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I think these two concentrations both reflect strengths I currently obtain. These strengths have been obtained thru my undergraduate studies, experience while working with Pacific Bell/SBC/ATT, California Notary/Loan Signer, and experience as Executive Board member of a Non-Profit Association. Strengths that I possess on the Managerial Competencies MBA Matrix are as follows: communication, develop personal and professional values awareness, collaboration, motivate performance, problem solving, reduce uncertainty, meet goals and objectives, implement decisions on time and within budget, and subject matter knowledge. Communication is most important in everything we do. Without it one can not survive. Developing an awareness of my own values, strengths, and weaknesses will in turn allow me to be open and understand others. One needs to effectively collaborate and coordinate with fellow employees and other work groups. Motivating others do to anything withinmy knowledge is one of my best attributes. Work performance and integrity go hand and hand. Problem solving, reduction of uncertainty and subject matter knowledge all work together . With knowledge and mastery ofyour business one can solve all problems and alleviate doubt. I believe if u don’tknow the answer go to someone who does. Never leave any strings untied. Meeting goals and objectives in a timely matter and within a budget I received my best experience while working with non-profits groups. Time is of the essence and there are limited funds that you need to maximize to get the best results. I don’t have all the answers but I will research until I get the answer. I’m a determined, personable, self starter with the desire to learn. With this MBA I hope to obtain the missing piece to my puzzle. View More »

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