Leadership Reflection

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Over the years, whether it has been at school or at my workplace, I have always had leadership roles, whether they were formally assigned to me or not, somewhat my duties combined with my personality have always yielded the same result, lead the group. I have read in many articles that leadership is considered a personality trait and it is also considered a skill that can be learned. I guess I could say I was born with it. In kindergarten I remember that I lead the whole class to the playground during class when for a couple of minutes the teacher had to step out. Probably not the kind of leader you want to follow if you do not want to get in trouble, but that was probably the moment in my life when I realized that I was destined to lead. I am hopeful that once I complete the bachelor’s degree program I will have a better chance of obtaining a leadership role that would have a more significant impact than my previous ones, a positive impact in society, my community and of course my family. After taking the test or survey, twenty four character strengths were determined, the top five were: 1) Hope, optimism, and future-mindedness. 2) Modesty and humility. 3) Creativity, ingenuity, and originality. 4) Capacity to love and be loved. 5) Fairness, equity, and justice. And the bottom five were: 1) Kindness and generosity. 2) Spirituality, sense of purpose and faith. 3) Self-control and self-regulation. 4) Love of learning. 5) Appreciation of beauty and excellence. I feel that the

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