Very loud, strong headed and overly confident people make me not want to take control as much for fear that they will not like my ideas.
I also have a hard time saying no if someone is willing to take control and lead the group. I am always very good at paying attention in class and, therefore, if I hear the teacher give requirements for a project, I just assume that everyone else is paying equal attention.
This has given me a different perspective of looking at things.
I now realize that even if you fail or lose that is no reason to give up, you still have to get right back up.
Being a good leader entails that you care about your group members and want everyone to be successful.
One weakness that is holding me back from being a good leader is my tendency to be a follower in a big group, rather than a leader.Good leaders develop through a never ending process of self-study, education, training, and experience.I think one of a leaders’ main goals should be to inspire their workers into higher levels of teamwork, which can be acquired through continual work and study.I believe that I possess many strengths that make me a good leader.One of my strengths is that I constantly seek responsibility and take responsibility for my actions.Just realize your mistakes and errors and prepare more yourself to benefit the team.When you come back the next time, be mentally and physically prepared, and ready to meet the next challenge.I am always asking if there is anyway I could help out more in MMA and in my sorority.I want people to look up to me and respect me and I know that things do not always go as planned, and I never blame others for my mistakes.I have gained essential qualities of being a good leader through these experiences.Some of the valuable leaderships traits that I obtained and strengthened are: how to be a team player, to be a better listener, to have more patience, to be not afraid of constructive criticism, to be outspoken, and to be a problem solver.