Five members of the Carrollton FFA Chapter were selected to attend FFA Leadership Camp, July 26-29. Leadership camp is four days filled with learning, growing, building relationships, and a lot of excitement. The campers were separated into small groups with whom they spent the week with. As individual groups, they completed a challenge course, competed in “Ag olympics,” and participated in various activities to acquire new skills. Campers listened to speeches by keynote speakers, Kade Hill and Dr. David Mouser, which focused on paying attention and impacting others.
From my point of view , Leadership has more to it than I can possibly imagine. I define leadership as the art of enabling a group of people get to a specific destination. As a leader your main focus was to enable your followers lead theselves. As i think deeper i realise a person cannot choose to be a leader. I think a lot of the time people take on leadership positions without knowing.
I have volunteered at my hometown 's hospital, Los Robles for 4 years now as a floater and ER volunteer. As a floater, I would go around the hospital doing various tasks and in the ER I would have to check in patients and monitor them and their families. At my university, I have volunteered at the Veterans Home. Currently, I am the secretary of my university 's AMSA
As an African American woman entering the field of computer engineering, I realize that diversity is a crucial aspect in order to accelerate technological solutions. An engineering team with similar thought processes and backgrounds will achieve far less than their culturally aware counterparts. Representation matters. Occasionally it is difficult for me to look around a room – to look around a career field – and see a very small amount of people representing my gender and ethnic group.
Personal Leadership Philosophy of Jason Regnier My philosophy of leadership is three parts: focus on mission first, taking care of and empowering my team. My motivation for this my vision of constant improvement to the capability and equipment of the US Army Soldiers who are facing an ever increasingly complex world. Our nation counts on the Army to protect and defend what we hold most important, and in that my mission is to ensure that the US Army wins on the battlefield every time. On a personal level, the Army has been a huge part my life, identify, and one key thing for which I am proud and grateful.
This assignment is largely a reflection where I will analyze my personal leadership styles and reflect on how they are, or are not working. I will reflect on how I would like to change my leadership in the future based on concepts presented in the literature. I will also conduct a literature review to connect the concepts from my reflection to actual information about various leadership styles and models to build understanding. Last, I will speak to specific actions and practices I will implement in order to fill the gap between where I am now with my leadership and where I would like to be in the future. Future-Focus
I learned something very important as I visited and did research on Palm Beach Atlantic University; it is a place where the spiritual aspect of my life could be an integral part of my college experience. I believe that at PBA. , I can achieve both my short- and long-term goals as someone who wants to follow in the path God has laid out for me. I look forward to intertwining my Christian beliefs with my academic and social endeavors at PBA, knowing that God has his hand on my shoulder leading me in the right direction. The morals and policies of the school fit me as an individual because I choose to be involved with activities that contribute to my personal and spiritual development.
Poverty: the state of being inferior in quality or insufficient in funds. My mission and interest in life is to bring joy to those who are less fortunate than myself by attending an annual mission trip through American Reformed Church. Currently, I have traveled to Tahlequah, OK and Myrtle Beach, SC and have had major takeaways from each one of those trips which have left a significant impact on my life as well as those that I have served. While some may attend these mission trips for a sense of recognition and good reputation, my purpose, on the other hand, is to make a difference in people’s lives. These trips have been an important factor in shaping my life and my character, teaching me one of the greatest lessons in life of not taking things
Through self-reflection and academic readings, I have discovered that I identify with three different leadership theories. During the first meeting in a Strength Based Leadership class, we were asked to write our leadership history. The class then began an ongoing exploration of various leadership theories. Upon reviewing my leadership history from the first class and synthesizing the information from the theories that were examined, I discovered that I most resonate with the Trait Leadership Theory, the Skills Leadership Theory, and the Path-Goal Leadership theory. These theories are leader focused, describing the process and techniques a leader uses to accomplish goals.
Individual Reflective Paper Introduction Leadership, a controversial concept, has been studied for centuries. Scholars who study leadership have argued with the insight of leadership for many decades and finally promote a wide range of understandings of it. This course “values and leadership” introduces the basic principles and concepts about leadership, and provides us with some conceptual knowledge and practical approaches to be an outstanding leaders. I chose to take this course because I am interested in the topic about leadership.