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Transcript of Coco Chanel
Albert was constantley traveling and soon when Gabrielle was 12 her mother died of bronchitis with 4 other children.
The boys went to work for their dad at the farms, while Gabrielle and her sisters went to an orphange called Aubazine, where she learned how to sew. Named in Times Top 100 Most Influental People, Only Fashion Designer
Nemain Marcus Award
Sunday Times; International Fashion Award
First Person in history to win the Fifi award in all countries in a single year for a fragrence
Movie: Coco Before Chanel
Broadway Show: Coco in 1969 to 1970
T.V. Show: Coco Chanel in 2008
First fashion designer to create a fragrence Fashion and Fragrance Works Coco Chanel died on January 10th, 1971 in her apatment at the Ritz Hotel. She was 87 years old. The cause of death was not known. She was buried in the Bosi-de-Vaux cementary Lausanne. Gabrielle "Coco" Boheur Chanel Early Career Having learned how to sew during her 6 years at Aubazine, Chanel found work as a seamstress.
During her time off, she sang at a cafe-concert, this one being a Moulins pavillion- "La Rotonde". She started having aspirations for a stage carrer.
She most likely got her nickname "Coco" off of a song she sand entitled "Qui qu'a vu Coco". http://www.harpersbazaar.com/fashion/fashion-articles/coco-chanel-childhood Qui qu'a vu Coco La Rotonde The Little Black Dress The Chanel Suit Red Silk Velvet Theater Suit Coco Chanel was a true leader. She reinvented fashion and made it her own. She wasn't afraid to do anything, and of course, she was different. There will be no other Chanel. Chanel's designs are still in style today. Chanel will never go out of style and she has truly made us think of fashion differently- not just ladies in tight corsets. Chanel's Impact on Fashion Today http://www.biography.com/people/coco-chanel-9244165 Chanel was the first fashion designer to produce their own perfume. Day Dress Accomplishments https://sites.google.com/site/gabriellecocochanel27/gabrielle-chanel/accomplishments Coco Before Chanel Success is often achieved by those who don't know that failure is inevitable. -Coco Chanel Coco Chanels Grave At age 18, Chanel moved on to a boarding house for Catholic girls in Moulins. Later in life, Chanel began telling her own versions of her childhood. Samur, France Critical for a leader
Never give up on your ideas
Friendly to audience
I can do it!
Do everything you can to help others
Encourage new ideas
Tries to help with ideas Acrostic Poem A PowerPoint on Leadership Characteristics
By: Anna Welch
1/22/13 - 1/31/13 What Makes a Good Leader? I think my soccer coach is one of the most empowering people I’ve ever met.
She always tell us that she believes in us and that we all have potential. She really makes me feel like one day I will be a fantastic soccer player. EMPOWERING I think that King George VI was a very communicative king because he stammered very much, but he coped with it by working hard in speech lessons and managed to complete a war speech, which everyone was very proud he achieved. His achievements in his communication were so (great) admirable, that they earned recognition in a movie about his problems, called ‘The King’s Speech’. Communicative Leadership is very important. I will be covering these 5 leadership traits in this PowerPoint
Empowering Introduction Now you know some traits that make a good leader. They are: Self-Confidence, Charisma, Focus, Communicative, and Empowering. Leaders from all over the world have one thing in common: They have most of these traits. These traits really define a leader. CONCLUSION Communication is expressing how we feel and telling others. If you cannot communicate as a leader, it will be hard to be a good leader. To effectively communicate, we must realize we are all different in the way we see the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others.
-Tony Robbins Communicative John F. Kennedy could arguably be the most charismatic U.S. President in history. He was a hero in World War 2 and he wanted to be in touch with the entire nation. Charisma Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change we seek.
-Barack Obama I think President Barack Obama is very confident because lots of people question what he does, but he kept doing it. He already laid out his plan for his second-term and how he plans to achieve it. Self-Confidence http://www.girlscouts.org/research/pdf/transforming_leadership.pdf “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right thing.
- Peter Drucker http://allaboutstevejobs.com/ Learn even more about Steve Jobs and his amazing life. Steve Jobs, the CEO of Apple, creator of the Mac, iPhone, iPod, and iPad was very focused. He always said no, wanting more and focusing on how to make it better. He focused on what was good for the device an how he could make it even more (amazing) marvelous. STEVE JOBS FOCUS http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=H8eP99neOVs Steve Jobs Talks about the Importance of Saying No for Focusing You can’t depend on you eyes when your imagination is out of focus.
-Mark Twain To focus, is to see the problems that need to be solved and keeping track of them. Those who focus can see where they want to do or be. FOCUS http://www.alchemyformanagers.co.uk/topics/mdGRXwCDftHAirZ8.html
5 Attributes of Charisma http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=gwsBrD5PtMI How to Be More Charismatic Charisma http://www.vantrood.nl/nieuw4.htm Learn more about Empowerment! Empowerment is giving someone courage and telling them that they can achieve whatever it is. This is important to leadership because leaders need to encourage their friends, co-workers, or whoever needs the empowering. EMPOWERING Believe you can and you’re halfway there.
-Theodore Roosevelt http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=dtVja0WfnIs Build your Self-Confidence! http://www.mindtools.com/selfconf.html Self-Confidence is believing in oneself that they can do something or they are right. Self-Confidence is best when the person believes in their self that they are able to do something. Building your Self-Confidence is very (important) critical for a leader. Self-Confidence Traits of a Good Leader