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RUNNING HEAD: INTERVIEW NEWSLETTER 1Leadership Style Interview for a Company’s Newsletter Daved DeitchlerLDR/300John BennettFebuary 13, 2017
RUNNING HEAD: INTERVIEW NEWSLETTER 2Introduction.Five Personality Traits AnalysisDirector profileSimone Clarkson is the general director for the Prime Movers and Logistics International.She has been director of operations in the organization for the past seven years. During her tenure, she has accomplished a lot that has seen the team receive five awards as the best and efficiently managed an organization. Other accomplishments include transforming the organization from an organization risking bankruptcy to the USD 243 Billion Empire it is today.Educational backgroundSimone Clarkson attended Robertsdale High School and later joined Auburn University where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in mechanical engineering and fleet management. She graduated in 1982. She took her MBA from Duke University and graduated in 1988 according to Duke and Auburn University.Work experiencesSimone Clarkson has a working experience in fleet management of more than 20 years. She has previously worked with DHL International where she was the assistant regional managerof operations for South America. She used to work for Deutsche organization for 12 years where she left the team in 2001. She later landed a job with the Afro-freight forwarder International. She worked as the regional coordination officer for the entire shipping activities in the US. She worked for the organization for nine years. She later left the shipping giant to join Prime Movers International in the year 2009. Since her inception as the director general of operations, Simone
RUNNING HEAD: INTERVIEW NEWSLETTER 3Clarkson has helped transformed to transform the crumbling organization into one of the best logistic teams in the world (Goetsch & Davis, 2014).Simone Clarkson leadership styleSimone’s leadership focuses on people, strategy, and execution. She believes that people are the most important part of the organization. She believes that their wellbeing helps to ensure