Competence development, leadership, planning, problem-solving. These are the key management skill sets I have developed over time. Rather than just share about the jobs and tasks I have complete, I will share about the work skills I have developed from my collective experience.
I have a diverse background in leadership and management skills developed through construction, entertainment production, software development, and retail. The key to effective leadership is trust and competence. While the development of intrinsic motivators is necessary, my team’s trust in my competence is key. To that end, continual self-improvement is an ideal I strive toward daily.
One of my most treasured work-life lessons is a lesson I learned from one of my instructors in the JATC program. Rather than pointing fingers, go into fix-it mode. Fix it first, then sort out the rest.
Truth be told, effective planning are skills I have learned the hard way. As a young man, albeit quick on my toes, I would neglect to think of the many moves that may be ahead. As I matured, thinking of all the things that may go wrong and adjusting to those scenarios become more prevalent in my decision-making skills. Herein is a key to effective planning. Humans are imperfect by nature, and thinking outside the box when preparing for the proverbial monkey wrench is necessary for adequate planning.
My strongest skill set via aptitude on tests and in work experience. Creativity, flexibility, tenacity, and the ability to lateral think and communicate those analytic processes are essential to effective problem-solving in a team setting.
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