My Managerial Reflection Of Leadership

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Introduction As I am writing my managerial reflection paper, I am writing as a person who wants to change into proactive leader. Covey has changed my perspective thus far and it is time for a change and the time is now. Identifying my Center Being goal-centered is my core focus due to the internal pressure of wanting more out of life. I have felt this way since the passing of my brother nine months ago. I am constantly reminding myself that life is too short, so take advantage of every opportunity that comes my way. This has molded my sense of security, guidance, wisdom, and power in imaginable ways. My security is my personal worth of accomplishing a goal. If I do not achieve a goal, does not matter the significance of the goal, then I…show more content…
Time waits on no one; therefore, taking charge of a situation is my priority. I am not a fan of the waiting game, and want dominance over any situation, in which is not the case at most time. I definitely believe this supply into my circle of concern, by not having patience to deal with challenging situations. Another weakness is not being committed or consistent with personal tasks, such as exercising or finishing a book. I am unsure as to why it is challenging for me to stay motivated into taking care of my when it will be beneficial to me. Professional Strengths My professional strengths is willing to learn new aspects of all work related affairs and having an open mind to change. Being able to adapt to change is a critical characteristic to possess. It gives you the opportunity to grow professionally and with the company. Another one of my strengths is being able to communicate efficiently with other and analyzing every detail before making a crucial decision. Professional Weaknesses I would consider myself as hasty when I am under pressure. I am unable to perform well under stressful terms, such as unexpected deadlines or meetings. I become frustrated, especially if I do not understand what is being expected of me. I usually pull through those situations, but I do not like being
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