Shared leadership, “pull[s] people, resources and ideas together to get a job done” (Goldsmith Article, 2010). I see myself as a qualified individual, which is a characteristic that Goldsmith associates with a candidate for Shared Leadership. I also see myself as an individual that has developed good working relationships with my colleagues and shown that I value their time and talents that they bring to the table. This ability to work well with others towards a common goal, promotes a culture of inclusion and that is one of my strengths. I am everyone’s biggest cheerleader naturally and I consider myself flexible in my decision making.
Mallory Pugh is an exceptional role model because she is smart, a hard worker, and an amazing athlete. “Develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation.” This quote was said by Brian Tracey. I think that this quote is very important and that Mallory Pugh looked at her goals and her life in this way. Mal Pugh is an amazing student athlete. I aspire to be like her in many ways, one being her obvious organizations skills.
Comparing the actions of his wife to those of Epicaste serves as another means of encouragement as this story depicts her as loyal and well worth risking all to get back to and be with. In all, the lives of all these women were significant as they drew important comparisons and contrasts between either their own lives or those of their children, with that of Odysseus and that serving as an encouragement throughout the rest of his
Also, someone I can go to when things get tough or hard when I just need someone to listen to. So a pledge mom is something important through the process but most importantly someone I can trust and who can help me. They play a critical role in the development who I will become throughout the process and I hope become better from it. It is an essential role and the duties they have to not only help them through the process but emotionally too. I find a pledge mom to be someone who is wise but also someone I can create a lasting friendship throughout the
A knowledgeable woman has the skills, information, talent, and self-confidence that she requires to be a superior mother, employee, and resident. Men and women are like two sides of the coin and need identical opportunity to contribute to the country’s development. One cannot survive without the other. Women must be able to receive the same opportunities as men in education because it is with this education that leaders are sculpted and set out to be examples of the future. Leaders cause change in this world and by me being a leader within my community to help other girls have the opportunities of education and good health I am already making a difference.
As a professional, it is my personal responsibility to help cultivate the community that they live in. Children are the future and I believe that interventions and social programs will award all children the best opportunity to flourish. My personal experiences in aiding the vulnerable population have served as a basis for growth and preparation. It has been shown evident in my life
Family is very important to me to have at this particular time. They have always been there to help me to get where I am today and where I can be in the future. My family has always encouraged me to complete my goals and dreams and if it takes working more than one job they would do it in an insistent. Other than my family friends have been great for getting support and ideas that can be very beneficial for myself and for them as well. Having my family and friend has been wonderful to have them every step
The most significant strength from the case study is Jennifer’s perseverance to have a child that explores multiple options. Jennifer has made some great decisions in the past which focused on career, education, partnership, and finances. . Because Jennifer has taken her time with focusing on the important things in her life. I would build strength by empowering her to continue to seek out options as well as building a supportive network of people that can understand her frustrations about infertility.