My Elder Sister Who Is My Personal Leader

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23 January 2013

Assignment of Leadership, Power and Influence
Assignment No : 01 (One)
Topic : A personal leader

Submitted To
Ms. Fahmida Chowdhury
Associate Professor, BIBM
Mirpur, Dhaka
Course Instructor : Leadership, Power and Influence
Department of Business Administration

Submitted By
Mahfuza Akter Mili [+8801556341735]
ID : 10206038 ( Student of MBA )


My Elder Sister who is My Personal Leader

When I started this class on Leadership I used my own Elder Sister as an example of a leader because when I think of some of the positive characteristics of organizational leaders my elder sister keeps coming to my mind.
She is brave and courageous facing challenges most would have
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Although she has never been a CEO of a company, she possesses many of the most significant qualities inherent in many of our best. She has been fair and even-handed, positive and persuasive, hard working and determined. But most of all, she knew how to draw out the best in each one of her family members.
My elder sister could always see the shining ray of hope in all situations. When I would talk to her about personal or professional challenges she would say that life has it’s “ups and the downs”, and that the most important thing to find the balance and inner-peace within.
I feel blessed to have inherited some of my Elder sister’s innate sense of optimism, sensibility and courage. It is clear to me that create a confidant that I am today, mostly due to the positive beliefs that were inspired upon me as a young sister.
Words of wisdom from my Elder sister that I always carry with me are: “This too shall pass”. As leaders, my Elder sister’s advice implies that we must learn how to “let go” and trust. This means we can’t control everything around us. It means asking others for help. It means not giving up. From this place of trust, humility and hope, we can honestly discover how to serve one another. And so, as I move forward in life,
I can only hope that
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