Then deciding my classes for high school I knew I would be participating in the JROTC program. One of the first things I was drawn to was the uniform, which symbolizes honor, duty, loyalty, responsibility and high expectations. But only when I started to wear that uniform did I begin to understand the ROTC’s rich history, the many ways it builds character and community in the present, and it 's exciting goals for the future. The ROTC mission, established one hundred years ago, is “to motivate young people to become better citizens.”
Lani: I was helping for someone’s project for COMM 245; I was in the video lab, in the studio. I was on campus and decided to contact everyone I knew who comes to the school. I remember I sent out a snap saying guys I think there is a shooting, be careful and then I started sending out individual texts to people making sure they were okay, like hey are you good? Stay out of an area.
Learning about leadership helped me find my way in becoming a stronger leader, which in return helped me in my stance as commander in two teams. Responsibility is something I was taught that has helped in every aspect of life, but has shown phenomenally in my color guard services. As certain lessons have taken a huge part in my actions of service for JROTC, these services have taken a huge part in my developing life and ever-growing mind. Because of these services, I have a wider understanding of how important it is. When you provide a service, it not only leaves immense happiness and confidence in oneself, but also monumental gratitude from others.
Hi, I am lead. Nobody knows who really discovered me, but they do know that I have been around since ancient times. Throughout history, the Romans used me to make pipes which would carry their water. I was the reason many Romans died from lead poisoning. My symbol is Pb which comes from my Latin name, plumbum.
This has given me a broad perspective and a sound understanding of future career goals and the ability to successfully lead. Through my leadership, I successfully managed and coordinated many details involving Troopers and outside agencies actively working together toward a common goal. This ability I posses to formulate relationships with members who have been under my command, have facilitated my success as a leader. Through both evaluations and performance commendations, I was consistently recognized for my leadership and productivity generated from squad members. These traits I possess, in addition to my knowledge, leadership qualities, and assignment history are essential to succeed as an Assistant Station Commander.
I am a member of many different associations at Canyon High School, but the club that has made the most impact in my life is Leadership. Leadership is a selective program on campus that invites students who have shown leadership qualities to improve them to make a bigger impact. I was nominated into the program my freshman year and have carried on with the program all throughout high school. The club’s main focus is to encourage students to use their leadership qualities to prevent and stop bullying. As nominees, we undergo a two-day training session that exposes us to ways to improve ourselves and those around us.
Soon after I crawled out of my hole of self-pity, I thought to myself, “First thing’s first, I need to get a job so I can support us.” And that’s exactly what I did. I now work at Speedway, and even though it’s not exactly my dream job, thinking about Izzy makes every mess I clean up, dish I wash, and every insane ranting customer worth it. I wake up every morning, and put on my uniform with pride, and gratitude that I have a way to provide for her. Having Izzy has forced me to learn pivotal values in life, such as responsibility, self-worth, selflessness, hard work, and keeping a positive attitude.
My damaged scarlet red shirt that carries the crest of The Salvation Army is my dearest accomplishment. The shirt itself is nothing more than just that, a shirt, but it is also humble representative of time I dedicated to The Salvation Army Thrift Shop. In my junior year I would spend an hour or so from Monday to Friday and eight hours on Saturday: hanging clothes, cleaning the store, stocking away items, and customer service. While I am not able to devote as much time as I once used to, I still very much keep updated on the store and everything they do. However, this delightful inclination of helping others would have never arisen if I never listened in on small history lesson about George C. Marshall.
SPC Garcia was selected above his peers to serve as the platoon sergeant; accepting additional responsibilities willingly, SPC Garcia remained motivated which was infectious amongst his peers. His initiative, technical and tactical knowledge are exceptional for a junior enlisted Soldier. SPC Garcia took the time to help others apply Troop Leading Procedures during the Situational Training Exercise. His well rounded leadership, impeccable character, and professional competence led to his squad having a successful mission. SPC Garcia embodied the Army Leadership Requirements Model and demonstrated the attributes and competencies of a true leader exhibiting all the essentials of a great Noncommissioned Officer.
It was a usual Saturday morning. I lay in my restful bed feeling comforted, as it seems to cradle me in its soft hands. I felt alone. My long-term boyfriend, Michael, and I were fighting again. I changed into my yoga attire, slipped on my remarkable red Nikes and drove off to the gym.
When I walked out of the room, he should have expected to be greeted by the entire Cataula Family waiting for him to see if he had advanced closer to be the next Planetary Sovereign. However, he never expected to see his daughter off to the side looking ready to hurt someone with tears in her eyes. Everyone on the planet knew there were only a few Viceroys left on the listing for testing. Now that all Twelve Leaders of the Hierarchy conducted the testing as one, family members seldom seen or even known were traveling to the City of the Planetary Sovereigns. He stood tall, removed all emotions from his face, and stormed forward.
Never ask a soldier to do something that you are not willing to do yourself. Earn the trust of your superiors, peers, and subordinates. Make a full effort to identify yourself with the mission, and the unit. Be the leader who is willing to be tough and fair while upholding to the highest of standards. b. Development:
The impression of reflecting on what I have learnt over the preceding weeks are often frustrating struggle for me since I habitually contend that I have learnt nothing! Though, incredible that I suppose I might not comprehend that I am actually learning and altering my judgments and philosophies on materials of any significance. Being conversant with the new originations and thoughts often necessitate a great deal of reading, writing, group work and active participation on module forums which can construct a bit of intellectual reluctance but also ask probing questions for the purpose of learning activities. Irrespective in the end, I recognize that I have learnt because I have proficient new ideas, thoughts and intuitions to new tools, technologies
MODULE TITLE: LEADER AS STORYTELLER ASSIGNMENT TITLE: HSTS-1 MATRICULATION NUMBER: 40184429 TURNITIN ID: 36020091 WORD COUNT: 1001 CONTENT PAGE NUMBER INTRODUCTION 1 WHY THIS TOPIC CHOSEN 2 SUMMARY 2 - 3 CRITICAL ANALYSIS 3 - 4 CONCLUSION 4 REFERENCE 5 Leader as Storyteller Introduction: This article tells us about the importance of the storytelling. It is a process which helps the people to motivate and to achieve the organisational goals.