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The army's Leadership doctrine staes that soldiers must satisfy 4 leadership requirements. What are they?
1. Lead in peace to be prepared for war
2. Develop individual leaders
3. Develop leadership teams
4. Decentralize
What is a principle?
Principles are guidelines
What are the team building stages?
1. Formation
2. Enrichment
3. Sustainment
Name the 4 Human Needs
1. Physical
2. Security
3. Social
4. Higher (religious)
What does Decentralization Mean?
The release of authority for execution from senior to subordinate levels.
What does FM 22-100 cover?
Army Leadership (Be, Know, Do)
What does FM 7-0 cover?
Training the Force
Define leadership.
Leadership is influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation while operating to accomplish the mission and improving the organization.
What are the 4 individual values that soldiers are expected to possess?
1. Courage
2. Candor
3. Competence
4. Commitment
What are the 7 steps to problem solving?
1. Identify the problem
2. Identify facts and assumptions
3. Generate alternatives
4. Analyze alternatives
5. Compare the alternatives
6. Make and execute your decision
7. Assess the results.
What are the three stages of the Character Development pyramid?
1. Leaders teach values-Bubordinates learn from culture
2. Leaders reinforce values- subordinates comply
3. Leaders shape the ethical climate- subordinates internalize army values
Name the two barriers of communications.
1. Physical
2. phycological
What is communications?
The flow or exchange of information and ideas from one person to another
Name some physical barriers of communication
Noise of battle
Define Motivation.
Influencing people to want to do what you know must be done
Name some things in a unit that affect morale.
*Military Justice
What are the 4 elements of professional army ethics?
1. Loyalty
2. Duty
3. Selfless Service
4. Intregity
Name the Four indicators of good leadership.
1. Proficiency
2. Discipline
3. Cohesion
4. Morale
What are the 4 steps to the ethical descion making process?
1. Interpret the situation
2. Analyze the factors
3. Choose the course of action you feel will best serve the nation
4. Implement the course of action ou have chosen
What are the 4 major factors of leadership?
1. The Led
2. The leader
3. The communication
4. The situation
what is the definition of Ethics?
Ethica are principles or standards that guide professionals to do the right thing
What are beliefs?
Beliefs are assumptions or convictions you hold as true about something, concept, r person
What are values?
Values are attitudes about the worth or importance of people, concepts or things
what are two types of counseling?
1. Event-oriented counseling
2. Performance and professional growth
What are the requirements of successful counseling?
* Establish communications
* Get the person to feel at ease
* Listen to the problem
* Dont pull the person down by showing him or her that their promlem is common
* Develop confidence between the counselee and yourself
What are the 5 baic rules of combat?
1. Move
2. Shoot
3. Communicate
4. Secure
5. Sustain
What are the five leadership styles?
1. Directing
2. Participating
3. Delegating
4. Transformationl
5. Transactional
What are the two modes of leadership?
1. Direct
2. Indirect
What are the four skills a leader must have?
1. Interpersonal
2. Conceptual
3. Technical
4. Tactiacal
What are the attributes a leader must have?
1. Mental
2. Physical
3. Emotional