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Define an LCPO according to the LCPO Leadership Course.
LCPOs are defined as "Individuals designated to assist in the administration supervision and
training of Divisional or Departmental personnel; to include their professional and personal
growth."
IAW this reference, CPOs are responsible for, have authority to, and are held accountable for:
1 - Leading sailors and applying their skills to tasks that enable mission accomplishment for the US Navy.
2. Developing enlisted and junior officer sailors.
3. Communicating the core values, standards and information of our Navy that empowers Sailors to be successful in all they attempt.
4. Supporting, with loyalty the endeavors of the COC they serve and their fellor CPOs with whom they serve.
What is the primary tool for planning and executing your career?
The 5 Vector Model (5VM)
Define proactive/intrusive leadership.
The process of proactive/intrusive leadership involves leaders at all levels, including
junior Sailors, engaged in communicating standards, expectations of behavior, and sound leadership practices. This also includes identification of those at risk and bringing them alongside, before an event occurs.
Name some of the individual concerns that a CPO may need to address regarding junior sailors.
In addition to the normal interactions at Quarters, chiefs must address individual concerns such as personalized help with technical skills, direct help with respect and discipline, tailored financial help, personal anger management, and military bearing guidance.
Define proactive leadership.
Proactive leadership means asking the right question, getting the right answer, ensuring standards are being met, and nurturing and mentoring their Sailors. It means that chiefs are aware of their Sailors’ hobbies, interests, concerns, what makes them tick, and what they do on and off duty.
Why is communication important?
One reason, critical to your success as a leader, is the necessity to communicate your vision and obtain support of group members.
Another reason is because a leader spends more time communicating than doing any other single activity. However, studies show many people have not had a great deal of training in the four basic types of communication: reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Communicating effectively is absolutely critical to your success.
Name the characteristics of communication in a superior command.
1. Communication occurs frequently.
2. People listen to each other.
3. Explanations are given often.
4. Communication flows up, down, and accross the COC.
5. Officers and chiefs get out and about.
6. Personal issues are addressed.
State guidelines that will assist you in establishing a good working relationship with your seniors.
1. Clarify your relationship
2. Read your seniors
3. Organize for your Divo Officer
4. Morning meetings
5. Offer constructive feedback
6. Determine the CO's priorities
Define the four areas or scales of personality features.
1. Energizing
2. Attending
3. Deciding
4. Living
What are the 3 values of personality typing?
1. It can assist in helping an individual understand him or herself, and thus relate better.
2. It can assist in helping an individual understand others so he or she is better able to relate.
3. It is a helpful aid when learning to work with others in an organization or team. By learning to anticipate the actions of others, the team can function more effectively.
Energizing is how a person is energized. Define its components: (1) Extraverion, (2) Introversion.
1. Extraversion: The preference for drawing energy from the outside world of people, activities or things.
2. Introversion: The preference for drawing energy from one's internal world of ideas, emotions, or impressions.
Attending is what a person pays attention to. Define its components: (1) Sensing, (2) Intuition.
1. Sensing: The preference for taking in information through the five senses and noticing what is actual.
2. Intuition: The preference for taking in information through a sixth sense and noticing what might be (unconcious perceiving).
Deciding is how a person decides. Define its components: (1) thinking, (2) feeling.
1. Thinking: The preference for organizing information to decide in a logical, objective way.
2. Feeling: The preference for organizing and structuring information to decide in a personal, value oriented way.
Living is the life-style a person adopts. Define its components: (1) judgement, (2) perception.
1. Judgement: The preference for living a planned and organized life.
2. Perception: The preference for living a spontaneous and flexible life.
In Naval writing, when is the only time you should delay your main point?
Only delay your main point to soften bad news or to introduce a controversial proposal.