Wouldn't I be a Leader?
Actually it will be my first blog post, I am a bit anxious. Being a part of WMG and studying MBE with successful future leaders are awesome! I really like the teaching method of Paul which is very distinctive and unique.
I ran into with word of “CEO” when I started university. I have no idea about what it means in Turkish and which people can be. My major in undergraduate was mechanical engineering. The professors haven’t told me anything about becoming CEO or CFO. However, Paul told 3 days ago that in some organizations, technical people should be worked in uncompetitive business areas in order to avoid confusing them. According to me, Paul tried to say that Technical Managers shouldn’t become a CEO. The reason why I wanted to study in WMG is learning the fundamentals of considering like a leader of a business like CEO and being much inspired man, instead of becoming a typical engineer who stays in factory all the day and trying to figure out technical issues. So I should continue to study much hard for becoming a world-class leader from WMG. Also desire plays a great role in success. If a man doesn’t want to do something, we wouldn’t expect any world-class achievement. According to me, desire is the milestone of doing a new thing in our lives.