Isabella Shoemaker

About Me

Hello! I am Bella Shoemaker, and I am a senior at Griggsville-Perry High School. In school, I am a member of the volleyball team, a captain of the cheer squad, editor-in-chief of the yearbook, a student council representative for the senior class, and a member of NHS. I enjoy going to country concerts, hanging out with friends, and playing with my dogs. After high school I plan on attending John Wood Community College to receive my associates degree, then transfer to a four-year university to obtain a bachelor's degree. I am undecided on what I would like to pursue. I applied to Pike CEO in hopes to better my public speaking, communication skills and better my knowledge of the ins and outs of running a business.






DISC Characteristics

  • • Your decision-making style is a rapid and straight-forward one. • You desire freedom from having to deal with detail; it restrains your effectiveness. • You would rather focus on the big picture, not the details which you can view as minutia. • You have no problem accepting the credit or taking the blame for results (e.g., "The buck stops here.") • You tend to be very direct and forthright in communicating with others. • You like new approaches and take an inquisitive and open attitude toward change.
  • You strongly prefer a democratic and not dictatorial professional environment or relationships. • You like to have an open-door policy with both peers and supervisors. • You are influential and talkative. • Sometimes you can express your opinion too much. • You are affable and friendly when meeting new people. • You tend to be always ready to converse with a group, even with people you've just met.
  • Change is fine with you as long as it is needed. • You like being mobile and on the go, but you like a home base to return to from time to time. • You appreciate the need of others to have more freedom and less structure. • You are comfortable acting alone to determine the best course of action. • Unexpected events don't drive you crazy. They can be something of a welcomed change. • You prefer a moderately structured environment, not too much - not too little
  • • While you appreciate a need for procedures and protocol, you also understand they must be practical and directly support results. • You are persistent in trying to get a message across, even in the midst of resistance. • You are fine with change when it is clear how it will improve efficiency. • You can easily work independently when it comes to completing tasks and assignments. • You like taking your own way to the results. • To you, the end usually justifies the means.