Her leadership in the Technology Student Association (TSA) clearly demonstrates this; she joined purely out of curiosity and a desire to learn new skills, and, as a result, she has come to excel in the events she chose to explore. I had the honor of working alongside Kelsey on the TSA officer team, and in our most competitive event, Chapter Team. As a part of both teams, Kelsey has shown her ability to work well with others. She always pulls her weight and more. As an officer, she has dedicated her time to ensuring that all members feel welcome.
Members of the Admissions Committee: Re: Stephanie Marsh Stephanie Marsh has asked me to supply you with a letter of reference in support to her application for admission to the law program. I have worked very closely with Stephanie and as one of her supervisors while she worked Ashford University as an advisor. During our time together I have seen her dedicated manner in which she is able to carry out her work assignments and pursued her academic coursework. Stephanie has demonstrated an eagerness to learn. She is a quick study and has shown the ability to grasp general principles as well as subtle details.
My membership alone has taught me the balance and compromise needed when working with other people and participants of the same association. Being an officer, however, has heightened my experience because it has given me the opportunity to lead and command. I know this will help prepare me for future applications. This role has also shaped and defined my skills of arrangement and design. As a Social officer, it is one of my many duties to plan events and celebrations and to make sure that they are carried out magnificently.
Over the past 23 years, I have worked for several commanders possessing varying degrees of leadership and management qualities. My personal experience has shown that unit health and morale are directly proportional to the positive influence a leader can impart during his/her command. Often, a commander can inherit a healthy organization with strong subordinate leadership and succeed without doing much. However, it takes a leader of extraordinary character to take an organization at the pinnacle of excellence, and endeavor to make it even better.
I was not aware of all of Dr. Mary Harper’s accomplishments and great work that she did over her life time, but I do remember being in middle school and there were discussions about her as well as national acknowledgements. This documentary was extremely beneficial and interesting to me, just for the simple fact that she is an outstanding role model for the African American community. My first impression of Dr. Harper I immediately noticed that she was extremely determined and hard working. I started to replay my education and I started to wonder why I was just now learning so much about her? The beginning of the clip started off as if Dr. Harper had a tough life and she wanted better for herself and that is realistic to most people.
As an Infantry team leader I earned leadership status by setting, inspirational goals and examples. Superb organizational, motivational, and time management skills. Excelled at identifying, developing and using the strengths of team members, as well as locating, detecting, and resolving problems and weaknesses of each individual team member. Inspired each and every team member to perform and produce their best. Inspected and maintained weapon systems, and equipment.
Her most noted achievement, that propelled her scientific platform, was her discovery of the 88th element of the periodic table, Radium. “Though her most well-known contribution to science was of unrivaled status, she also published her finding of element number 84, Polonium, in July 1898, which preceded her discovery of Radium in the following December” (Pasachoff). Her eye-opening revelation to the scientific community was the product of many years of hard work alongside her husband, Dr. Pierre Curie. Along with a handsome pair of unveiled elements, Marie Curie was highly recognized throughout her educational endeavors. “She graduated from high school with the highest honors at just 15 years of age” (Pasachoff).
My experiences in the military have given me plenty of leadership (management) time, but my personality better suits me to be a contract negotiator. A manager makes a final decision which I can do, but I would rather have a person with more experience make that choice. Different actions would be gathered and then presented to management. Listening, taking notes, reading body language (due to college), compromising, and organizing our most recognized personality traits. These traits have made me interested with working through teamwork to get the mission accomplished in the safest and most efficient ways possible.
My high school is highly competitive and I’m grateful that I was surrounded by such wonderful peers and teachers. Completing high school, I received 12th place out of almost 450 students, with a weighted GPA of 4.244. Despite my hard course load,
These ideas fill what the mind and create a story for us to develop and synthesize into are own lives and values. Sirleaf was an open and conscientious leader. Her mix of a servant leader and an adaptive leader. She put herself second and her people first, working seven days a week and around 14 hours a day. She shows courage and strength, and sacrifice.
SPC Garcia exceeded the XVIII Airborne Corps Noncommissioned Officer Basic Leader Course graduation requirements with an overall 98.60% grade point average earning Commandant's List recognition. His high level for excellence allowed him to pass all performance evaluations the first time with superior ratings. His professionalism, military bearing, and dynamic confidence were motivational to his squad throughout the Basic Leader Course. He sought self improvement through participation in classroom discussions and shared past experiences with the class enhancing the classroom environment. SPC Garcia portrayed excellence and clarity in all written communication requirements paying strict attention to detail resulting in one of the best ratings in the
No deficiencies noted. Leadership: Lenore continues to gain the respect of others through her own actions and attitude by performing the assigned task, prior to training her employees. Problem Solving/Judgment: Lenore recognizes issues that should be brought to the attention of management. She continues to assess unresolved issues prior to making a decision. Initiative: Lenore suggests creative approaches to resolving obstacles within the unit.