writing 14 sentences
write 7 sentences each
1) Leadership (7 sentences)
2) marketing ( 7 sentences)
and this is example of the assignment
please don’t copy the same
I have provided sample answers to two of the questions as a helpful guide. However, create answers for each question that align with YOUR career interests – You will use the questions to answer from your own experience (work, school, life, etc) but Do NOT use the sample answers to submit as your own. Make sure your examples are in STAR format as discussed in the Persuasive Content Design lecture.
1) Skill 1: Verbal Communication
In my most recent internship, I was often the first one to make contact with new firms. During one call I seemed to run into a wall when trying to get through to an executive. After several failed attempts, I decided I should do some digging into possible reasons why the assistant did not want to let me through to the executive. After asking my colleagues, I discovered that a previous intern had also made contact with that administrative assistance and upon hearing “no” from her he became frustrated and complained about her to her superior in a heated email. After telling my supervisor about this, he had the head of our department send a letter of apology to the secretary, explaining to her that this was not how business was done at Johnson Logistics. After she received his letter she contacted me to thank me directly for going above and beyond what any other company would do and stated that it spoke volumes about our organization. From then on, I was able to speak with the executive freely and continued a great working relationship with them both. From this, I learned never to dismiss the administrative assistant, and of doing your research. Both are a very important part of orchestrating business success.
5) Skill 2: Leadership
I first became a member of ASU’s Business Communication association during my freshmen year at ASU. As a sophomore, I was elected as chair of the communications committee. As a committee chair, I proposed we focus our efforts on working to receive the FMA Superior Chapter designation which is achieved by only 5% out of 200 International FMA Chapters by formalizing key goals and metrics. In order to achieve this designation we needed to re-strategize our chapter’s efforts to align with the designation criteria. I led the effort to publish our first newsletter, contact eight public speakers, organize four corporate tours and host a career fair all within that year. By helping in a great team effort, we reached our goal of achieving the Superior Chapter designation. I think that my work developing strategic goals and metrics was a key mechanism for our success and I believe this ability will serve me extremely well in this position as well.