Yah, leadership roles. I was a great leader. Im a natural born leader. For example, in my Computer Science classes, whenever we have group projects, I was always the leader. It make the most sense. Not everyone liked how I worked. They say that I was bossy this and that but we did the job get done. In the end, it doesn't really matter. We got an A and I learned that you know when you have dead weight on the team you really have to just made a put a slack of it. Im a natural born leader. So, on my previous job, I volunteer to take on the leadership role for a pretty much esteemed that improved the Q and A process. When I started, I was a junior member on the team and I found out that the Q and A process was really slow and inefficient. ... I talk to a couple of people and everyone pretty much agreed that it needed improvement. So, what we did was we pull a couple of members from different teams, product, release, development, and we went through it, went over any issues we had and kindda talked it out and ... we came out with something and we present it to higher ups. ... They liked it and over the next couple of months we actually got everything implemented ... most things ... In the end, the Q and A process was more efficient, faster and upon release they were less bugs so ... it ended well.