Personal Letter For Recruiting New Members

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9) Three personal traits I possess that impact my professional endeavors are dependability, optimism and persistency. I was the director of recruiting promotions for my business fraternity, Pi Sigma Epsilon. I was responsible for recruiting new members by tabling at involvement carnivals throughout the summer and the fall. The chapter was depending on me to show up at each carnival and pitch our fraternity to the incoming students. When recruiting, persistency is key. If you simply let people pass by, you are missing opportunities. You have to engage them and insist that they come and listen to your pitch, in hopes that they will be interested in what you have to say. I was very persistent and as a result, we recruited our largest class in…show more content…
I had a wide range of responsibilities and was required to communicate with a great deal of people in many ways. When problems arose, as they frequently did, it was my job to fix them. We were filming in an old historic house in downtown Wilmington, NC, that was currently in the process of being renovated. At about two in the morning on the last day we were filming, we lost power. We were on a very tight schedule and we had to finish filming that evening or we would risk failing the project. The only power source that remained were a few outlets located under the house. We found them, but our extension cords did not reach all the way from under the house to the front door and through the living room. So, I needed to come up with a solution. As a result of both the housing being old and in the middle of construction, there were multiple places where there were small holes in the floor. At my direction, we were able to run the cords from under the house, up through the floorboards and into the proper rooms. We had just enough energy to run our lights and we were able to continuing filming. 11) I examined the article, “Emotional Intelligence: Key Skills for Raising Emotional Intelligence” written by Jeanne Segal and Melinda Smith, published on According to the article, Emotional Intelligence is made up of four components: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship
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