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Bryce Berwald
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Hello Community, I just want to reach out and get some advice on if I am able to be hired into a developer job role. I haven't finished my degree but have taught myself way more than school has taught me since it's mostly the technological foundation needed to be understood before proceeding to backend routing, implementing necessary APIs for a project or how to link and compile libraries in C/C+ to be brought into programs for integration. I feel like I am Very knowledgeable but will still need to fill in what's need along the way. I am great at self teaching myself these concepts due to The actual love for it. I really wish a company could help me get going so I can work my way up. I work 40 hours a week doing general labor and code 4-5 hours in the evenings to continue expanding my knowledge base. I have a couple classes left for my associates in Software Engineering and would have about a year in a half after transferring to UCI to get my bachelors. Another question I have is should I finish my degree or at least my associates degree since I feel like my college learning experience was surpassed by Me self teaching myself the realistic ways we integrate technology together in our modern society. Using all kinds of packages, libraries and frameworks to cut the development time in half. I would love to hear from others on any feedback I should consider and if I could be possibly hirable and start to purse my career as a developer.

Thank You Fellas, Bryce

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Hi Bryce,

It's great to see your passion for self-teaching and expanding your knowledge in the tech industry. While a degree can be valuable, it's not always required for entry-level developer positions. Focus on showcasing your skills and experience through projects and a strong portfolio. Consider networking on platforms like Jobcase, where you can connect with professionals and explore job opportunities. Keep up the hard work and continue building your expertise!

Best of luck, [Your Name] Career Coach

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Hi @Bryce Berwald, highly recommend you to check our STARs job hub where you can find many positions that don't require a 4 year degree. They also have lots of resources on formatting your resume and connect with helpful experts like @STARs Hub Community Liaison to improve your professional profile!

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Being a good leader is not an easy task. It requires a combination of skills, qualities and characteristics that are essential for leading a group of people towards a common goal. A good leader is someone who inspires, motivates and guides their team to success. In this article, we will explore the qualities it takes to be a good leader and how to develop them.

  1. Communication Skills Effective communication is one of the most important qualities a leader should possess. It involves the ability to convey ideas, goals, and expectations clearly and concisely. A good leader should be a skilled listener, able to understand the concerns and needs of their team members. They should also be able to provide constructive feedback to their team members, both individually and collectively.

  2. Visionary A good leader has a clear vision for the future. They are able to articulate a compelling vision that inspires and motivates their team to work towards a common goal. This vision should be realistic, attainable and aligned with the values of the organization.

  3. Integrity Integrity is the foundation of good leadership. A leader should be honest, transparent, and accountable. They should lead by example and demonstrate ethical behavior at all times. A good leader should prioritize the interests of the organization and its team members above their own.

  4. Empathy Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others. A good leader should be able to empathize with their team members and understand their concerns and needs. This helps to build trust and foster a positive work culture.

  5. Decision-making skills Leaders are often required to make tough decisions. A good leader should be able to make timely and informed decisions that are in the best interests of the organization. They should be able to analyze information, consider different perspectives, and weigh the pros and cons of different options.

  6. Adaptability The ability to adapt to changing circumstances is crucial for good leadership. A good leader should be able to adjust their plans and strategies to meet the changing needs of the organization. They should be flexible, open-minded, and willing to learn from their experiences.

  7. Confidence Confidence is an important quality for good leadership. A good leader should be self-assured and confident in their abilities. This helps to inspire confidence in their team members and build trust.

  8. Motivational A good leader should be able to inspire and motivate their team to achieve their goals. They should be able to recognize and reward their team members for their hard work and achievements. This helps to build a positive work culture and fosters a sense of loyalty and commitment.

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reese bustanoby
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I have an interview on the 28th to become a shift lead at starbucks. I like to be very prepared and i’ve been a barista at starbucks for a year now. It’s been my goal to be promoted into one and I am very excited. Do you guys know the questions they ask you during the interview. I am nervous and want to be able I can answer them with confidence. Please let me know! Anything helps:) Thank you! # #interview #leader #starbucks

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Tell us about your previous work experience? You will want to talk about how your previous work experience matches the experience they are looking for in regards to the store manager position.

In the job description, I am looking at it states: Progressively responsible retail experience (3 years), supervision (1 year) and experience analyzing financial reports

So be sure to talk about any retail, supervision, and financial experience you have first.

Why do you want to be a store manager? I feel I can learn and grow my career by working at a Fortune 500 company. I enjoy leading coaching and mentoring. Why should I hire you? For this question, you need to read the store manager job description again and look for key skills they are looking for and restate those skills. After rereading the job description here is what I found.

Drives the implementation of company programs by developing action plans and directly motivating and instructing the store team to implement them to meet operational and organizational objectives. (Skill ability to motivate others) Ability to manage store operations independently (skill work independently) Can manage effectively in a fast-paced environment (skill work under pressure) Ability to manage multiple situations simultaneously. (skill multitasking) Team building skills (skill teamwork) So when asked why should I hire you:

Say you have great motivational skills and understand the importance of motivating others to meet operational and organizational objectives. State you work well in a team or independently. Mention you work well under pressure. Finally, say you have great multitasking skills. Tip!!! Be sure to think of actual real-life examples when stating these skills. Starbucks is known for its situational interview questions.

Where do you see yourself in five years? This question is designed to see if you have goals but, more importantly, to see if you are a good fit for Starbucks Store Manager. Make sure your goal aligns with the Starbucks business objectives. Why not take a look at the Starbucks Career website and find a job you can see yourself doing in five years. After store manager, you can move up to the district manager and regional manager. This will make you sound committed to the organization. Do you have any questions for us? What are the top attributes of a store manager at Starbucks?

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How do you feel you would show integrity compassion accountability reliability responsibility and be ethical and fair to those who work under you and around you

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Fr Paul Hall
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over 6 months ago

We can't help everyone in one day. People needs help and we do the best we can.

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Jenny Guerrier
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over 6 months ago

A great leader is the one knows how to follow. A great conversationalist is the one who knows how to listen.

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Jason Harding
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over 6 months ago

When I worked at #Leader\nSmithfieldFoods someone told me

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Jason Harding
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over 6 months ago

When I worked at #Leader\nSmithfieldFoods someone told me

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RODNEY RILEY
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over 6 months ago

I'm a team player.that means knowing when to listen.and knowing when to talk.

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Shannon Davis
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over 6 months ago

I am responsible will do best my ability and be a leader in a job

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