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what ADP covers army leadership?

ADP 6-22
what is leadership?
the process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission and improve the organization
what is an army leader?

anyone who assumes the role or is assigned responsibility that inspires and influences people to accomplish organizational goals

how can leaders mitigate resistance?

- by anticipating what others value

- their reactions to influence

- their shared understanding of common goals

- their commitment to the organization

- trust in their leader

what is command?

the authority that a commander lawfully exercises over subordinates

what is mission command?

the exercise of authority and direction by the commander using mission orders

what conveys the expectations that the army wants leaders to meet?
the leadership requirements model
what are the leader attributes?



what are the three categories of competencies?

-the army leader serves to LEAD others
-the army leader serves to DEVELOP the environment, themselves, others and the profession as a whole
-the army leader serves to ACHIEVE organizational goals


the category of leads encompasses five competencies. what are they?

-lead others
- extends influence beyond the chain of command
-builds trust
-leads by example

what is the purpose of ADP 6-22, Army Leadership?

it establishes fundamental principles by which the army leaders accomplish their missions and care for their people

to be effective team builders, organizational leaders and commander must be able to identify and interact with both formal and informal teams. identify three teams.
-traditional chain of command
-coordination directing unified action partners
-technical channels combining commanders and staff officers
define formal leadership
granted to individuals by virtue of assignment to positions of responsibility and is a function of rank and experience
define informal leadership

exists throughout organizations, must support legitimate authority, and plays an important role in mission accomplishment

what three different categories do formal army leaders come from?

-commissioned officers
-noncommissioned officers
-army civilians

What is toxic leadership?

a combination of self-centered attitudes, motivations, and behaviors that have adverse effects on subordinates, the organization, and mission performance.

What are the two Characteristics of a Toxic Leader?

- inflated sense of self-worth

- acute self-interest

What are the four Special Conditions of Leadership?

1. Formal

2. informal

3. Collective

4. Situational

What is character

who a person is, what a person believes, how a person acts

What year was the Army’s First Leadership Doctrine Published?


What does a Leader taking care of people involve?

- Open communications

- trust

- cohesion

- teamwork

How do Army leaders build trust?

By being honest and dependable

what is empathy?

identifying and understanding what others think, feel and believe.

What does character refer to?

internal identity

What does presence refer to?

How others see the leader

What does intellect refer to?

the abilities and knowledge the leader possesses

Why do Leaders Develop Others?

to assume greater responsibility or achieve higher expertise

Why is "Military Leadership" unique?

because the armed forces grow their own leaders from the lowest to highest levels