“If I have seen farther than others, it is because I was standing on the shoulder of giants - Isaac Newton” When I was first approached by my boss, for the a Leadership class, my first reaction was “I don’t want to be a in a position of leadership now”. I am currently the Manager at a fast food chain and I have not been in this position but about 6 months. I am still learning the job, but most importantly, I’m still trying to figure out how to effectively lead my teammates.
After careful consideration, I have come to the conclusion that taking the leadership class could help me facilitate those leadership skills that would effectively lead my teammates.
I know that you can’t be a leader over night that it takes experience, hard work and training. Even though I have eleven years of fast food experience, I am constantly learning something new every day, be it at work, or in my personal life. I still don’t feel that I have the necessary skills or tools yet to be an effective leader in this point in my career.
Personal satisfaction plays a key role in my decision to attend the a Leadership training course. While monetary rewards are of practical importance, I feel that true job satisfaction springs from the opportunity to grow and learn with a great fast food chain. I enjoy acquiring new skills and information, which would help me to adapt to the fast-changing world, as well as pique my interest in learning how to be an effective leader. My place of employment provides open prospects within the company which would give me incentive to improve myself and to gain more knowledge for the job that I currently hold.
Given the confluence of my personal and professional interests, attending the a Leadership course would help me to obtain and maintain a competitive knowledge of leadership skills and styles to help me in my current role as a Manager.
Also, attending a Leadership course will smooth...
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