Sweet & Tasty General Purpose: To demonstrate Specific Purpose: To demonstrate to my audience how to make strawberry dip. Central Idea: Being able to make strawberry dip with strawberries is messy, but is a quick and easy appetizer to put together. Introduction: Attention Catcher: Not all people can cook, but whether you can cook or not, making this strawberry dip doesn’t require much, which can be done at an ease. Listener Relevance Link: How many people like sweets as appetizers? Speaker Credibility Statement: I have always made this appetizer, and people seem to enjoy it.
Active or Passive Diversity: I would say that Tanglewood should look into active diversity because it meets the diverse needs of the customers. Diversity is a huge part of the company’s hiring process and they don’t want to be labeled as hiring only one class of people. Especially since the need of each customer is different Tanglewood needs to make sure that they have the necessary qualified associates to take care of the
Mr. Ross’ class made The Wave more powerful because everyone joined it and people thought it was the “right” thing to do. Both stories share a theme topic but have different messages. Fist Stick Knife Gun by Geoffrey Canada and “The Wave” by Morton Rhue both share the theme topic of influence. Teenagers can easily be persuaded into thinking something by the peers around them. “He who influences the thought of his times influences the times that follow” (Elbert Hubbard).
Sometimes, we can smell a fall fire in the air as we approach our destination. For these reasons Iâ€™ve stated, not only do we get to enjoy our friends and family along the way, but we can embrace all that is fall on our walk to Whiteyâ€™s. The relationship between taste and emotion is clear; Whiteyâ€™s pumpkin flavored ice cream is probably the best ice cream in the QCA. I understand that some may not like the flavor of pumpkin but, if given a try you may just be converted like me. This ice cream is so good that Whiteyâ€™s has itâ€™s own website, you can view the menu and order ice cream online from anywhere in the
Answers are not uttered with the simplicity of "yeah" or "ok", but “sir yes sir" and “sir never sir". The very credo of JROTC demands respect at all times, and being able to give that respect means to be a good follower. After becoming a good follower, conversion to a LET 2 meant that I was given the responsibility of leading others. In this new position, I realized that patience is a requirement when dealing with others. It was now my responsibility to show others how to become leaders.
Individualism is something that is in all great leaders. They are able to set a goal and help their people understand what they want and won’t lose focus of the task at hand. Introspective was a key quality in both of these gentlemen they both look at them selves as a tool to help change their situation and planned to improve themselves first and then they would try to improve the people that was around them. The quality of society would improve heavily if every human being had
Nevertheless, the priority of individuals is to use them in order to achieve success of the single idea. Therefore, in my community leader is a person who is respected and similarly he respects others. Such relationships are the most profitable ones when both parts benefit from such relationships. Having analyzed leadership behavior, I have come to the conclusion that there is a certain difference between me and leaders in my community. Leaders are natural orators and they are characterized by desire to risk in order to achieve the desirable goal.
I believe that anyone who is in a leadership role should understand that they will be scrutinized more closely than those who are not. Because of this, I believe that a leader should be more cautious and reserved in their public and personal lives. Yes, they are human, but they are setting an example for others to follow. If a person cannot demonstrate self-control on a personal level, how are we to trust that they will exercise self-control on a professional level? What does this do to the trust that has been built between leaders and followers?
Stereotypes are not fact, they are just biased opinions people base on each other. The only way to really know how a person is to get to know them yourself and then form an opinion or thought about who they are. Relationships are powerful especially in the work place, that is why it is important to not let stereotypes affect your relationship with others. Our one-to-one connections with each other are the foundation for change. And building relationships with people from different cultures is key in building diverse communities that are powerful enough to achieve significant goals.
Consequently, mentoring future leaders finds difficulty for those from diverse backgrounds yet adopting to this change can allow senior leaders to also expand cultural competencies (Olson, & Jackson, 2009). The ethical leader embraces diversity in mentorship that empowers organizational members as they demonstrate fairness and equality (Van Wart, 2008). Applied Leadership Theories This author has taken multiple leadership test, questionnaires, and surveys to determine skills, aptitude, style, and traits. While many leadership theories have been discussed during this course of instruction, many rely on traditional or transformational styles. It is recognized that some leaders naturally react without thought while others work