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Transcript of Speech 2
Lone Star College-North Harris
Manager of Student Outreach and Recruitment (SOAR) at Lone Star College-North Harris
So who's my Business Leader?
A Filipino born (August 16) and raised in California
Ms. Catalla's Background
Graduated at University of California, Riverside
So what's her Leadership Style?
Lacks enough facts
Compromises too often
Freedom to talk
I need your help
Pat Catalla's HUMAN RELATIONS approach
A manager who believes that support will make every worker more productive.
How is she when it comes to ETHICS?
> Is she a good listener?
In communication, it's the mutual principles that guide our judgements about the good and bad.
Took role as an active member of Asian Pacific Student Programs (APSP)
Youth Community Outreach Programs (YCOP)
+ Outreach activities in the community
+ Rap sessions
+ Bridge program (showcasing UCR)
Pat got her first job as an Assistant to the Dean of Students/Assistant Vice Chancellor
Moved to Texas and pursued her baking career.
So what made me choose her??
> She's my mentor
> She appreciates and checks in
> She's like a family
> Does she follow her Code of ethics on a daily basis?
> What's her ethical standard?
A Business Leader's Style
> To her, support equals productivity..
> Illustrates both downward supportive communication in an informal way.
> People wants to feel liked and respected
> If needs are met, employees are willing to produce good input in the organization.
> By letting employees vent, she makes them feel valued, belonging to a team.