McKinley Lowe

About Me

Hi, my name is McKinley Lowe. I’m a senior at Pleasant Hill High School. I am very passionate about FCA and giving pitching lessons to the neighboring communities. I am an active member of NHS, Student Council, FCA, and Yearbook.  After High School I will attend Parkland College in Champaign, IL to obtain a degree in Education with a minor in Business and continue my softball career.  After Parkland I hope to attend a four year University. I joined CEO to get a better understanding of businesses in our community and to better my soft skills.






DISC Characteristics

  • • You may be hesitant to share your opinion with others if the topic is divisive or hotly contested. • You are quite self-critical of yourself and demand a lot out of yourself. • You are open to deferring to others for decisions when they have voiced a stronger opinion. • You prefer a culture that allows ample time for analysis of new ideas before implementation takes place. • Under high pressure, you may become somewhat indecisive or resistant to making a very quick decision. • You think it is important to have some time to evaluate options before acting
  • • You present yourself in a poised manner to both small or large groups of people. • People may find you charming to meet and to converse with on a variety of topics. • You like democratic not dictatorial relationships on the job. • You can be an effective coach or counselor for others. • You like a flexible environment that allows for creativity. • You prefer an environment with ample people contact.
  • You dislike any personal conflicts or hostility of any kind. • You prefer an environment that allows for lots of consistency, dependability and structure. • You are an excellent team player. • You are very patient in working with a wide variety of people. • You require significant time to adjust to change. • Increasing your sense of urgency could benefit your performance significantly
  • "The 'right way' to do things is the way I'm doing them right now." • You are more bottom-line oriented (e.g., "Let's get the job done now"). • You like an environment that provides independence from direct control. • You prefer to be encouraged to create and try new ideas and procedures. • You want little, if any, "routine" work. • You view rules more as guidelines that may need to be bent or modified depending on the situation.