Introductory Memo Examples

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When I read this prompt, I thought it was silly seeing as though I had completed the introductory memo just a few months ago. I did not think I would be able to tell anything about myself from reviewing a document I had written at the beginning of the semester. However, I was proved wrong. In the introductory memo, I wrote that my proudest achievement stemmed from the change that occurred within my high school’s color guard during the time that I was captain. Interestingly enough, two of my top five themes from the StrengthsFinder Survey are applicable to this example. The two themes I feel relate are developer and individualization. A developer “…cultivates the potential in others. They spot the signs of each small improvement and derive satisfaction from these improvements.” Additional, those who have the theme individualization, “… are intrigued with the unique qualities of each person. They have a gift for figuring out how people who are different can work together productively.” Prior to taking the survey, I would never have identified myself by developer or individualization, but, I guess this proves that I am and always have been. In the memo, I also say that my greatest strengths include “… my love of teaching and helping…show more content…
The pattern is that I enjoy leading others to become better in some capacity through understanding their individual qualities. I expect this internal desire will help me become successful because it will allow me to form deep connections with my coworkers which may, at some point, help me to get ahead myself. Additionally, because of these strengths I believe I will be seen as a team-player, which will lead to my coworkers viewing me positive, which may lead to a higher ranking position in a

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