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Types of communication

Visual, verbal, vocal

Five elements of a message

Sender, receiver, message, transmission medium, feedback

3 types of transmission medium

Electronic, verbal, non-verbal

Three barriers of communication

Space, physical, psychological

Physical barriers

Noise, distance, distractions

Psychological barriers

Attitudinal, personality conflicts, fear, personal problems

Space barriers

Intimate, personal, social


(18 in) (1-4ft) (4-12ft)
Anything above 12ft is for one way communications

The ability to focus entirely on what the other person is expressing

Active listening

L.E.A.P.S

LISTEN
EMPHASIZE
ASK
PARAPHRASE
SUMMARIZE

The petty officer became official for the navy is what year?

1808

When did Petty officers get their first rate insignia

1841

When did specialty or rating marks become official

1866

When did the navy recognize three classes of petty officer?

July 1st, 1885

Petty officers wear rate insignia of chevrons with the points down under a spread eagle and rating mark. The eagle faces left

1886

Navy established Chief petty officer rate

1893

Coast guard was established

1915

When did the Coast guard rates become the same as the navy?

1917

What is article 91

Insubordinate action to an officer

Article 7

Apprehension. Ability to quell quarrels.

Article 92

Failure to obey an order or regulation

Statutory authority

14 USC 89

SEASII

SEARCH
EXAMINE
ARREST
SEIZE
INSPECT
INQUIRE

When are you required to obtain a government travel card?

If you expect to travel more than 5 times per year.

What is the STANDARD credit limit for a GTCC?

2,500

How much are GTCC coordinators to increase credit limits to?

9,999

If PCS or TAD travel takes more than this certain amount of days, the GTCC should NOT be used.

15 days. INCLUDING LEAVE.

When should the GTCC should not be used?

For lodging that is near the new permanent duty station


Eating establishments around PDS
Dislocation allowance


Transportation of personal goods

GTCC payments should be made in..

FULL. regardless of reimbursement

When is payment due by?

25 calendar days from statement day

What is the COMDTINST for Standards of Ethical Conduct?

COMDTINST M5370.8

Coast Guard personnel should contact who about for standards of conducts?

Assistant Ethics Official

What is a gift?

Another over 20 $
Anything of monetary value

What is particular matter?

Something that involves deliberation, decision, or action that is focused on the interests of specific persons, or a discrete and identifiable class of persons.

People contemplating suicide are often torn between what?

A will to live and a desire to die.

What is A.C.E?

ASK
CARE
ESCORT

What is the number for CG SUPRT?

( Employee Assistance Program) 1-855-CGSUPRT

What percent of people communicate their threats of suicide to another person before their commit?

80%

Two types of motivation?

External and internal

Three Approaches to Influencing Others

Directing, coaching, delegating

What is motivation?

Motivation is defined as: “The amount of energy or effort one is willing to put forth to achieve a goal.”

What are the three decision- making methods that are commonly used in the Coast Guard?

Leader made


Leader made with input
Team-made

The main elements of trust include a belief in what?

Person’s character and competence.

Four stages of team development

Forming


Storming


Norming


Performing

In order for teams to function effectively it is import that everyone understands what?

Their roles and responsibilities.

The most effective ways to identify a person’s needs is?

By observing their behavior

Five levels of human need

Self actualization
Esteem
Love and belong
Safety
Physiological

How many years of obligated service do Academy cadets have and how many degrees do they have available?

5 years, 8 majors

Between what ages do Academy cadets have to be?

17 and 22 years old

How many weeks of training is OCS? Between what ages are they allowed to be to enter?

17 weeks
21-26 years old

How long is Selective Reserve Direct Commission Program?
Between ages should they be?

Three weeks
22-37 years old.

At what rank can you apply for Chief Warrant officer?
You must perform above ___ percent on the SWE to be allowed to apply.

Petty officer first class. e-6
50%

What is Ready Coast guard?

A Coast Guard–wide campaign sponsored by the Headquarters Health, Safety, and Work-Life Directorate’s Office of Work-Life.

What three considerations for Ready Coast guard should all USCG and their families should take?

Get a kit
Make a plan
Be informed

CGPAAS allows Coast Guard Personnel to do the following:

Report Accounting Status


Update Contact/ Location Information


View Reference Information

What is ICS?

Incident Command System

The three main purposes of ICS

Ensure the safety of responders and others Achievement of tactical objectives


Efficient use of resources

What are the seven major divisions of DHS?

Transportation Security Administration


U.S. Customs and Board Protection


U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services


U.S. Immigration enforcement U.S. Secret Service


Federal Emergency Management Agency


U.S. Coast Guard

When did the Coast Guard transferred from the Department of Transportation (DOT) to the DHS?

March 1, 2003

The Homeland Security Act was signed into law

November 25, 2002

What is an O-3 in the marines?

Captain

e-4 in the air force? Army/marines?

Senior Airman
Corporal

e-6 in the air force? Marines/army?

Technical Sergeant.
Staff Sergeant

e-5 in the air force? Marines/army?

Staff sergeant
Sergeant

CAMMIE,
BE
MY
LITTLE
GENERAL

COLONEL o-6


Brigadier o-7


Major o-8
Lieutenant o-9
General o-10

EMI should not be conducted:

More than two hours a day
On their sabbath

Article 31

The right to remain silent

Article 15

Commanding officers have the authority to impose non-judicial punishment (NJP) at captain’s mast.

General Courts martial

5 members with a military judge

Special courts martial

3 members with military judge

Summary courts martial

One person, LCDR or above.

Probable Cause

Exists when there is a reasonable belief that the person, property, or evidence sought is located in the place or on the person to be searched.

In order to maintain confidence and trust, it is important that the Coast Guard share information with the public :

As quickly as possible.

Two important parts of the Coast Guard’s public affairs information release policy that affect personnel are:

“Maximum disclosure with minimum delay,” [PA Manual, Ch1.B.1.]


“If you do it, or are responsible for something, you can talk about it.” [PA Manual Ch 2.D.3.]

SAPP

SECURITY
ACCURACY
POLICY
PROPRIETY

FOIA

Freedom of Information Act

Coast Guard Public Affairs Manual,

COMDTINST M5728.2

How many leading self competences are there? What are they?

1. Accountability & Responsibility


2. Followership


3. Self-Awareness & Learning


4. Aligning Values


5. Health & Well-Being


6. Personal Conduct


7. Technical Proficiency

How many leading others competences are there? What are they?

1. Effective Communications


2. Influencing Others


3. Respect for Others & Diversity Management


4. Team Building


5. Taking Care of People


6. Mentoring

Three most common types of diversity

Race, gender, and physical characteristics

Three Levels of Diversity Management

Personal - Interpersonal Organizational -

Types of mentoring

Formal, informal, situational, supervisory

What is situational mentoring?

Right help at the right time

Informal mentoring can consist of

Career advice

Top secret information can cause ___ damage
Secret information?
Confidential?

Serious damage
Damage

Rating force master chief does?

Oversee development of Enlisted Performance Qualifications (EPQs)


Coach


Interrogate personnel on board

Coast Guard personnel who do NOT have authority under this standard are:

Non-petty officer enlisted members


Auxiliarists


Academy Cadets


Officer Candidates who are not prior-enlisted Coast Guard petty officers


Reservists not on orders