My philosophy of leadership boils down to treating others as I would want to be treated. Being a positive influence for others and inspiring them to accomplish organizational and personal goals is the true definition of leadership. This approach will enable me to respond to the privilege of being a leader by building trust and honoring the Coast Guard’s core values of Honor, Respect, and Devotion to Duty. 2. There have been quite a few leadership influences over the last 21 years in the Coast Guard.
Seasoned employees and managers bring a lot to table such as guidance and wisdom. Just like in the Marine Corps, the senior Marines and Officers brought a lot to the table such as leadership, guidance and wisdom. This is something that will be instilled in me for a long time. With that said, having a productive crew will assist and achieving positive objectives. Another thing that I learned from experience in the military and my civilian job is always hold people to increased standards.
The UFPM will increase your Refiner Team Member Roll attributes by allowing you to assist the Commander, First Sergeant, and Squadron Super Intendent in analyzing existing Squadron fitness policies to seek out any flaws in the current program. As the UFPM, the Commander gives you full range to adjust the fitness program to meet the needs of you Squadron members. Without a doubt, you will be able to increase your detailed oriented nature and practical ability to use logic to solve problems thus, making you a better Refiner while working in a team
I am writing to apply for the Human Services Assistant position with Fairfax County DFS. With my previous experience in working with the public and managing multiple tasks at one time; having clear and concise oral and written communications skills; excellent time management, organizational and interpersonal skills. I am positive that I am the person you are seeking to fill this position. I have a strong background in customer service and administration. I have acquired several transferable skills that would be beneficial for the Human Services Assistant.
Not only did he listen, he was resolute in projecting the image he required of his subordinates. His level-headed character enabled him to solidify all parties concerned. Listening and level-headedness propelled Gen. Powell to becoming an effective leader. He is credited for inspiring all military members with his commitment and dedication to service and the American people. His pursuit of consistent excellence permeated throughout the military.
Part 3: Critical Reflection on Professional Growth Reflective Paper Throughout the first five Modules I have completed many learning styles analyses. I have now realized that one of the major steps to become a peak performer is self-assessment. The Social Change Self-Assessment and The Professional Practitioner Self-Assessment have helped me to evaluate myself critically (See Appendix F & G). According to professional practitioner self-assessment and social change self-assessment (Appendix F & G), it has been obvious that I have adequate skills to be an effective professional practitioner as I am excellent many areas. While completing these assessments, I thought of my characteristics and skills and used some evidence from my everyday interactions.
Many persons have successfully been able to learn and adapt to the demands of leadership roles. Years of experience doing a particular task, knowledge passed down, values and attitudes thought all shape an individual’s character and influence the decisions they make, and thereby determines whether or not they are good leaders. The military is one example of this ideology where the skills and techniques are thought and developed to create effective leaders. In his review of an earlier research conducted, concerning the ablity to employ skills and techniques taught Goldsmith (2009) asserts: Delphine and her colleagues found that members of the group that received the training showed a significant improvement in their ability to identify their feelings and the feelings of others, as well as to manage and control their emotions. What's more, these improvements were apparent not only right after the training but also six months
Office of Residential Life. My experiences have taught me how to build strong relationships with different groups. In the past, I have explored other options and have since built a clearer vision for my professional goals; as I want to reach my full capacity with an organization I believe in. My abilities are backed by my experiences and knowledge. I assure you that this will allow me to successfully help ensure a safe living environment, where residential students feel welcomed and comfortable with their living arrangements, as we work together to build a strong community and Stockton family.
The book, The Ugly American, is a great example of U.S. representatives exerting influence while working abroad. Special Operations Forces (SOF) also hold the same power of influence when deployed. This paper examines the three character vignettes of Coronel Hillandale, Father Finian, and Major Monet, and I compare them with my own personal experiences to show how the SOF imperatives apply in today’s environment. SOF imperatives are the values, morals and guidelines operators use for planning and executing operations. Within The Ugly American, many characters portray SOF imperatives, either positively and/or negatively.
Chief Madison is an exceptionally hard-working professional, who personifies the core values of our Navy. He expertly carries out the leadership of a Chief Petty Officer and is a constant source of encouragement and inspiration to those around him, continually improving the performance level of the command and Fleet in all areas. His exemplary deckplate leadership, technical expertise, professionalism, loyalty, moral character, strong sense of heritage, commitment to equality and diversity make him a perfect candidate for the 2016 MCPO Anna Der-Vartanian Award recipient. Some of his specific accomplishments include: Transformational Mentor and Teacher: Established an impressive mentorship program from the ground-up at a four star command for 155
Peer Group/Community Involvement: N/A 12. Maintenance Officer Comments: It is with great pleasure that I nominate Petty Officer Power for Sea Sailor of the Quarter for 2nd Quarter FY 2016. He has demonstrated extraordinary motivation, enthusiasm, and dedication to the mission’s success and is well beyond the level of a Petty Officer Second Class. He has set the standard in which all FRCMA Oceana Sailors should strive to emulate along with being the most qualified Sailor at FRCMA Oceana. Petty Officer Power has made excellence a habit and is an outstanding leader by all measures.