of location. (Urgentology care, Cure, MedSpa. Cure Allergy will have about 3 locations. MedSpa /Urgentology Care
What are the most effective strategies for seeking a position in this field?
One step at a time. Have goals (always have goals) Surround yourself that will inspire you, make sure to know who your friends are. Make sure to keep family close. Always have an I can do it attitude vs an IDK or maybe not, or if someone lese can do it I can do it.
What advice would you give someone who is considering your career type?
How do you use your communication skills at work?
*Can you think of two other people in this field I should talk to or email for further career information?- Talk to in my network. Paige Payne.
**Can I contact you in the future if I have other questions? Yes
What surprised you most about what you learned from this interview?
How much time and effort and money it takes to have your own company.
Who are the two people your interviewee told you about who would be good for additional career information interviews?
Informational Interview Contact 1:
Informational Interview Contact 2:
Send a thank you note! Send an email or a handwritten thank you note as soon as possible to your interviewee. Buy some nice, blank cards with envelopes at Office Max, Target or Walmart.
Write out below what you wrote as a thank you note (U.S. Mail) or email following the guidelines in the assignment and in the rubric.
Dear Mr. Subei,
It was so nice to meet with you today! Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions and talk about what it’s like at Urgentology Care, it seems like an amazing place to work. I especially loved hearing about your pros and cons of being a CEO.
I look forward to staying in touch as I continue my job search. I plan on using your advice. And if Urgentology Care has any openings in there, I hope you’ll let me know so I can apply.