Assessment 5 - DeSormeau/Self Assessment Four...

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DeSormeau/Self Assessment Four 1 Self-Assessment Four CAP 485 – Integrative Capstone Norma Hackney, Instructor Sylvia DeSormeau May 21, 2011
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DeSormeau/Self Assessment Four 2 One of the first people that come to mind when I think of leaders that I admire is my 3 rd grade Social Studies teacher, Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith ran his classes firmly, yet never hindered us as students from asking questions and expanding our curiosity. Mr. Smith was the first teacher to provide the rule and expectations without definitive consequences. When rules were broken or we fell below expectations he explained what we did wrong, but still managed to encourage us. The second leader I have know that I admire was a former Supervisor. This supervisor was very firm with expectations. When mistakes were made, you had to discuss the method in which you were going to correct the situation and what led to the mistake. I admire both of them because they were natural leaders. They held authority, yet never suffered from a “power trip”. They never treated those of lower positions as if they were inferior or of little importance.
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