Some of the most important skills I have learned are communication, time management, organization, and discipline. By watching the chain of command flow, I have learned how information travels and have learned communication skills. Strict rules on timeliness are highly enforced in the JROTC program. I have learned that being early leaves a better impression and is also more beneficial than arriving on time or late. These time management skills have already helped me and I know that they will continue to benefit me.
I also scored high on scale-A (agreeableness). This reflects well on my leadership skills, as I am known to have a good relationship with team members. I tend to be understanding even if there is an issue with progress within the team. Within reason, I like to forgive and give second chances to team members who do not meet expectations the first time around. This is usually well received by people I interact with, in a team setting.
Dear: National Junior Honor Society Committee I currently represent the “Character” Trait of NJHS by being honest to others and very workable with my fellow peers. Many people rely on me as a very good person to come to in a great time of need. I deeply care for my family and other people. I also listen to others ideas to help improve their idea or to help make it a reality. I will use all of these characteristics to help this organization reach out to people in need.
My discoveries after collecting data from my recent Self-Assessment test. I have discovered according to the Jung Typology assessment test results I am "Warm, empathetic, responsive, and responsible. Highly attuned to the emotions, needs, and motivations of others, find potential in everyone, want to help others fulfill their potential, may act as catalysts for individual and group growth, loyal, responsive to praise and criticism. Sociable, facilitates others in a group, and provides inspiring leadership." Honestly, with these results I absolutely agree with the results to the assessment.
My reaction about Daniel Pink’s, “Drive” would be, first, I think he is a good writer and a good producer. Heis good for repetitive 'algorithmic' work, showing that where wide intelligent decision-making and innovation is essential. Another is that with the many videos that I watch almost every day, I think that this is one of the most useful and beneficial videos that I watched and that will be useful in my everyday life. The contents of the video are covered well and in decent detail. I am a visual thinker and mostly like supporting diagrams, but I hoped that perhaps there could have been more unique contents in the video.
So throughout this I think that overall I have made good use of all of the interpersonal and written communications techniques that I have learnt throughout all my units. With this, it allowed me to work well in a group and complete the work in an efficient but quick manner, ultimately giving me enough time to make improvements after it’s been
Wiki Reflection Robert Jameson University of Phoenix EDL/515 – Organizational Leadership Shannon Molnar May 17, 2012 My personal level of strength within the structural frame is my ability to get along well with most individuals. Because I am very goal oriented and have a relative easy personality, most of my co-workers enjoy working with me. As a teacher leader, I believe that continuing my education and collaborating with other professionals is the key to personal growth. Many of the programs I currently use, such as teachertools.com and superteacher.com I have shared with my coworkers who love them. Another area I am embarking upon is to help me grow is establishing a student council.
Characteristics of a transformational leader are providing vision and direction, gains trust from others, communicates expectations and critical purposes, motivate and influence rationality, advises, and guides individuals (Robbins & Judge, 2013, p. 383). I tend to be creative with the task given to me and I have the ability to think outside the box. Although I have a high attention to detail, my critical thinking and problem-solving skills make me an effective leader amongst my peers. “[T]ransformational leaders also show greater agreement among top managers about the organization’s goals, which yields superior organizational performance” (Robbins & Judge, 2013, p. 383). According to a study conducted by Gong, Huang, and Farh (2009), employees who work under transformational leaders had more self-confidence in their ability to be more creative and perform higher (pgs.
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In time, I grew to appreciate, understand, and care for their unique needs, and as a result, time passed quickly as my communication, patience, and problem solving abilities improved. More importantly, through this one-on-one experience, I learned a lot about the community. I learned that a seemingly small gesture of kindness or support could truly make a difference in the lives of the special needs students that I worked with, and in turn, their smiles and laughter gave me a sense of