Pt 1 I was selected to be judge at Caribbean pageant show in 2017. I must say it was an awesome experience. Eight young ladies all competing for the same title. After each segment we had to judge them according to the point sheet that was presented to us. At the end of the show we gave our feedback. All the young ladies received it well but of coarse the audience did not agree to all. I did well by maintaining the same tone and gave great eye contact to each individual was a little lengthy. How I would improve it for a better result would have to be that to each it short and concise and improve my body posture.
Well I can remember when I had a group interview (flight attendant) and was asked a couple of questions to be presented in a room filled with about 50ppl. At that moment I know I had to stand out amongst the rest. So i presented, projects and gave eye contact and at the end I said that you. After everyone had a chance it was narrowed down to about 20 ppl and yes I was called in for a 2nd interview on the spot. I was overjoyed and excited. I received feedback and I was surprised at what was said. One guy came up to me and said you were very quiet in the room but once I opened my mouth I shocked him with my presentation and he was impress. I replied with thank you. I think I responded well and at the end I got the job.
Part 1: Share a time when you provided feedback to someone (e.g., informal colleague feedback after a meeting or presentation or formal feedback such as during a performance review). How was it received? What did you do well? Knowing what you know now, how would you have improved it for a better result and/or relationship?
- In 2009, I was the President of IMPACT which is a student-led community service based organization on my Undergraduate