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    Chief Mangan Case Study

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    When Chief Mangan first became the Chief for Spokane, Washington, he did not have a plan in place that would spell out how the department would move to community policing. (2016). Chief Mangan noticed that the department was understaffed. Furthermore, he recognized that the current police officers were in a building that resembled something from a world war. One of the first things that Chief Mangan wanted to implement or boost was the morale of his department. By doing so know he began to replace and fix what was broken. Starting from the building, stemming into the actual gear. The mindset here, is that if you tell them that they are good police officers, then show them as well. This will motivate your officers, and it will assist in building a rapport, and trust with the officers. Chief Mangan’s next agenda was begin to build a rapport with the community. By doing so the Chief attended hundreds of meetings within his first year as the Chief. Listening to what the community had to say. After all this is where you can get receive all your information on hotspots for crime within your community. Chief Mangan began to look for natural leaders within the department and started to have meetings weekly. The mission here was to improve the department, and be able to give and receive constructive criticism in an environment without consequence. Eventually this meeting became to be known as The Strategic Planning Committee. “The Strategic Planning Committee also designed a patrol…

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    Mutual Trust In The Army

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    Building a Team The most effective commanders build cohesive teams through their leadership. Mutual trust, shared understanding, and accepting prudent risk serve as principles for mission command. Mutual trust is the foundation of any successful professional relationship that a commander shares with his staff and subordinates. Shared understanding of the operational environment serves as the basis for the commander to effectively accomplish the mission. I can facilitate this understanding,…

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    Unified land operation is the Army operating concept which is executed through decisive actions and guided by mission command. The Army’s framework for exercising mission command is operations process (plan, prepare, execute, and assess). Embedded by the philosophy and principles of mission command, the commander, supported by his staff, drives the operation process to execute conceptual planning or detailed planning necessary for him to understand, visualize, describe, direct, lead, and…

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    Mission Command

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    ADP 6-0 (2012) defines the art of command as “the method by which commanders exert their authority originating from their rank and position”. As a command sergeant major, I see this as one of my major responsibilities because I am the pulse keeper for the organization and ensuring that information is conveyed appropriately to the commander. I will also assist the commander in conveying his message to the rest of the formation, especially to the company commanders. Those young commanders are…

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    Diversity in any type of organization is beneficial for all individuals involved to include top management to the ground employees. Having diversity in a workplace encourages tolerance, acceptance and more rounded place for all employees to work for. It gives persons the ability to grow and to also go up the ladder in the company. Diversity in the military has always been a problem involving women and minorities, but in the last decade there has been a real focus on the lack of minorities in…

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    Milcom Essay

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    The concluding recommendations for Milcom is to start with the formation of a special committee tasks with establishing short and long term plans to address leadership, culture, communication, collaboration and employee morale. This plan should include, but is not limit in the following: training leadership in the adaptation in utilizing both transactional and transformational modalities; a hybrid skill set or identifying those who are sensitive to the climate of the organization to help…

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    A Few Good Men Essay

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    might be achieved and how these results are important to the field. Lt. Sam Weinberg is appointed to be part of Kaffee’s council. Weinberg does everything for Kaffee. During the scene where they are briefed on the case Weinberg tells Kaffee information he does not know. He also takes notes for Kaffee. Weinberg even covers and makes excuses for why Kaffee is disrespectful and unorganized. Fromm believes Weinberg did all of this because Kaffee had rational authority. Everything Kaffee asked for…

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    Professor Ortiz, I am currently an E-6 staff sergeant, E-6 is the pay grade and staff sergeant is the Rank. I am going to be promoted to E-7 sergeant first class with in the next few months. Becoming an E-8 Master Sergeant is a goal I set early in my career. As an E-8, you can be in many different positions such as a first sergeant. There are many rewarding benefits, such as More Money, More Responsibility, and fewer people giving you orders. What I truly find rewarding is that as an E-8…

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    once said “some men just want to watch the world burn” in reference to Batman’s villain, the Joker. A similarly destructive attitude is festered in the antagonist; Iago of Shakespeare’s play Othello. Iago is motivated by an undeserved hate toward the protagonist, Othello, which leads to chaos and sparks a classic Shakespearean tragedy. Throughout the play, Iago allows jealous suspicion and anger to fuel a hate for the Othello. From Iago’s perspective, he “hate[s] the Moor. My cause is hearted.…

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    Staff Sergeant Richard M. Green has consistently performed in his duties as both Academics Student Management Chief and Marines Awaiting Training (MAT) Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge in an exemplary and highly professional manner. Staff Sergeant Green displays himself on a level of proficiency and enthusiasm in an independent duty environment, through distinguishing himself as an exceptionally resourceful manager by consistently tracking and maintaining records of 2,796 student’s academic…

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