FMB's Junior Board of Directors
Research proves that successful people share the common trait of self-awareness. By knowing your strengths and challenges and those of others, you can learn to effectively adapt your communication and behavior to achieve greater success in both personal and professional life. Therefore, each Junior Board member is given a personality test to help them better understand themselves as well as their peers. FMB uses the DISC assessment which measures four dimensions of their behavioral style and defines personality preferences for the following:
• Decisiveness- preference for problem solving and getting results.
• Interactiveness- preference for interacting with others and showing emotion.
• Stability- preference for pacing, persistence and steadiness.
• Cautiousness- preference for procedures, standards and protocols.
Not all the fun and learning is done within FMB’s board room, we try and get the students out and about as much as possible. The Chick-Fil-A Home Office Backstage Tour is a perfect example. This is a walking, guided cultural tour of all things Chick-Fil-A with the central focus being S. Truett Cathy, his beliefs and his work ethic. The Junior Board had the opportunity to see first hand how an American start up and family owned company became an international known and celebrated icon. Along with the background on the Truett family and the Chick-Fil-A history the tour covers where they want to take the business in the future with their Test Kitchen and Innovation Center.
For more information on FMB’s Jr. Board of Director’s or to find out how to apply, please call Maria Baltazar at (706) 485-9941.