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Unformatted text preview: I took responsibility for my actions by admitting that I failed at my task. I came up with an idea to this fix this problem. I told the troop that I would send out the forms and information by email, start a calling tree to remind scouts about the sign-up at the next meeting and also would bring all the information and forms to the next meeting. By taking extra time and effort on my part, I was able to recover from my mistake and create a successful trip. Overall, the trip to Vertical Endeavors was successful and I learned several important lessons from this leadership experience. I learned to take responsibility for my actions and how to make a bad situation into a successful one. Most importantly, I understood that when given a leadership role, I had to follow through on what I said I would do....
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course ENGL 1021 taught by Professor Knobel during the Spring '07 term at Century College.
- Spring '07