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Army leadership doctrine states that leaders 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 are the team building stages?
Formation
Enrichment
Sustainment
What are the 4 human needs?
Physical
Security
Social
Higher (religion)
What is the FM for leadership?
FM 22-100
Define Leadership?
Leadership is influencing people by providing purpose, motivation and direction, while operating to accomplish the mission and improve the organization.
What are the 4 major factors of leadership?
The Led
The Leader
The Communication
The Situation
What does FM 7-0 cover?
Training the force
What are the 4 individual values that all soldiers are expected to posses?
Courage
Candor
Competence
Commitment
What are the 3 stages of the Character Development Pyramid?
Leaders teach values- subordinates learn culture
Leaders reinforce values- subordinates comply
Leaders shape the ethical climate- subordinates internalize army values
What is Communication?
The flow or exchange of information and ideas from one person to another
Name two barriers of communication?
Physical
Psychological
Define Motivation
Influencing people to do what you know must be done
What are the four indicators of good leadership?
Proficiency
Morale
Discipline
Cohesion
What are the 4 elements of professional army ethics?
LIDS
Loyalty
Integrity
Duts
Selfless Service
Name some things that affect unit morale
Mess
Mail
Military Justice
Supply
Billets
What are the 4 steps to the ethical decision making process?
1. Interpret the problem
2. Analyze the factors
3. Choose the best course of action
4. Implement
What are beleifs?
Ideas you hold true about a person, place or thing.
What are Values?
The importance you place on a person, place or thing.
What are the 2 types of counseling?
Event oriented
Performance/Professional Growth
What are the 2 modes of leadership?
Direct and Indirect
What are the levels of leadership?
Direct
Organizational
Strategic
What are the 4 skill domains a leader must know?
Technical
Tactical
Interpersonal
Conceptual
What are the attributes a leader must have?
Mental
Physical
Emotional
What are the Values all army leaders must have?
LDRSHIP
Loyalty
Duty
Respect
Selfless Service
Honor
Integrity
Personal Courage
What are the conceptual skills?
Critical and Ethical Reasoning
Creative and Reflective Thinking
What are the technical skills?
Knowing and Operating Equipment
What are the Tactical skills?
Doctrine and tactics
and Fieldcraft
In order to be an effective leader what must you "DO"?
Influence
Operate
Improve
What are the influencing actions?
Communicating
Decision Making
Motivating
What are the Operating actions?
Planning
Executing
Assesing
What are the Improving Actions?
Developing
Building
Learning
Character can be broken down into what 2 categories?
Values and attributes
What are the 5 basic rules of combat?
Move
Shoot
Communicate
Secure
Sustain
What are the improving actions?
Developing
Building
Learning
What are the 5 roles of a leader?
Teacher
Trainer
Administrator
Counselor
Commander
What are the 5 elements in a 5 paragraph (OPORD) operations order?
Situation
Mission
Execution
Service Support (logistics)
Command and Signal
What are the 4 steps in supervising subordinates?
Assign the task
set the standards
check progress
follow up
What are the 4 specific NCO responsibilities?
1. Insure that each member of a unit is trained to proficiency in their MOS
2. Insure Accountability and Maintenance of Govt Equipment assigned to the unit
3. While on duty, be able to report location and activity of all their soldiers
4. Insure that the unit is trained to perform its primary mission
What are the 5 basic styles of Army leadership?
Directing
Delegating
Participating
Transactional
Transformational
What are the 2 steps in the Formation stage of team building?
Reception and integration
What is the most important thing a leader can do to strengthen his team?
Train them properly
What are the 3 pillar of the Army's Leader Development Model?
Institutional training
Operational Assignments
Self-Development
What is meant be mentoring?
Mentoring is the development of subordinates through observation, assessing, coaching, teaching and counseling.
What are the 3 mentoring techniques?
Teaching
Developmental counseling
Coaching
What are the 4 dimensions of the Army Leadership framework?
VAAS
Values
Attributes
Actions
Skills
Name some methods for motivating soldiers?
Empower them
Use positive reinforcement whenever possible
Use negative reinforcement where necessary
What is the best technique for for motivating soldiers?
Lead from the front
set the example
What is the difference between an implied and specified mission?
Implied- is when a leader sees something within his/her area that needs to be done and develops a plan to fix it.
Specified- a mission originating from the boss
Who is responsible for the success or failure of a mission?
The leader
What is fieldcraft?
The skills a soldier needs to sustain his/herself in the field.
All communication in the Army should travel how many levels up/down?
2 up
2 down
What is authority?
The power of a leader to direct subordinates or take action in the area of responsibility?
Respect my authoriti
What are the 2 types of authority?
General
Command
What are the 2 types of Responsibility?
Individual
Command
Where does an NCO derive his/her authority?
From the Constitution, to the CINC, who exercises authority through commissioned officers, who delegate to NCO's to accomplish the mission
What are the 3 formal channels of communication in the Army?
NCO support channel
Chain of Command
Staff and Technical Channels
What are the 4 indicators of a units effectiveness?
Morale
Discipline
Esprit De Corps
Proficiency
What is the true test of a leaders proficiency?
How his/her soldiers respond when he/she is not present.
What is the most important army value?
U pick em