Daniel Kelly

Daniel Kelly

Work History

Work History
Aug 2010 - Dec 2011

Senior Student Ambassador

Illinois Institute of Technology Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Coordinate campus visits for 1-50 people via telephone and email communication

Led campus tours around IIT for 1-30 people

Developed customer service skills by working at the reception area

Implemented database (R+) functions to track activities of prospective students

May 2011 - Aug 2011


Taylor Group Insurance

Categorized and organized various files

Improved communication skills through contacting insurance providers

Oct 2007 - Jul 2008


Stonelake Survey Company

Converted physical drawings of plots of land into AutoCAD

Created a floor plan of our building for insurance purposes

Organized and filed survey drawings


I am looking to obtain a position where I can demonstrate my leadership and interpersonal skills. Specifically I like to work with clients to identify and solve problems within their company.


Myers-Briggs Personality Assessment: ENFP (Expressive, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving)

-“Warmly enthusiastic and imaginative. Sees life as full of possibilities. Makes connections between events and information very quickly, and confidently proceeds based on patterns they see. Wants a lot of affirmation from others, and readily gives appreciation and support. Spontaneous and flexible, often relies on his ability to improvise and his verbal fluency”


Aug 2008 - May 2012

Bachelor's of Science

Illinois Institute of Technology




PRESENTING: Communicating effectively to groups. Organizes information to be presented in succinct, logical sequence. Presents information in ways that makes abstract or complex concepts clear and understandable. Effectively utilizes language, word-pictures, stories, metaphors and humor. Utilizes a wide range of non-verbal communication or body language such as speech inflection, voice modulation, eye contact, facial expression and gestures. Implements a variety of visual and auditory devices to capture and invoke the audience's senses, participation and interest. Projects authenticity, confidence, conviction and passion. Appeals to and engages the heart and mind of the audience. Tailors presentation to the interests, needs and wants of audiences. Establishes and delivers content objectives. Communicates in ways that elevate audience awareness and understanding. Communicates in ways that enlighten, educate, challenge and persuade the audience to think, believe or behave in a specific way. Is recognized and relied upon as an effective spokesperson.


PERSUASION: Convincing others to change the way they think, believe or behave. Utilizes the knowledge of other's needs, wants, beliefs, attitudes, and behavior to promote a concept, product or service. Builds trust and credibility before attempting to promote concepts, products or services. Understands and utilizes compliance-producing behaviors to influence others such as authority, being likeable, proof of the prior compliance of others, limited availability, sampling or giving something away to create a sense of obligation. Uses logic and reason to develop rational arguments that challenge current assumptions, attitudes, beliefs, and behavior. Identifies and addresses the social, emotional, economic, and practical barriers that prevent people from complying. Adapts techniques and approaches to the needs and wants of those being influenced.

Interpersonal Skills

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS: Effectively communicating, building rapport and relating well to all kinds of people. Strives for self-awareness. Demonstrates sincere interest in others. Treats all people with respect, courtesy and consideration. Respects differences in the attitudes and perspectives of others. Listens, observes and strives to gain understanding of others. Communicates effectively. Sensitive to diversity issues. Develops and maintains relationships with many different kinds of people regardless of cultural differences.


LEADERSHIP: Achieving extraordinary business results through people. Inspires others with compelling visions. Takes risks for the sake of principles, values or mission. Builds trust and demonstrates integrity with a noticeable congruence between words and actions (walks their talk). Demonstrates optimism and positive expectations of others. Delegates appropriate responsibilities and authority. Involves people in decisions that affect them. Addresses performance issues promptly, fairly and consistently. Adapts methods and approaches to the needs and motivations of others. Makes decisions to avoid or mitigate the negative consequences for people. Demonstrates loyalty to constituents.