Presentation on theme: "Mission Statement: Youll never do a whole lot unless youre brave enough to try. Leadership Style: My Leadership Style is a cross between a charismatic."— Presentation transcript:
Mission Statement: Youll never do a whole lot unless youre brave enough to try. Leadership Style: My Leadership Style is a cross between a charismatic leader and a democratic leader. I believe that in order to achieve the tasks at hand, one must inspire his or her teammates by bringing a sense of energy, creativity, eagerness, and a passion for the process and end result. I also identify with the democratic leader because I always look towards others ideas and opinions in order to make final decisions. Along with charismatic and democratic leadership, I incorporate other traits to create my personal leadership style: respecting oneself and having a strong moral code allowing one to know right from wrong Integrity accepting what cannot be changed Responsibility pushing forward when faced with adversity Determination sacrificing for the end result Delivering Results always knowing that one will make mistakes and accomplishing goals is never a one- person ordeal Humility who you are today will not be who you are tomorrow Continuous Learning Dont you see the starlight, dont you dream impossible dreams
Five Leaders: Dolly Parton: Integrity As a country music legend, she is not the typical leader; however, her strong sense of sticking to her roots and never compromising who she is, as well as never stepping on peoplejust over or around themto get ahead is something to be admired in any leader. Coco Chanel: Determination As one of the first female entrepreneurs, she not only faced difficulties when opening The House of Chanel in World War One Era France, but she also fought to redesign fashion from the feathers and corsets of the time to little black dresses and menswear inspired coats and skirts thus breaking all fashion and entrepreneur stereotypes of the time. Melissa Mayer: Delivering Results While she has been known to be a controversial leader, the former VP of Google and new CEO of Yahoo! has been known to deliver results. It is true that there are flaws with her leadership style, but if there is one lesson to take away from her, it is that delivering results never goes unnoticed or unappreciated. Tim Cook: Humility As the new CEO of Apple, it is expected that he must follow in the foot steps of Steve Jobs in order to see the company continue to succeed. However, unlike Jobs, Cook has been known to own up to his mistakes, admit when he is wrong, and use the experience to learn from and improve upon. Ginni Rometty: Continuous Learning With a tech savvy mind and a passion for learning and evolving, the Most Powerful Woman in Business and the CEO of IBM can attribute much of her success to being prepared and one step ahead of the game, remembering to remain personable with her employees and clients, and always wanting to not only know an answer but also understand the process of finding it. I came to win, to fight, to conquer, to thrive; I came to win, to survive, to prosper, to rise…
Leadership Experience: Over the past three years at Ohio University, I have held the following leadership positions: Differential Advantages: What makes me unique? One word: Passion. I do not see things based solely on facts and figures, but rather emotions. I tend to be more in tune with feelings than calculations, and I use this to my advantage. In order to fully understand a situation, whether in leadership or general business, one must be able to look at all aspects of a task, goal, or issue and have a passion for achieving the end result. It is my passion for achieving a goal that makes me stand out. It is my excitement to dive in and take strategic risks while motivating others to do the same. It is the rush I get when I learn something new and can apply it to the task at hand. It is passion that allows me to succeed. Team lead for the Quarterly Select NewsletterTeam lead for the CONNECT Quarterly Newsletter Project lead for several course projects, including Business Cluster CONNECT CSO RepresentativeCoordinator of Fall 2010 Networking 101 These roles have taught me that in order to achieve goals, communication is key. As a CSO Representative, I am responsible for the communication between Connect and other College of Business Organizations. As a project lead in cluster, I have learned that is important to always facilitate communication when doing research and discussing strategy. Lastly, being a Coordinator of Networking 101 has taught me that organization and planning cannot happen unless every team member clearly understands every detail and knows what is going on at all times. I believe that life is a prize, but to live doesnt mean your alive
5-Year Plan: Year 1 Over the next year, I want to make a direct impact in the lives of those I am close to. I plan to commit fully to my leadership positions in Select Leaders and CONNECT, as well as continuing to be a positive mentor and role model for Leah and Maddie. I plan on thriving in my first year at E&Y and hope to positively impact the lives of my fellow colleagues as we all strive to do great things in the firm. Year 2In year two, I hope to have made a well-adjusted transition from college to Corporate America and have been able to fully immerse myself in my career and my relationships. I hope to have fully- adjusted to living in Cleveland, have made new friends, and becoming a more independent person. Year 3In my third year, I hope to enjoy my career and feel that I am doing meaningful work. I want to learn everything I can, even in the lower levels of my career, so I can one day apply those lessons to issues that may arise in higher management. Year 4In year four, I hope to see success in my career and my relationships. I hope to move up in the company and see results from my leadership style. I hope to grow as a leader, gain experience through success and failure, and develop meaningful and fulfilling relationships. Year 5After four years of working, I hope to be happy with my life, my career, my friends, and my family. Mentoring and Coaching Process: The coaching process has been very beneficial in developing myself as a leader as well as making advancements in internship opportunities. Hala has pushed me continuously, even when I could not emotionally (or physically) handle much more. Through these coaching sessions, I have learned what it means to always strive to go the extra distance, as well as developed a strong connection to a limitless network of IT professionals. This year, I hope the mentoring process for me and Leah will be beneficial. As she is caught in the cross-roads of becoming an upperclassman and choosing a career path between Marketing and MIS, I hope that I will be able to provide her with honest guidance and advice as she makes her decisions. I hope to be a strong role model for her, both professional and social, and I hope that we will both learn valuable lessons from each other as we celebrate successes and overcome failures. Long live the walls we crashed through, I had the time of my life fighting dragons with you
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