In response to the current vacancy announcement for Sergeant First Class, I respectfully request consideration for assignment as Assistant Station Commander, Hope Station. In my 17 years of dedicated service, I’ve become an accomplished Trooper and gained the experience that accurately represents my comprehension of supervisory principles. It is my goal to advance in rank, and further my career in a higher leadership role. I served in the capacity of a supervisor for the past six years at both traffic and general police stations within Troop B field Operations. As a Squad Supervisor, I’ve successfully provided a style of leadership to personnel through planning, cooperation, and maintaining the core values of the State Police. By doing so, I’ve …show more content…
This has given me a broad perspective and a sound understanding of future career goals and the ability to successfully lead. Through my leadership, I successfully managed and coordinated many details involving Troopers and outside agencies actively working together toward a common goal. This ability I posses to formulate relationships with members who have been under my command, have facilitated my success as a leader. Through both evaluations and performance commendations, I was consistently recognized for my leadership and productivity generated from squad members. These traits I possess, in addition to my knowledge, leadership qualities, and assignment history are essential to succeed as an Assistant Station Commander. This performance standard is an accurate reflection of my abilities to lead by providing exceptional supervision and achieving all Division benchmarks. This attainment is an integral part of mid-level management. I believe that with my experience, you will find my candidature exceptionally well suited to the assignment as Assistant Station Commander at Hope
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Returning to the 4th Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) to assume command as the brigade commander brings me much joy to be reunited with great Non-Commission Officers and Officers that I have previously served with. Unfortunately, this brigade is no longer the brigade I remember when I commanded a battalion within the 4th ABCT not so long ago. In the last 30 days, I have had the opportunity to observe the ABCT and review a multitude of historical documents to assess the state of the brigade. During my observation, I believe the critical leadership problem in the 4th ABCT’s is the lack of vision for the brigade. Therefore, this critical problem has led to other challenging issues within the brigade.
Ms. Coffman has exceeded requirements of this critical element. She successfully managed the work-load of the Operations Department at NMC Headquarters and successfully transitioned her department to USFF N411. She works well within her subordinates and everyone outside her department. Her department always completes all assigned tasks in a timely and professional manner. She consistently provides excellent training and guidance for her subordinates.
Warrant officers are the leaders of their field and experts in their trade. As such, they must be reliable, technically and tactically proficient, quick learners, and self-motivated, traits I already possess. I believe I have the necessary skills, experience, and leadership abilities to be a great asset to the Army as a Warrant Officer. I have more experience and training than most of my peers considering warrant officer as their next step. I have proven to be a dependable, capable, driven and a proactive non-commissioned officer throughout my career and have always sought out positions of higher responsibility.
Walker argues that the most successful team captains are those who are able to weather adversity and continue leading their teams through difficult times. This is a crucial trait for military leaders as well, given the often unpredictable and challenging
I relied heavily on his leadership and the SUCCESS of my command is greatly due to his doing. He has proven time and again that given the opportunity he will produce nothing short of exceptional results. I would go to great lengths to have him as one of my Ordnance Officers. Do not delay your selection of this future community leader.
Mr. Bowser is a very effective leader, his leadership has contributed to very high productivity in the logistics section. He consistently demonstrated the qualities needed to lead larger, more diverse teams of specialists. Mr. Bowser understands and demonstrates how to supervise the contract personnel assigned, and effectively meets leadership expectations. He responds quickly to new instructions and ensures that they are carried out to the specifications of leadership. He successfully takes on the role of Acting Division Chief when necessary, and displays a high degree of confidence in his leadership abilities.
I write in response to your ad seeking an experienced Personal Assistant for your personal and professional needs. My motivation and self-organization makes me the right candidate for this position and will prove to be an asset for your company. I think I would fit in with the corporate culture because I, too, strive to be the best at what I do and am also civic-minded and environmentally-conscious. As an administrative assistant, I am willing and able to expand my role to meet the diverse needs of a fast-paced company such as Kaizen Environmental Services.
SSgt Cannon, you are a good NCO and my favorite subordinate. It is my greatest joy as a supervisor to make the following recommendations to you in the areas of additional duties, special duty assignments, training and education. These recommendations are a result of our ongoing and professional feedback as well as your preferred team member roles, and cognitive preference behaviors. These recommendations do not represent a promise or guarantee. If at any time we determine that this is not the most effective way to develop you as an NCO, we can adjust this deliberate development plan accordingly.
An example is a commander clearly defining the process and timeline for conducting MDMP. The staff will know how much time and resources to allocate, ensuring mission success. (ADP 6-0, para 1-36 through 1-44, para 1-45 through 1-51) The 6-9 CAV executive officer provided her initial guidance in eight subsections within the WARNORD (LA). She addressed initial time allocations, and which problem-solving method to use.
So how I believe that I am perceived right now in my work center by all levels is that I come to work, I know how to do my job well and that I like to keep to myself most of the time, but with these changes I will be talking about below over the next three to five years will be more favorable to me as a leader. The Airmen that I supervise or mentor now are the ones who should benefit the most by the changes that I am trying to work on, being mindful of interpersonal communication along with cultural diversity and a good discipline model should be the key to being that supervisor that they both respect and want to talk with. Getting and giving feedback at the correct times will be a big help towards understanding the ripeness and readiness and using all three elements of adaptability is how I will get there. Thru the next three to five years my goal for my Airmen is to give them a supervisor they both trust and want to follow, I want to be giving them feedback on a regular basis and really I would like all of them to be instructors. I believe getting to know them better as the people they are will help me to both keep them out of trouble and better gauge for when they are ready to start that upgrade training.