Emily Bradbury

About Me

As a proud member of Crawford County CEO, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Emily Bradbury and I am from the only Oblong. I was born at Crawford County Memorial Hospital on January 8, 2002 with my twin sister Abby Bradbury. I have been blessed to be raised with five sisters and three brothers. Having a big family has taught me about diversity and I will always be grateful for my family. Growing up I went to Oblong Elementary School and I am still continuing my education at Oblong High School and Lincoln Trail College. I was also introduced to Crawford County CEO during high school and I am looking forward to opportunities this class will provide to me.






DISC Characteristics

  • • You may defer to others who exhibit a stronger opinion or are more vocal. • You may be somewhat conservative in decision-making on important issues. • Unless completely wrong, you prefer to support decisions made by others rather than argue or disagree. • You like an environment where authority and responsibility is mutual and shared across all members. • You like to carefully weigh the pros and cons on important issues before forming an opinion. • You prefer to lead by setting an example, not outright instructing others.
  • Your amicable approach means you may be hard to really "read." • You tend to be slightly more reflective than talkative. • You are able to balance working alone and working in a group very easily. • While you consider other's emotions, you do not let them fog the bigger issues. • You can easily interact with others. • For really important tasks, you may prefer to work alone without too much involvement from others.
  • You like having a strong identification or connection with the group, organization, or mission. • You possess an amazing ability to calm those people who are upset. • You're always willing to help out in a pressure situation, even if you don't really want to. • You prefer an environment that allows for lots of consistency, dependability and structure. • You are very loyal when it comes to existing operating procedures. • You dislike any personal conflicts or hostility of any kind.
  • • When you disagree, you may express your resistance in a passive-aggressive manner. • You believe in maintaining high standards of quality control. • You desire a great deal of explanation before beginning new tasks. • You think it is important to adhere to specific and detailed instructions or procedures. • You are somewhat restrained in expressing emotions. • You can be skeptical of brand new ideas or fads until they are sufficiently proven.