Sahzeah Babylon

Sahzeah Babylon

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I truly enjoyed this class, absolutely every part of it has been so beneficial.

I really enjoyed learning about the affirmative interactions, the AI way of leading.  I have never experienced that type of professional environment and I think it would be wonderful to create a working and learning environment like that.  Like learning about a dream that someone is actually experiencing.

I really appreciated how this connected with the current higher education strategy and I always appreciate the worksheets and the interactive elements.

I think what I really learned is that leadership is not just the intentionality of what you say and do, but your actions and reactions as well.  It is a holistic whole person judgement on your skills and your talents and your personality and you - particularly as you become more visual should your role grow.


I have learned that I really am terrible at time management.  I push myself to hard, I am overly tired, worried about work constatntly, answer emails all the time, and stress myself out.  And I multitask.


To be a strategic thinker takes a concerted effort to change not just the way you think, but how one thinks about leading a team.  I beleive that great strategic thinking also clears out negative thoughts because negativity has no options and strategic thinkers always are looking for the other options.


I believe that I need to work on developing a role as a manager and a leader in context of the business of my day at work.  When I have a lot to do I am less inclinde to demonstrate the essential skills needed in a leadership/manager.  I just want to focus on my own responsibilites and not those of the people around me.  It is that balance that I am struggling to grasp.  When does being a leader and a manager take prescedent over my own requirements as an employee first?


I appreciated the big picture look at the ways being positive with students becomes actions not just concepts.  


EQ being just as important as IQ or even more so.  I wish there was a more expansive section on real examples to mentor EQ with students.


I thought the HABe portion was very interesting and the vision of the student before they start versus after they begin.  It is natural that a few will change their minds, but it is fascinating to now wonder about the real "why" - ie the HABE


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