Leadership is an intangible asset that usually cannot be showcased through medals and plaques, as athleticism or aesthetic talent. However, it is essential for an organisation and corporation as well as small businesses to have these skills to live in the competitive world in order to be successful. What have I done as a leader? and How has it affect my life ?
I am really grateful to be the elected as the head of the Living Skills Club. It has given me an opportunity to lead the club throughout the year. It has taught me to be organise with time and always planned ahead to do activities. Leading a club also taught me that planning is vital in organising weekly club meetings. Being a leader, we will have to make a very precise and fast decision because everybody in the club will look to you to make the decision. Making hasty and bad decision can cause the club to lose their members.
Besides that, I am also the Team Leader of F1 in School team representing my school. Throughout the competition, we have won 3 awards during regionals for Best Verbal Presentation, Best Research and Development and Best Booth Display and we also won 1 award during the nationals that is Best Booth Display. Throughout the journey in preparation of the competition I have learned a lot of new things about public relations, team play and social networking. I realise that chemistry between team members in doing a specific project plays a vital role to ensure efficiency in the product. In the search to find sponsors to finance the team, from corporate companies and well-known philanthropist, I realise that one must have the courage to talk with confidence and facts to gain their trust to sponsor the team. In the end, we achieve to acquire money as much as $43,000 from corporate companies to finance the team throughout the competition.
Being a leader has taught me, even though education is fairly important to start...