Taking this Management class is going to be very challenging for me for a couple of reasons. One of those reasons is because I have not in the least bit ever been interested in business, which at first glance seems to be all that this course focuses on. Another reason is because I have never really imagined myself as a manager. I am still figuring out what I want to do with my life, what kind of degree I want, and what kind of goals I want to set and achieve, and I have just recently begun to look into being a manger. Although this course is going to be challenging, I have a couple things I expect to take from it. Let me start with the reasons this course is going to be a challenge.
Going into this class, I had assumptions that I would not like it, because I am not interested in business. When I thought of management and being a manager, I usually thought of the business industry. I thought of extremely successful people, like say Bill Gates, and entrepreneurs, and people who are into accounting and financing. That is not me. Of course I strive to be an extremely successful person too, but more so in the medical industry than the business industry. My initial thought of management and business going hand in hand has altered though. Only a couple weeks in to this class and I see now how management is going to hep me, whether I want to be a business major or not. Managers are required to have many skills in order to be successful. These skills are not just beneficial for a manager, but for anyone else striving to find success. That is one of my goals in the course, to learn what skills are required and how to develop them. I also hope that taking this class gives me more perspective of what I want to do.
Ever since I took an Anatomy and Physiology class in high school, I knew that I wanted to get a career in the medical field. The medical field is a very broad field with a huge variety of different occupations though, and when it...
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