Liz Dhom

About Me

My name is Liz Dhom, and I am so excited to be a part of the Crawford County CEO class of 2020-2021. This year is my senior year at Oblong High School, and I am taking several college courses at Lincoln Trail College. I am an active member of Oblong High School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter, as well as National Honor Society and Ignite Youth Ministries in Casey, Illinois. Upon graduating from Oblong High School, I plan to attend a four-year university, double majoring in business and pre-law, with the intention of pursuing a law degree. From my time in CEO, I hope to meet many new people and learn as much as I can about the business world. I look forward to learning from my time in CEO!

Thank you, 

Liz Dhom 






DISC Characteristics

  • You can miss smaller but important details because you were moving too fast or focused too much on the big picture. • Your patience is likely not great and you can become impatient when things don't happen quickly enough for you. • You are comfortable pushing the envelope when it comes to what authority you do possess if it gets results. • You like challenging assignments that require you to work out of your comfort zone. • You can become critical of others who don't measure up to your standards. • You are always interested in new approaches and new ways of doing things.
  • You prefer a job culture with a predictable environment and with few sudden shocks and surprises. • You would prefer not to have to present presentations to large or influential groups of people. • You could bring greater value to the team by weighing in with ideas and opinions more frequently. • Sometimes you may be seen as withdrawn by those who don't know you. • You are encouraged to open up a bit more to others and take a stand on important issues. • You tend to be quite reserved, choosing to keep your opinions to yourself.
  • You are always seen as cool, calm, and collected on the outside (whether that is true on the inside or not). • You require significant time to adjust to change. • You're not great at letting things go (e.g., original decisions, long held beliefs, etc). • You're always willing to help out in a pressure situation, even if you don't really want to. • You like having a strong identification or connection with the group, organization, or mission. • You are very predictable, in a good way. You're always there, ready to pitch in, and complete the assignment.
  • You prefer a neat and clean work environment. • You may be perceived as somewhat resistant to change. • When you disagree, you may express your resistance in a passive-aggressive manner. • You desire a great deal of explanation before beginning new tasks. • You like to work in an environment that is very precise and more structured. • You are excellent at gathering detailed information and examples.