On Wednesday, the 4th of October, the office bearers and I had the privilege of working with Craig and Beth from the HR Department at Glasgow Airport for a leadership training session involving psychometric testing. Before the session we were given a survey to complete, which asked us to choose words and phrases that were most and least like ourselves. Based on our responses to the survey we were given feedback that was presented in a personal profile, outlining the characteristics, values and strengths of each person. The information was also conveyed through three graphs which identified areas of strength and development of each person. We found that all of us had thorough, perfectionist characteristics, where we would be more likely to take lots of time to research things before making any decisions. We are less likely to demonstrate dominance and ‘in charge’ qualities. I thought the profiles for each of us were very accurate which has made us re-evaluate the way we, as office bearers, should lead. Craig and Beth discussed the dynamics of our team and we learned about different leadership styles and characteristics that a leader should have. One thing that I have taken away from this session is to be more dominant as an office bearer by taking charge in decisions that need to be made quickly. We thoroughly enjoyed the training from Glasgow Airport as it has motivated us all to fulfill our roles as office bearers, work more effectively as a team and to lead as confident role models of Notre Dame.