SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2010 • VOLUME 32: 5
Building an Exceptional Imaging
Management Team: From Theory
By Laurie Hogan
There are abundant leadership and management theories that can help imaging
administrators develop managers and ultimately build a better team. Administrators
who apply these theories in practical and meaningful ways will improve their teams’
leadership and management aptitude.
Radiographer Perceptions of Managerial
Transformational Leadership Levels
By Jeffrey S. Legg, PhD, RT(R)(CT)(QM), Duane Akroyd,
PhD, RT(R), and Melissa B. Jackowski, EdD, RT(R)(M)
Considering the importance of leadership skills in radiology departments, this
article addresses directly the empirical evidence concerning radiographers’ perception of their radiology managers and supervisors transformational leadership
levels in the United States.
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Clinical Ladders: The Next Generation 40
By Paul A. Dubiel, MS and Debra T. Flores, RT(R)
Modifications to an existing technologist ladder included non-technical responsibilities as well as some non-hospital activities to enable technologists who consistently go above and beyond their job duties to be promoted.