Kyle Bradshaw

About Me

Hey, I am Kyle Bradshaw. I am a senior this year at Pittsfield High School. I enjoy playing baseball and golf and I am involved in FFA, 4-H, and many other clubs. I plan to attend John Wood and then transfer to a four year school to get a degree in AG Business so I can return to my family farm and pumping business.  I joined CEO to improve my communication skills and build more connections within my community.






DISC Characteristics

  • You are usually very supportive of decisions made by others on the team. • You prefer a culture that allows ample time for analysis of new ideas before implementation takes place. • You like to think things through before acting. • You are quite self-critical of yourself and demand a lot out of yourself. • Sometimes you demand too much of yourself. • You are open to deferring to others for decisions when they have voiced a stronger opinion
  • You prefer working in a social environment rather than one that is remote or isolated. • You work best when you are able to interact with others. • You could be a bit more organized and attentive to details. • You tend to be generous with your time in helping others. • You can be an effective coach or counselor for others. • You present yourself in a poised manner to both small or large groups of people.
  • You prefer to have sufficient clarification of policy or tasks before proceeding, so as to avoid mistakes. • You can accept change, but you require a good argument for it first. • You don't like rocking the boat unless you absolutely have to. • You are generally known as steadfast and dependable. • You believe rules exist for a reason. • You serve to stabilize others on a team who are perhaps too maverick.
  • • Your approach to brand new ideas and change is one of caution and careful consideration. • You prefer an environment that is precise and detailed. • You like to keep a neat and clean workplace. • Your approach to working with others is usually tactful and respectful. • You really like to get things done correctly the first time. • You are sensitive to high quality control and have a need for accuracy.