Therefore, leadership means taking control in situation and guiding others to succeed in whatever task is at hand. There are many ways that leadership is advantageous, such as my future employment opportunities and in a family setting, therefore I am focusing on some of the specific qualities that make a great leader. Leadership will be a very important aspect in my future. For example, most employers believe that leadership is a very essential quality to have, and it is something that they look for when hiring a person. In the workplace, being a leader can benefit me in many ways such as salary, respect of those around me, and the position I will hold.
Instead of letting myself feel suppressed, I stepped out of my comfort zone to take on leadership positions in group projects and contribute ideas during class discussions. I’ve grown to love taking on leaderships roles because it is such a rewarding experience to lead a group and have a successful outcome. I am working on being a more confident and inclusive leader. I am currently chair the service and recruitment committee of CASTLE, a relatively new leadership organization. This role has helped me be a more confident leader because I have been able see my ideas for the organization take effect.
That is why I 'm grateful that he became my supervisor at the start of my career because he was able to impart on me the knowledge that I need to be successful in my job. By motivating me to strive for higher goals and ensuring that I do not lose sight of my goals, he also was able to ensure that I would grow as a person. Having his as my supervisor had taught me a lot of things. But the most important lesson that I learned from all of this is that having a good supervisor can have a big influence in the decision subordinate makes. Therefore, as I grow in the ranks and reach a supervisory position; I endeavored to become a good supervisor that could have a positive influence on someone by using the lessons that I have learned from my supervisor Warrant Officer
Personally, as I learn more about the DBA program, my expectations of understanding and knowledge will continue to motivate my drive for completion. I feel that the course was successful, which showed me a lot concerning how to function as an individual researcher and refining writing skills. In my view, continuing the DBA program will present me with a course of study that will test and meet my intellectual standards. As a student, I have a custom of making things more stringent than they have to be to challenge myself. That’s why I was content while addressing those
Overall the learning and development process was very well in college and workplace and i am pleased with this however I still feel and desire to improve my skill and I will work regularly to maintain the level. Moreover learning and development is thing which never ends, person can learn throughout life time. This course at UOW and my workplace provided me a platform and made a foundation for my l and for my future life. Interactions at work can be a source of higher skills development through learning while working. They can also signal when individuals or organisations need additional learning.
My value is my future, my purpose in life is to be happy, make a positive difference and discover my surroundings by learning about the world, visit as many different countries as I can. Moreover, discover myself in looking at my own path of getting to do what I love. However, I can make a positive impact by helping to improve the lives of others and success in business. I face the fear of failure but I should get over it because I have to be confident to move forward to achieve my goals. Of course, I want people in my life to remember me as a kind person and I want to be remembered as someone who was inspiring and uplifting to others.
[4:35:46 PM] Uzma Mahwish: As I am a professional the most important short term goal should be to remove all the obstacles getting in the way of my long term goals. As short term goals prepares an individual for sustained success, I wish to gain as much experience in my professional arena. I should not limit myself to paid opportunities but should put my heads in unpaid internships, volunteer positions, workshops, seminars and retreats which can all provide valuable information that can help my career in the long-term. Furthering my education is one of my other short-term career goal, since I feel most lucrative careers require some sort of advanced schooling. No matter how vast my talents, acquiring a variety of skills is only half the battle
(4) Why do you desire this job? This common interview question generally follows the previous one. This is the point where your research will be handy. You may wish to say that you would love working for an organisation that is a vital service provider, an innovator, undisputed market leader, and so on. Give some thought to this question beforehand; be direct and specific; and link the mission and values of the organisation with your own goals and career objectives.
I have chosen to become a teacher because I believe that education is the center of a country’s development process and prosperity. I want to be an educator to play an effective role in my society’s revival. Besides, I have always dreamed to be a teacher; it is a passion, which I truly have since I was young. The strong teaching motivation, which I have is derived from the deep belief that teachers can make a big difference in their students’ lives. In addition, I believe that teaching is a noble profession, which should be taken seriously.
Background The concept of learning transfer is a very important one to individuals given the tasks associated to Human Resource (HR) Development. Its favourable occurrence is ideally what many HR practitioners of organizations are implicitly hoping for and expecting as this would mean that they are reaping the benefits of the investments that were made on training. Successful learning transfer is also a very good sign for management that the monies requested and spent on employee education and instruction are necessary and justified. The issues related to learning and training transfer have be extensively researched and documented in more developed countries. Detterman & Sternberg (1993) have explained that a minute percentage of approximately