Serving as a leader for my group for History Fair has really helped me improve my organization and communication skills. We faced many conflicts because my group and I had many ideas and different point of views and I had to be able to bring those ideas together into one functional project. My job as a leader was also to assign different jobs to the members of the group to make it fair to everyone and divide the work equally. At the beginning there were also many conflicts deciding the topic of the project so we decided to pick a group leader and by everybody’s vote I took the position.
Over the course of this semester, I have become more self-aware of how leadership plays a crucial role in my life. I learned this through a variety of class activities, discussions, assignments, and our group project. Because of all of this, I have learned more about how I conceptualize leadership, and what employers might look for in new employees. Through this class I have grown intellectually and as a person. In the future, these skills I acquired will effortlessly transfer into the workplace after I graduate.
Being a leader was never my strong suit, but I often put myself in situations that required me to improve. I would frequently see my younger family seeking advice but were often discouraged since they felt uncomfortable asking their elders. This led to me becoming their mentor because I experienced similar issues first due to being a first generation student.
Building a career is vital for any person. Building a vocation is vital for any person. There is an assortment of professions to browse in based on your scholastic capabilities. Nowadays, choosing a career in a healthcare industry is the best option.
The Medicine Wheel is a traditional Indigenous educational process that to teach people which create a relevance about the space, pedagogy and atmosphere within the culture. It is used to help people learn and understand the subjects which they are hard to learn or understand because the Medicine Wheel is ideal and not real objects (Bell, 2014). Also, it contains many rings of teaching, such as the seasons, the moment of a day, steps of life. The Settlers reconciled the First Peoples’ culture, language, the Medicine Wheel and the land. Reconciliation is a process and action that the government deep apologized to the First Peoples for what they did. It is not only an apology but also is a way to undo the damage as possible as the government can and they promised that will not happen again. Also, reconciliation is a way to promote the First Peoples’ culture and communities to the public and eliminate the gap between the public and them, and the stereotype of the First Nations. From this essay, it shows the concept of reconciliation from personal experience, the reading concept and the action for reconciliation to promote and protect the First Peoples.
I firmly believe that the people i've surrounded myself with have helped me become the person I am today. I think that they have helped me become a leader in my own right and have pushed me to achieve reach my full potential. The passion that I have has forced me to be the leader i am in the sense that i push for the goals I know are reachable and it has also allowed me to be the leader that compromises when it comes to the people I work with. I’m adaptable, positive, and i maximize where and when I
Over the course of my studies I feel I have grown as a teacher leader. I no longer take leadership opportunities for granted. The courses here at Lamar have shown me that no matter if the leadership opportunity is formal or informal it still can have an enormous impact on student success. I also attribute my growth to the additional
I have always known I love change, but from this class, I learned change is the hallmark of a leader. As John C. Maxwell says in The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, “Growth = Change.”The leadership assessments allowed me to understand myself in a new way. Because I am a curious green thinker, I need explanations and answers to understand my world. I tend to see the big picture of a project and my mind motivates me toward something new or improved. I am curious about new opportunities because I easily become bored with routine. Learning I have these characteristics has increased my confidence to pursue future leadership roles in a small to a mid-sized position.
I have been the president of my school’s Junior Civitian club for 2 years now and I was color guard caption for two years also. I have learned how to become a leader. I also went to Girl State where I learned how to become a better leader. Becoming a leader is challenging, especially in high school, when you want to do what everyone else is doing. I have learned that being a leader you should be fair and treat people as if they are your peers and not lower than you are. As a leader I am the first person their and the last person to leave. I also have made myself available to the people in Junior Civitan and the people on the color guard team. I also have an ambitious attitude, as should ever leader. I will always try to keep everyone cheerful
Being involved in everything I do, my leadership skills have developed naturally through experience. I can think creatively and critically and offer advice to others. Through past mistakes and other’s opinions, I have learned to make my failures into successes. Through many organizations and extracurriculars, I have gained many perspectives on various topics. For instance, at BAE Systems, I take part in hands-on learning with other students who are as dedicated as me. This allows me to learn new perspectives in a cooperative environment. We constantly communicate with each other, sharing our ideas on how to solve the task at hand.
I see myself as a potential leader, trying to get everyone on task and doing on what we need to do. So being a leader will help other students and me be successful,and that we may surpass the teacher's expectations.
I occupy my time in clubs and activities that both captivate my interest and are most important for my peers and me. These include but are not limited to my positions in Link Crew, Student Council, and Senior Board. They range from Senior Class Representative to Vice President. Many of my teachers and mentors have identified a characteristic of mine as a great leader, and I wanted to improve on these skills. I don't dominate discussion or action, I simply guide it. I take all of my positions seriously and always bring my best attitude; my leadership methods distinguish me from other
Life is full of decisions. You have the choice to decide what you want to do for a career. Some may have jobs they wish they could change or made the decision before to have done something differently. The career you choose should be something you love, along with aspects that fit your values the best. Interest, skills, financially that you know you can excel in. A plan for life is important, so it’s best to know or have an idea on what you want to proceed in.
Also, I try to include many others in the way I want to change or exceed something at Whitford, to see different opinions and what the majority of the students really care about. Although I only count as one, my outgoing, yet easygoing personality really helps me lead at Whitford, and will hopefully at Beaverton as well. I'm not the student who sits in class and doesn't talk for 90 minutes, although I do my work efficiently and to the best of my ability. Talking is helpful to me so that I can ask my peers for help, as well as their opinion on something class related. I try my hardest to achieve my goals, as well as pushing myself harder every day. I would like to bring new, unique ideas to Student leadership, and use teamwork to bring even bigger and better ideas for the