Kaden Young

About Me

My name is Kaden Young. I am a senior at Neoga High School. I have played both baseball and basketball all four years at Neoga. I am a member of the National Honor Society. I have participated in Math club, N club, Science club, and FCA during my enrollment. Some of my out of school hobbies are travel sports, hanging out with friends and family, and video games. I am excited about the opportunities the CEO program will bring me, as well as the new people I will meet and connections I will gain from it.






DISC Characteristics

  • You can be sufficiently assertive without being pushy or nervy. You are likely the one to initiate action before others. You like to have variety and a faster pace. You prefer a minimum of direct supervision or control over your actions. You are comfortable pushing the envelope when it comes to what authority you do possess if it gets results. You are always interested in new approaches and new ways of doing things.
  • You tend to meet new people in a confident and appropriate manner. You work best when you are able to interact with others. You like a flexible environment that allows for creativity. You prefer working in a social environment rather than one that is remote or isolated. You could be a bit more organized and attentive to details. You like democratic not dictatorial relationships on the job.
  • You can be an excellent calming influence on people who are upset. You may be slow to accept changes or let go of the old ways of doing things. You strongly prefer a workplace with a sincere, personal, and agreeable environment with little hostility. You always demonstrate a high degree of follow-through. Increasing your sense of urgency could benefit your performance in many instances. You always present a more relaxed and open approach to your work and how fast you must get it done.
  • You are flexible enough to work with or without a lot of structure or order. To you, the end usually justifies the means. You are practical and realistic. You are fine with change when it is clear how it will improve efficiency. You might be perceived as a bit of a rule-bender by some on the team. You are persistent in trying to get a message across, even in the midst of resistance.