How to be a Leader. By: Audrie Eno, J ulian D ove , Mark Logiudice , Malachi Harris, Jasmyne Harris, C hrista Valle, Cameron Peller , Laquawn Glover. We will analyze planks 4 through 6 of chapter 3, and learn how to utilize leadership skills. . Plank 4 (How to handle conflict).
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By: Audrie Eno, Julian Dove, Mark Logiudice, Malachi Harris, Jasmyne Harris, Christa Valle, Cameron Peller, Laquawn Glover
We will analyze planks 4 through 6 of chapter 3, and learn how to utilize leadership skills.
Listen to other peoples opinions.
Make eye contact and let others know you care.
Try to connect emotionally with the person you are having a conflict with.
Think about what you’re going to say before you say it and don’t have a temper.
Don’t be afraid to fail, challenge yourself to learn new things. Remember as Thomas Edison said, 99 failed attempts at something, are just 99 ways not to do something, and you're getting close to doing it right.
Being a leader means you have to look at the “Big Picture”, but don’t forget about the tiny details that help things come together.
Stay on track remembering why you are where you are today, and remember and recognize the people who are helping you along the way.
Listening to others is not only respectful, but it helps you gain insight, by seeing things through others point of views and simulate new ideas.