Describe how you will engage your strengths moving forward in your collegiate, personal, and professional endeavors. How will you use this knowledge to advance your influence and work?
Charlie and Emily discussed at length the idea of “learning from losers” and “lessons from losing.” What have you learned from the times, situations, or events where you have “lost” and how has this informed your leadership development?
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Representative Munson discussed a number of items related to her journey and path to becoming a state representative. Which of her points resonated with you the most in your personal and leadership experiences?
Dr. Johnson discussed a number of items relevant to leadership and committing to your path and vision, even when doubt can surround you. What are some of the most effective practices and behaviors which can help you (perhaps some he mentioned), to help you remain on the path you believe will have the most impact on your life and others?
During his presentation Mayor Holt discussed a number of initiatives in Oklahoma City and the broader metro community to include MAPS, police reform, and community partnerships. He mentioned persistence and patience as two key ingredients to the success of these initiatives. How can you integrate these themes into your leadership and work?
There were a number of themes/lessons Bill Curry discussed with respect to leadership. Which one(s) stood out the most to you and why?
Senator Pugh mentioned several valuable leadership points to examine. Yet he considers empathy to be one of the most vital skills/characteristic of a leader. What can you work on or practice to become a more empathetic leader?