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    Direct Leadership Versus Organizational Leadership The United States Army defines leadership as "the process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission and improve the organization" (Department of the Army, p. 1). While all levels of Army leadership are interconnected there are various levels of leadership recognized within the Army. The three tiers of leadership are direct, organizational, and strategic. In this paper, I will describe…

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    are required to take. The number of women in the military has increased steadily from 203,000 or 14.5% in 2011, increasing exponentially. It has been shown that in the United States Army, the female officers…

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    Army Profession Paper

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    innovative, resourceful and improvise new systems of support when standard systems fail (HRC, 2016)”. These words from the Adjutant General Corps Creed explains a small part of the requirement from a Human Resource (HR) Sergeant (SGT) in the United States Army. As an HR SGT it is important to understand the responsibilities and have the dedication and drive to carry out every mission to sustain the force in the Profession of Arms. According to Webster’s Dictionary (1989), a profession is “a…

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    how to march, run, cadence, and learn the overall basic army skills as a new Soldier joining the ranks. Once you acquire the army basic skills to learn just enough to get by, the Army sends you to advanced individual training to become a Human Resource Specialist. As a Human Resource Specialist, you start at the most junior rank acquiring and learning different skills. To reach your ultimate outcome of becoming a NCO in the United States Army you must master these skills. Once you have…

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    The United States Armed Forces has different codes of conduct, multiple creeds, values, and ethical codes that are critical to mission accomplishment. Researchers stated that army civilians have the potential and confidence to conduct future as well as existing mission with honesty and integrity (Code of Ethics, 2011). Also, the code of ethics provides guidance for making ethical decision in order to conduct a work in a professional environment. Noncommissioned Officers Ethics All…

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    Warrant Officer Qualities

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    the United States Army we serve a very unique purpose. When asked any Warrant Officer will quickly tell you they are “technical and tactical experts” in their particular field, be it aviation, transportation, maritime service or field specialization. ADRP 6-22 states that we serve our organizations by providing quality advice and solutions in equipment at the junior levels, moving to technical knowledge on higher echelon systems at the senior level. This does not mean, however, that the Army…

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    Accountability In The Us Army Accountability is an essential characteristic in all aspects of one's life. A responsible person can be relied upon by others to get a job done without blaming others for any problems he or she encounters and will therefore be the first choice for a promotion. People who are considered reliable, honest, and responsible will be trusted by the people around them to do what needs to be done. However, such a reputation can easily be sullied, so it is…

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    The Profession of Arms as a Human Resources Sergeant The United States Army is comprised of a multitude of individuals who serve as the “Backbone of the Army”. These Soldiers have gone through various types of training, gained unique individual skills and continuously strived to gain valuable knowledge in order to improve their important chosen skill or profession. One of these professions is the role of a Human Resources Sergeant. The Human Resources Sergeant plays a pivotal role with the…

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    Autonomy Research Paper

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    A profession is an occupation that requires prolonged training and qualifiable structured criteria in order to perfect the workforce. The outcome of a profession is unique; professions do not exercise repetitive work. A profession requires trust and autonomy from those they serve in order to remain strong. Professions are not motivated by external rewards. Instead, they are an intrinsic force and are viewed as a calling. Multiple factors go into a profession. Not only does a profession produce…

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    illustrate some of the ways I have exercised these virtues throughout my life and how they have not only transformed the way I lead, but the way I carry myself. As a prior Sergeant in The United States Army, there are certain values and principles that we exhibit. A well-known list of ethics known as the Army values is essential to the way we lead our subordinates and treat peers alike. The acronym LDRSHIP, which stands for Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless-service, Honor, Integrity, and…

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