By Alexander Hiam, Susan Angle
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9. 10. With a clear vision of the future, answer the three questions again. 1. Who am I? 2. What do I want to do? 3. How do I do it? Page 49 Chapter 3 Adventure Education Page 50 The most important motive for work in school and in life is the pleasure in work, pleasure in its result, and the knowledge of the value of the result to the community. , Oct. 5, 1936) Why did you go to college? " Is it because you heard it was a great party? Is it so you could get a higher position on the corporate ladder, or a higher-paying job?
I was responsible for budgeting and controlling funds for my own or an organization's project. __ Event and travel planning. ) Management Skills __ Leadership skills. I lead others in the accomplishment of goals or completion of tasks. __ Team skills. ) __ Employee motivation. I was responsible for motivating employees, associates or volunteers to work on a project. __ Personnel management. I was responsible for dealing with the interpersonal problems of others, such as disagreements, complaints and misunderstandings.
I reported on the activities of my group or project to the organization within which it operated. Marketing Skills __ Communications. I helped develop a communication strategy and prepare communications to publicize an organization, program or project. __ Publicity. I interacted with media and the public to publicize an event, story, candidate or organization. __ Sales. I made personal presentations to individuals or groups to publicize or market an organization, program or project. __ Fundraising.