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Leadership Portfolio Project

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LEADERSHIP PORTFOLIO PROJECT 2
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The purpose of this paper is to reveal certain personality traits and leadership skills that I
may not be fully aware of and to cause personal reflection through. I will share the findings and
quiz points of leadership-skill building exercises and leadership self-assessment quizzes which
provide me with personal awareness.

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Running head: LEADERSHIP PORTFOLIO PROJECT Leadership Portfolio Project Student Professor Course Date 1 LEADERSHIP PORTFOLIO PROJECT 2 Abstract The purpose of this paper is to reveal certain personality traits and leadership skills that I may not be fully aware of and to cause personal reflection through. I will share the findings and quiz points of leadership-skill building exercises and leadership self-assessment quizzes which provide me with personal awareness. LEADERSHIP PORTFOLIO PROJECT 3 Leadership Skill-Building Exercise 11-3 A standard technique for developing creativity is to find multiple uses for ordinary objects. In this exercise, I will go beyond conventional thinking in visualizing potential uses for a standard object. The six objects include A paperclip, brick, shopping cart, e-mail address, worn out or obsolete cell phone and a five-pound reference book. A paper clip might also be used as an office key ring, a bookmark or to open an envelope. A brick can be used to stabilize a broken office desk. A shopping cart might be used as a storage for old files in the registry. An e-mail address can be used to store documents as a reference, a worn out cell phone can be used to store emergency office and client numbers and a five-pound reference book can be used as a projector stand. Leadership Skill-Building Exercises 12-4 For this exercise, I will focus on how I have dealt with my opportunities to communicate as a leader in my experiences, how I attempted ...
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