Question One FE - D1 Question One: Personal Leadership...

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D1 Question One: Personal Leadership Development I learned that if you take the time to get involved with something emotionally, care and nurture it, then the outcome will be as you were expecting, and maybe even better. I realize this is a broad statement, and could be used for anything; however, I never thought of applying that idea to my education or occupation. In a relationship, getting involved and showing that you care for someone is the first step. We all do this in our romantic relationships and friendships, with a sole purpose in mind—some sort of outcome, either a lifelong friendship, or even marriage. When we get involved and take the time to get to know someone, we don’t think about the tangible or material things that we may get out of them, we think about the future with them. Like I mentioned before, the thought of applying this same concept to other aspects in life, such as my occupation or my school work, never crossed my mind—until about three weeks ago. Near the last few weeks of the development of my team’s presentation for the proposal to create a better first impression for the entrance to the University of Oregon campus, my team began to
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course MGMT 311 taught by Professor Unsure during the Spring '12 term at University of Oregon.

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Question One FE - D1 Question One: Personal Leadership...

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