Reflection 3 - Hing Potter Damoni Wright Leadership 101...

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Hing Potter Damoni Wright Leadership 101 Sept. 20 th , 2011 The past few weeks in class have been enlightening in learning more about how I as an individual relate to the concept of being a leader and the definition of leadership. Discussing the myths of leadership really helped to let me see “outside the box” and understand more that leaders and leadership is more than just the perceived concepts; the stereotypes that can negatively portray the idea of leadership. Hearing my classmates ideas that overall, leaders and leadership is not something that people are born. In fact, these traits are actually things that we develop as individuals over time. Yes, some people might seem more of a leader as we develop more into ourselves, but that doesn’t mean the quiet person in the back corner is less of a leader than the individual behind the podium on stage. In context with my leadership autobiography, I was able to reflect on myself a great deal to see what I have been able to experience in a leadership capacity. I’ve
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course LEADERSHIP 101 taught by Professor Damoniwright during the Fall '11 term at Boise State.

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