During her presentation, President Neuhold-Ravikumar discussed three guiding principles and themes to consider in leadership: people, place, and possibilities. How can you integrate these three themes in your personal development and leadership experiences?
In the video viewed in class this week, Bill Curry discussed several key points concerning leadership and personal decisions. Which point(s) resonated with you the most and why?
During their presentation, Pat and Jim discussed bringing back civility into politics and working with individuals from different backgrounds, political parties, and perspectives. What practices can you engage in to ensure you are able to work with diverse beliefs and experiences, finding common ground and viable solutions to community challenges . . .
Avoiding plagiarism is just one topic related to effective, transparent, and accurate communication. Describe why successful communication skills are important for leaders to develop.
Michael Carolina discussed advancing technologies and the importance of leaders to embrace these developments. What did you find the most intriguing part of his discussion and what steps can you take as a leader to embrace technological advances in your career and leadership roles?
During her presentation, Councilwoman Nice communicated her desire to solve community issues with action and service. How can you be sure to recognize and contribute to solving challenges in your communities, providing authentic solutions to the people you serve.
Lt. Governor Pinnell discussed being bold, humble, and taking the initiative in your leadership pursuits. How can you best integrate these themes into your leadership development?
During his presentation, Dr. Blackburn discussed how individuals committed themselves to personal and professional endeavors, took risks, and found themselves arriving at unique and momentous times in Oklahoma. How can you as a leader prepare yourselves for the future, recognizing we cannot predict the future?
Chris and Amme highlighted a number of themes concerning leadership, business, and personal development. Provide your thoughts on one of the following themes and how this theme applies to you.
- You are not entitled to your dream. Work ethic matters.
- Speak the truth and show the truth: Honesty and Integrity.
- Comparison is the thief of joy.
During Senator’s Pugh presentation he provided a number of themes to consider which include having empathy, valuing people, and finding mentors. Which point(s) stood out to you the most and why.