The purpose of this personal assessment is to devalue an incident in which I believe I performed my very best, within my leadership capability, according to organizational policies, and lawful regulatory compliance while protecting cultural competence and our organization from any legal repercussions. Business environment will continue evolve and it is pivotal to the success of the organization that all potential leaders acquire the fundamentals of understanding human behaviors within a multicultural atmosphere. Different situations will arise in which leadership will need to focus on the many aspects of one’s personal beliefs, culture as a whole, and productivity at the least. What is evident is the diversity within
My first APPE rotation was pediatrics in Cleveland Clinic. Before starting the rotation, I was scared but excited to have experience in Cleveland Clinics, since it is one of the biggest hospitals in the country. I was worried because I had no knowledge about pediatrics. Also, the first day of the rotation was a day after the final, so I was in a rush mode.
When registration time rolled around in fall 2015, I only needed 12 hours to graduate in May; however, I knew I would be bored and yearned for a class that was meaningful and would end my college career on a positive note. When Dr. May mentioned the mentoring at-risk youth class I was hooked. Although he tried to talk everybody out of it, I knew that this was going to be a perfect fit for me. I have always enjoyed working with youth, whether it was through coaching cheerleading, volunteering in the local elementary school, or spending afternoons at a halfway house for abused and neglected children. By signing up for the mentoring program I was able to try something I had never tried before— using my love for youth to create a lifelong one-on-one
I was surprised when I learned that I didn’t have only one mentor, but I had three mentors. I was anxious as to who was going to be my mentor and felt scared that I wouldn’t be able to create a connection. One of my mentors had work that day, so I had to arrive a little earlier to have a quick talk. I thought this was going to be my only mentor but it wasn’t. I also, have Dani Barajas and Adrian Camacho as mentors.
My selection into Leadership Rutherford would bring unity to the program and our region from my communication skills, my confidence in our county, and my positive attitude. My pride and love for our community will help to fuel the work that is presented to me from Leadership Rutherford and will allow my natural leadership tendencies to shine. During tasks that give me the opportunity to work with others, I listen with the intent to answer their questions and guide us in the correct direction; if accepted into Leadership Rutherford, I would help to continue to guide our county in the correct direction. Whenever I am out of the country and people ask where I am from, I proudly state "Rutherford County." Rutherford County is not only my birthplace,
As a supportive B.A.S.E. Leader, I participated in Frog Hollow's Halloween Carnival, B.A.S.E. kick-off - an event in which B.A.S.E. leaders lead, support, and have fun with incoming grade eights, and B.A.S.E. lunches - a weekly event for grade eights that B.A.S.E. leaders supervise, and clean up afterwards. In fact, one of my most memorable experiences include the time when a shy kid, named Spencer, was eating all alone during a B.A.S.E. lunch that I was supervising. Hence, I decided to have a welcoming conversation with him, and introduce him to some of the other grade eights in the room because from my experience in the past as a shy kid, I would've greatly appreciated it if someone had introduced, and welcomed me to other kids as well. In
Communication is key to the success and failure of most everything that we do, and that
Until I reached high school, my parents never stressed about college. They never talked about college and majors or even scholarships. Moreover, I believed college was a dream, something that I shouldn’t pay much attention to. However, I desired to attend college, and at that time I assumed I would major in a math or science, or even become an engineer. My assumptions grew from my sister, who planned on being an engineer. When I entered high school, my sister began to stress about my education after high school to my parents considering her dream that I would become a success compared to her. Since my mother wasn’t informed on how our college system works in terms of how to apply and the importance of majors, she truly believed my sister’s
My leadership Mythology and influence originates from military training, reading and mimicking others using some but not all prominent biography’s relevant to people’s traits or actions, as well as proven doctoral guide develop by the us government. I would suggest that leadership and also the understanding of this process via written words continues to be overlooked. Over time I have gravitated to resembling other past great leader’s self-concepts that they might have lead, which telling the existence story or areas of leadership behavior. To illustrate the existence-story approach, in this short paper I offer my own personal leadership
During my Educational leadership Program I have gain so much new knowledge about school administration, laws, and situations that I have kept myself looking for additional information which helps me on a daily base in y work as an aspiring leader in my worksite. I have learn to ask the necessary questions and to make suggestions about daily challenges that could be overcome with a different approach.
For the past 3 summers I have been a part of a Leadership in Training summer Camp run by the YMCA. It is a two week event, the first week is your “Training”. This is where you play team building games, and learn to solve problems as a group. The second week, your skills get put to the test. On the first day of the second week you get assigned to a group. The groups are sorted by age, the ages range from preschool to 5th grade.( I normally request the preschoolers). There is normally 1-2 counselors per group. You assist the counselors along with help the kids do fun activities such as fishing, canoeing, archery, and arts and crafts. A lot of patience is needed for this, along with the ability to say “no” sometimes.
’m the first one to be born And it’s my responsibility To leave traces For others to follow I have to be cautious Or I might step into The wrong ground Letting the roots swallow me up There’s so much pressure in me I’m a perfectionist But inside me, I’m feeble I insist, this is nobody’s job There are only two options: Either
Sure. I am working on a detail with Eastern States Office as a part of my Emerging Leader Program 2016. I am looking to be in DC this summer. I am also open in moving to DC office for political, legislative and overall DC experiences. I am interested in mineral focused areas especially in areas of mining.
For the duration of this Intermediate Leadership Experience (ILE) the five concepts that stood out to me most are the dehumanized climate from Interpersonal Communication, the Contemporary Motivation Model from Leader Influence, Ethical Dilemmas used in Military Ethics from Leadership and Followership, Discipline Model (DM) Arena 1- Prevention from Leader Influence on Subordinate Behavior, and from Effective Negotiations the Who, Stakes, and Situation concept. These concepts standing out lets me know that I am still developing as a leader. To define myself as specific leader or with a specific style, I would say that I’m adaptable. These concepts also let me know that regardless of what I already know there is always something to learn
Describe a specific example(s) of your personal growth and development through your leadership experiences in college. See the help text for additional direction.