Examples Of Leadership Goals
Goal Number 1 – Cognitive: “Keep the mind sharp” – Continual Learning Relevant Areas of Growth 1 – Critical and Creative Thinking 1. Personal Impact – Professional development; become more knowledgeable in the fraud prevention and intelligence spheres and have more opportunity for advancement within the Army Reserve and my civilian career. 2. Impact on others – Articulate information to support priority intelligence requirements to a higher headquarters. 3. Course of Action 1 – Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to establish a baseline in my operating environment. 4. Course of Action 2 – Identify inconsistency or critical occurrence indicators in order to make decisions. 5. Sustain …show more content…
Course of Action 2 – Attend and successfully complete the BSC and MLC; prepare other NCOs to attend PME schools through mentoring. 5. Sustain – Continue to seek and attend Army Professional Development Courses. Volunteer within my command to take on additional responsibilities.
Leadership Goal 2
Goal Number 2 – Behavioral Relevant Areas of Growth 1 – Conflict Management 1. Personal Impact – Formulate objectives and priorities and implement plans consistent with the long-term interests of the unit in a global environment. 2 Impact on others – Build positive relationships throughout the unit and with key members of other units. 3. Course of Action 1 – Effectively argue and defend a point of view to influence the outcome. Clarify others’ understanding of a given issue or situation. 4. Course of Action 2 – Recognize how the issues at hand affect other people, and demonstrate awareness of the consequences. 5. Sustain – Express empathy and earn the trust of others. Routinely question my own possible role in the creation of misunderstanding or dissent. Relevant Areas of Growth 2 – Oral Communication 1. Personal Impact – Become a more effective leader through enhanced oral communication …show more content…
Course of Action 2 - Collaborate and share plans, information, and resources. Attentively listen to others to hear and understand what is being said, and to assess what is meant. 5. Sustain - Provide support to fellow Soldiers in accomplishing the mission and encourage them to engage and try to understand others’ perspectives.
Prioritize Course of Action 1. Prepare to attend the Battle Staff Course and Master Leader Course by communicating with other NCOs that have recently attended the course. 2. Attend and successfully complete the BSC and MLC; prepare other NCOs to attend PME schools through mentoring. 3. Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to establish a baseline in my operating environment. 4. Mentor, coach, and counsel subordinates 5. Develop the ability of others to perform and contribute to the organization by providing ongoing feedback and by providing opportunities to learn through formal and informal methods. 6. Create personal Development Plans and goals linked to serving the unit’s mission. 7. Identify inconsistency or critical occurrence indicators in order to make decisions. 8. Make clear and convincing oral presentations to individuals and groups. Collaborate and share plans, information, and