Thank you for your thorough response. This was very helpful. :)
On 12/06/13, ILadmin wrote:
> A few different camps on this one.
> One thought is leadership is leadership regardless of the
> situation. Leading a curriculum team, assessment team, coach,
> activity sponsor and etc. All these demonstrate leadership and
> should be noted as such on a resume, application and interview
> Another is leadership is situational and specific skill sets
> are developed based upon the particulars of the job.
> A blend of these two is striking that right balance for the
> expectations of the employer and needs of the organization.
> There are skill sets that umbrella any situation. Life
> experiences and soft skills interact with the job role to lead
> you to decisions. The more decisions/solutions one makes in a
> particular situation builds the tool kit for future actions.
> You need to know the expectations for the job, which specific
> skill sets would need to be developed and those to draw upon.
> Things like reports or actions targeted to that particular job
> would be a learning curve versus someone who had done them
> before. You maybe ready for a particular leadership position;
> however, you may not have done certain aspects of the position.
> Employers will determine what components are must have
> experiences versus to be learned.
> As for the question of what positions held, I followed
> sequential leadership positions to central office. Each person
> and situation is difference based upon the circumstances.
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