The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Teens

1746 WordsApr 8, 20167 Pages
Today was the first day of the 2016 Emerging Leaders program and discussed being proactive, the first step of the 7 habits of highly effective teens. We learned about how trying new things will help in becoming a successful leader. This is important for me as I am very reluctant to try new things, and if I tried new things more often, I will improve my leadership skills. We were also showed the difference between being reactive and practice and the idea that a stimulus creates a choice to a response and how to use that tactic when working on group projects, an example that the speaker used were Pavlov’s dogs. Since this was the first class, we also played introductory games as we could learn each other’s names as if we do not know the names of the people we are working with, how can we be effective leaders? The parts of the session that could have improved was to have an activity pertaining to the topic of being proactive, the games such as pass the ball memory game was a good introduction tactic but did not have to do with the session topic. I am very hopeful that I will learn very valuable information from the next 6 classes. 2/12/16 Today’s topic was to “Think with the end in mind”, we started the class by working on a puzzle as an entire group and when we completed the puzzle we had one piece missing. We asked the speaker if she hid it around the room, however after a few minutes we learned that she actually didn’t have it and didn’t know where it was. This was a
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