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  • Mutual Trust In The Army

    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, but only if the commander has faith and confidence in my abilities. Presenting the commander with courses of action that have prudent risk associated creates concern, but established credibility and demonstrated competence will allow my team and me to present solutions to attain mission accomplishment despite the inevitable risk. Incorporating the principles of mission command by building cohesive teams through mutual trust, fostering an environment of shared understanding, and accepting prudent risk makes me an effective adviser to the commander, aid the staff during the operations process, and provide an example for Soldiers to emulate. Build Cohesive Teams Through Mutual Trust Upon graduation, each of us will face the challenge of building a cohesive team through mutual trust. Trust is the groundwork for any successful team. Just as the commander will learn to trust me, I in return will have to trust my commander. As a Command Sergeant Major (CSM) or Staff Sergeant Major (SGM)…

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  • Unified Land Operation, Warfighting Functions And Operation System

    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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  • Importance Of Diversity In The Military

    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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  • Mission Command

    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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  • Professionalism In Organizations

    have been able to join but there is more to professionalism than just using the word. It is the way they act, talk and look in front of others, especially those outside of the service. Being professional will help and individual a great deal. Whether they remain in the military or get out professionalism is needed in all organizations. If they decide to remain in the military that professionalism will help them gain the trust and confidence from their leaders and allow them to go to more…

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  • Captain Rink Character Analysis

    Robert: So, in your experience, four tenths below the Commanders average, how detrimental is that to someone’s career? Captain Rink: None whatsoever. Robert: Would that be evidence by the fact that he actually received a promotion? Captain Rink: Yes, absolutely. Robert: Okay, and again, I know that you said you had no knowledge of the conversation that he alleged that you had with him, but did that conversation play at all into the statement in the FITREP or making my .4 below your…

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  • Examples Of Iago's Attitude In Othello

    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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  • Julius General Karaki Case Study

    Julius W. Karangi is one of the highly regarded Kenyan general officer cadre who in November 2003, transitioned from an operational role within the Kenyan Military into a senior leadership position, the rank of Major General. As a result of his ability to impress his seniors in the daily decision-making process, that enhanced Kenya Defense Force’s (KDF) efficacy and competence, he rose up in rank to Lieutenant General. In addition, his personal dimensions eventually saw him further get promoted…

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  • Women In The Military Essay

    There is a significant difference between the ranks of enlisted military members and those who are commissioned as officers. Besides titles and rank insignia, officers carry a heavy burden and responsibility with their job; leading everyone under them. This is not a duty that many can accept and perform successfully, as the training to become an officer proves. Months upon months of rigorous physical and mental training, followed by years of proving themselves to their men and women. Some…

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  • Unfair Awards System Essay

    officers and senior enlisted whom did not deserve them. At first when reading the citations of extreme heroism, working above and beyond duties, and rank. One would come to the conclusion that not only the person receiving the award deserves it, but the writer also has first-hand knowledge eye witness testimony of the accomplishments that were listed. However, this was not always the case, in fact it, was neither…

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