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2 Presented by: Loretta Lawson

3 Usually high quality Usually a choice Usually has a deeper sense of responsibility Usually has a higher sense of authority because of the trust of others Usually acts from fairly simple motives Usually servant leaders

4 “Get Hooked on Grenada”

5 Mayor (Billy Collins) Population (21,706) in 2011 Home of largest lake in MS- 36,000 acres with 6 public beaches Home of largest hospital in Mid-South (Grenada Lake Medical Center)

6 1 st “Kidzeum” located at Grenada Elementary School (Newsweek #1 Rural school in MS) Grenada Middle School proudly displays the nationally acclaimed “Walls That Teach” mural that represents the history of civilization, ancient Egypt, China, and the Roman Republic During the Civil Rights Movement Dr. King kept headquarters in the basement of Vincent United Methodist Church Army National Guard Camp McCain served as a POW camp during WWII

7 1. How would your staff and colleagues describe your leadership style? Give an example. 2. What are the most important values you demonstrate as a leader? Give an example. 3. Can you name a person who has a tremendous impact on you as a leader? 4. What is one characteristic that you believe every leader should possess? 5. Tell me about a time when you failed as a leader. How did you grow from that experience? 6. All leaders have to deal with conflict situations. Describe a recent disagreement or conflict you personally had to handle. 7. What advice would you give someone going into a leadership position for the first time?

8 Linda Mitchell Restaurant- Owner Loretha Loretha Willis Pastor Derrick Derrick Lawson Produce Manager

9 White-Female Age:52 Years of Experience: 7+years Leadership Style:  Controlling and demanding with high expectations  Professional, honest, and friendly  Listens to employees, but always keeps interest of customer in mind

10 “I feel that I offer a high-quality good to the consumers here in Grenada, with a home-town feel, and to me that’s why I’m a good leader. My workers know what I want, and that’s always what’s best for the customer.”  Linda Mitchell

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12 Black-Female Age: 63 Years of Experience: 14 yrs Leadership Style:  Stands for what’s right  Keep my word  Stands for God’s word  Confident, reliable, knowledgeable, capable, firm

13 Provides help to the people of the community Source of inspiration Avenue for self-reflection and encouragement

14  Mother Berry a great missionary of the church “She was an encourage, motivator, and always welcomed me with open arms.” Pastor Willis

15 Black-Male Age: 35 Years of Experience: 18 yrs Leadership Style:  Very straightforward, direct  Model procedures  Good balance of employer/employee relations  Laid-back, but able to “get it done”  Relatable according to need association  Listener

16 “Young men are able to look up to me. I present an image that represents dependability because the products my customers need are always available. When consumers enter the store they are able to buy produce at a reasonable price, but of good quality.” Derrick Lawson “Young men are able to look up to me. I present an image that represents dependability because the products my customers need are always available. When consumers enter the store they are able to buy produce at a reasonable price, but of good quality.” Derrick Lawson

17 Bishop T.D. Jakes and his leadership as a pastor, business man, and media mogul “Sally Costilow because there are very few women who are able to operate effectively in a male- dominant field as well as she does.” Derrick Lawson

18 Linda Mitchell “Love what you do.” Loretha Willis “Be prayerful and think it over.” Derrick Lawson “Pray and pray harder because people are diverse and so are their attitudes and behaviors.”

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20 District 1 Tim LeClair 90 Broad meadow Dr. Grenada, MS home cell District 2 Dr. David Braswell 474 Wildlife League Road Grenada, MS home cell District 3 Arlene Conley 530 Pleasant Grove Road Gore Springs, MS home cell District 4 James Hughes 110 Johnson St. Grenada, MS cell District 5 Keith Watson P.O. Box 13 Holcomb, MS cell

21 White-Female Leadership Style:  Very demanding  Setting High Realistic Goals  Non-personal  Goal-Oriented  Self-Paced according to demands

22 “I have had the privilege of working in the Grenada School District for several years now and I have seen a lot of change and growth in the district. I am always thankful that I can help be a part of the growth and change here in Grenada. It just does my heart good to be able to help our children.” Vivian Simmons

23 MY MOTHER OTHER PRINCIPALS MY SELF

24 Be consistent with your rules and regulations Be open to the opinions and ideas of others, but do what you think is best Demand respect, but be willing to give it back

25 White-Female Years of Experience: 14+ Leadership Style:  Controlling  Encouraging  Compassionate  High Expectations

26 Assistant principal: able to see the full spectrum of ideas able to see the parents standpoint, as well as teachers, and students Has to decide whether the issue is relevant to the problem at hand. “I enjoy my job and I try to listen to the ideas of my staff and colleagues to decide what further action is needed.” Dawn Walls

27 Listen to others to find out what works and what doesn’t You will figure out the true character of others around you if you listen Don’t talk a lot Tell others what you want done; not solely how you want it done

28 White-Male Years of Experience: 4yrs Leadership Style:  Fair  Honest  Trustworthy  Demanding  Humble

29 “I am here for the community and I am fair to everyone that comes through that door. I get my job done and I always expect others to do the same.” -Johnny Hayward The Assessor's Office assigns values to county real estate and personal property, both taxable and tax-exempt, as the basis for property taxes set by various taxing authorities. Property owners are advised of each assessment and may appeal through a review process. The tax roll is prepared each December.

30 “Definitely my father and my brothers because they were always hard working. My dad always taught me to be a man of my word and to always be fair, so that is a motto that I live by.” -Johnny L. Hayward

31 Black-Female Years of Experience: 2 ½ yrs Leadership Style:  Dependable  Understanding  Flexible  Time-Manager  Humble

32 Personal Service Professional Justice Accountability Reliability

33 “Working here with Carlos these past few years he has really been a role- model for me and helped me to grow-especially as a woman in this business.” –Tangela Hollis

34  Don’t worry about what you can’t do; worry about what you can do  Don’t let your gender effect your job  Never get too high-minded or prideful  Ask questions if you are uncertain  Never be afraid to try  Don’t worry about what you can’t do; worry about what you can do  Don’t let your gender effect your job  Never get too high-minded or prideful  Ask questions if you are uncertain  Never be afraid to try

35 Leaders must value their work and followers Leaders must set high expectations Leaders must listen to others in order to be successful Leaders do not have to say “I’m the leader” as long as they are truly leading Every great leader must first be a follower Leaders come in all shapes, forms, and sizes

36 Putting others first Loving what you do Lifelong Success

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