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Ralph Yarl was visiting his younger sibling but instead arrived at an incorrect address and opened the door where white homeowner Andrew Lester shot and killed him. Candidates should come prepared with answers to questions that demonstrate their leadership abilities under high-pressure situations, for instance discussing how they motivate employees. How did you meet Ralph? Ralph Yarl's story has moved millions, and many celebrities have spoken up to demand justice on his behalf. Yet 16-year-old Ralph still needs support on his path back from injury; you can help by supporting Ralph through this difficult time. Last week, Yarl was shot when he entered an incorrect house while looking for his younger brothers - prompting national outrage and prompting protests by celebrities and politicians alike. Now, Andrew Lester (84 years old) has been charged with two felonies in relation to this event. Lester could face up to 10 years in prison if found guilty of first-degree assault and armed criminal action. A resident of a retirement community for more than 15 years, Lester told police he thought someone was breaking into his home when hearing knocking at the door; therefore, after hearing knocking on it and hearing someone ring the bell he shot Yarl through a glass door at him after she attempted to use her bell for security. Yarl and his family have received immense support since his accident. He's currently recovering at home, with more good days than bad ones and is hopeful to resume playing his bass clarinet soon. According to Aunt Faith Spoonmore, Yarl is an "incredibly intelligent kid who excels in science." He currently takes college-level courses at Staley High School in Kansas City. Ralph considers himself lucky that he's still alive, and doesn't wish for anyone to think that he is making too much out of his situation. All he wants is the ability to sleep better and focus on his music. Nicole Bryan, 17, recalls meeting Ralph Yarl in seventh grade band class, where they quickly formed an attachment. According to CBS, Ralph corrected Nicole on her bass clarinet skills while always encouraging her to do her best; additionally he is a leader within their group, which Nicole finds very motivating. She describes him as a wonderful individual to spend time with. What made you want to work for GM? Paul Yarl had planned a conversation with Ralph, his 16-year-old son, regarding the risks involved with driving as a young Black man in America and how to stay safe when approached by strangers. Ralph was fatally shot after mistakenly entering the wrong residence to collect his younger siblings on April 13 in Kansas City. Authorities allege he misdialed and reached out for someone other than their intended target - an elderly white male of 84 years of age named Howard Williams who police say shot Ralph for making contact. This shooting has led to widespread nationwide discourse about gun laws, race relations and Missouri's "stand your ground" law which permits individuals to defend themselves when they perceive an imminent attack - including politicians such as Vice President Kamala Harris and actress Halle Berry who have commented publicly on it. Ralph is expected to recover fully from his traumatic brain injury, now home and surrounded by healthcare providers such as his mother Cleo Nagbe (an occupational nurse and physical therapist). Nagbe praised her son's resiliency after suffering injuries so severe they require extensive hospitalization, while offering her admiration and pride in him for remaining strong despite their pain. She expressed hope he can pursue his passion for music he's shown since being just a toddler; playing piano, saxophone and bass clarinet (earning him statewide recognition for his talents). Ralph is currently focused on his health and resuming activities that bring him joy, such as running. To avoid migraines, Ralph must be careful when socializing; nevertheless, he's gradually returning to his usual routine; unfortunately he has not been able to return to his part-time job since the shooting, but hopes he may eventually do so. Family has been heartened by an outpouring of support from across the nation and internationally. At Staley High, students will participate in a unity walk Tuesday and collect cards for him to support his recovery process. Lee Merritt, their attorney has requested this case be treated as a hate crime. What was your first day at GM like? A General Manager should have excellent communication and listening skills as well as mentoring capabilities. People should feel they can approach them and are not going to be judged for what they say or don't say; additionally they are good communicators and motivating employees towards working as a team towards reaching common goals. The best GMs immerse themselves deeply in the values and ethics of their company. They set goals that challenge employees without being unrealistic or arbitrary, while setting high ethical standards both personally and ethically for themselves and the company. Henry Schacht of Cummins serves as an exemplary example; his visionary leadership inspired workers while being keenly aware of employee treatment - no policy manual was needed for that direction! Top general managers set their priorities based on what the company needs. They have an overall view of all fields the company wishes to compete in and the strategies it will employ in each, such as centralization vs decentralization balances, line manager and staff roles and rewards that motivate people to do their jobs well, skills needed by an industry leader, etc. Finally, top general managers look for efficiency savings in business operations while avoiding processes which cannot easily be converted to another use and building plants only when certain they will be profitable. Furthermore, the best general managers often possess an advanced knowledge of their company's financials than other executives do. They know how to identify issues early and see opportunities for competitive advantages; they possess both the capabilities of good operators as well as being adept conceptualizers - constantly searching for signs that point towards market advantage. Leaders become personally invested in solving key company issues regardless of their organizational chart designation, while taking care to respect other departments or managers' turf without intruding on other responsibilities or creating political tensions by intruding upon other's roles or duties. It is their goal to make people understand why this intrusion is necessary and beneficial. What is your favorite part about working at GM? Ralph Yarl has been working at General Motors (GM) for almost a year and loves the people he works with and the opportunities afforded employees at GM. "There is always something going on at the company or small gatherings put together by individual departments; getting involved helps you develop personally while experiencing different working situations," he stated. Ralph has taken advantage of numerous events and activities at General Motors (GM) that help him develop as an individual. These have included attending leadership trainings as well as participating in diversity and inclusion events to learn more about himself, volunteer opportunities to give back to the community, as well as opportunities to grow personally through service projects. "Being given an opportunity to help others is immensely satisfying," Ralph commented. Ralph has made great strides since being shot, healing well and is expected to make a full recovery. Though debilitating headaches persist, Ralph finds more good days than bad and hopes to begin playing his bass clarinet again soon. In addition, Alicia Keys invited Ralph all expenses paid to attend her concert in St Louis later this summer! Andrew Lester, the 84-year-old man who shot Ralph Yarl last week in Kansas City, has been charged with first-degree assault and armed criminal action. On Wednesday he pled not guilty to both counts; an arraignment is scheduled for June 1. Lester told police he believed Yarl was trying to break in when he arrived at Lester's door to pick up his younger brothers; this incident garnered national media coverage and protests throughout Kansas City; Lester has since been charged with two felonies that carry life sentences should they be proven guilty; Lester could face life imprisonment should convicted.