In my eyes, I feel that leaders are similar to a growing tree which ties back to my personal web of beliefs. The reason why I feel that my web of beliefs is because I feel that every day learning and growing as individuals on what it means to be a leader to me. From having a strong core of my personal beliefs, my branches are symbols of how the core of beliefs has helped me make connections and helping me to reach new heights to lastly, the tree is going to need leaves. The leaves of the tree of my web of believes has leaves to help protect other to the little details within their life are weather they are small or large, they helped you become the person you are today. That is the beauty of trees; they all come in different shapes, sizes and backgrounds. H...
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...es for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter their color.” That’s the beauty about culture; it’s the idea of respecting one another and gathering all walks of life by working together for the common good. By within my women 's empowerment club on campus, I personally feel that when using the Hofested Five Cultural Dimensions within my group with the idea of Masculinity and Feminity plays a big role. In our club, we want all students to understand the idea of different sex, culture of the student and even their beliefs is welcomed within the group. As the leader, I want Cabrini to understand that no matter who you are, you we will be entering into a respectful and safe club, where people, discuss ideas and learn how to promote empowerment to all women within and outside of the school’s community.
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