Antonopoulou Aikaterini & Sia Oe Antonopoulou Olga K.
Antonopoulos K Dimitrios Antonopoulos Konstantinos Antonopoulos Nikolaos & Sia O.e.
Acheimastos Spyridon Achparakis Dimokritos Adali Fani Adamidou Maroula Adamidou Zoi N.
Adamopoulou Stavroula Adamos Efstratios & Sia Ee Adrakta Ioanna & Sia O.e.
Upon moving to Woodbury, I immediately became active in the community through service on the Parks and Natural Resource Commission and, more recently, the 2040 Comprehensive Task Force.
I have extensive policy development and planning experience through my time working at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and understand the inner operations of the city and how policy is created.
• Family: Husband, Max, son, Damien (5), and daughter, Abigail (2)• Civic involvement: Woodbury Parks and Natural Resource Commission, 2013-present; Woodbury 2040 Comprehensive Task Force; Woodbury Citizens League graduate Why are you running for Woodbury City Council?
I have always had a passion for planning, policy development and politics.
Identifying and posing challenging questions for others, who are expected to find the answers, is therefore recognized as a key characteristic of leadership -- if only for the questionable purpose of keeping followers off-balance. For example, John S Mc Callum (, May/June 2001) identifies ten questions that business leaders should ask themselves in order to respond to issues vital to their success in periods of uncertainty. Intimidating questions shut off creative thinking". These extremes point to the value of distinguishing the "variety of questioning styles" or "modes of questioning" that may enhance or inhibit learning, for example: Question reluctance is a discomfort, fear and/or avoidance of asking and answering questions.
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