SPC Hammond's Leadership In The Classroom

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SPC Hammond ranked 13th academically in a class of 92 students with a 91.63% average and earned a place of honor on the Commandant 's List. He displayed superior written communication skills by achieving a 94% average on all written evaluations. SPC Hammond 's excellent communication skills earned him a 96% average on all oral presentations. He achieved superior scores in all aspects of leadership with an average score of 93.76%. SPC Hammond demonstrated a unique ability to coordinate group efforts toward attainment of common goals. He supported the SHARP program through his personal and professional behavior by fostering a climate of dignity and respect, while ensuring all students were treated fairly and impartially and promoting a positive …show more content…
He demonstrated good communication skills by successfully completing all areas of the written communication evaluations. SGT Hall consistently communicated with subordinates to ensure all missions were understood and accomplished. He projected self-confidence and worked hard to improve his leadership skills. SGT Hall displayed a good sense of teamwork during the accomplishment of every mission. He supported the SHARP program through his personal and professional behavior by fostering a climate of dignity and respect, while ensuring all students were treated fairly and impartially and promoting a positive classroom …show more content…
He conveyed written views with meticulous attention to detail earning a 96% average on all written evaluations. SGT Gonzalez displayed superior communication skills by achieving a 94% average on all oral presentations. He possessed a vast amount of tactical and technical knowledge and achieved an overall leadership grade of 91.68%. SGT Gonzalez presented a professional attitude and demonstrated a rare and exceptional ability to support weaker Soldiers and group efforts. He supported the SHARP program through his personal and professional behavior by fostering a climate of dignity and respect, while ensuring all students were treated fairly and impartially and promoting a positive classroom

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