He utilized all of his available sources of power. Lee was able to influence his men using several influence tactics in order for them to follow him into battle and was able to intrinsically motivate his men. Lastly, Lee had great moral potency when dealing with his decisions. All of these combined factors are the cause behind the success of Lee’s leadership and the reason why General Robert E. Lee is considered one of the greatest leaders of all
He was years ahead of his time and many of his leadership lessons are still revered and taught today all over the world. Vince Lombardi was a visionary and ethical leader. He was a forward thinking leader and he did things the right way without compromising his integrity. In this paper we will review how Vince Lombardi displayed the characteristics of a visionary leader by using openness and individualized consideration to create a winning franchise with the Green Bay Packers. We will then review how he was an ethical leader by using the concept of free thinking and not falling in to the ethical trap of drive for success.
Let me start of this morning by saying congratulations on a great achievement. I know all of you have put in a tremendous amount of hard work and dedication into understanding your role as a Chaplain Assistant. A role that is demanding at times and requires highly qualified Soldiers to perform it. It is fitting that you all are “TITANS”. If some of you are unaware, according to Webster’s dictionary a titan is: one that is gigantic in size or power: one that stands out for greatness of achievement.
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.
Another thing that I learned from experience in the military and my civilian job is always hold people to increased standards. High standards I learned in both profession is important because you are a role model to someone at all times. Just like in the Marine Corps, I act as a professional in my profession at all times from the time I come in until I leave each day. According to Pelled (2007), “The thought of a missing goodness is a relatively comforting one that can give rise to mental development by learning from experience” (p. 1510). To be honest, I would not have made any different decisions with the knowledge I now
His opportunities were earned through motivation and everything around him was a part of his success. He was never alone and his journey through life taught him to not only be a leader for himself but to others, too. Wes Moore is an outlier, but that doesn’t mean success can’t be achieved by a person who isn’t one.
He is always there for me no matter what. He is by far the funniest man I know. He is very dependable and he will do anything he can to help someone out. My dad and Beowulf are two completely different people, but they do have a lot of things in common. Everyone who knew Beowulf considered him the most reliable man, and that
As a result of Beowulf keeping his intentions in mind, scholars consider him as a strong role model. Scholars depict him as “the very model of the warrior hero” (Loughman). Due to his leadership skills and his confidence, Beowulf’s men easily follow him into the battle . (Loughman). Therefore, he knows that they will achieve the goal they need to.
He was a brave fighter that stood for what he believed in. He did not desert his country, and held strong as his country experienced great victories and unfavorable hardships. The role he played in forming our country’s military alone was a substantial triumph in
Staff Sergeant Wood’s results-producing recruiting tactics combined with his exceptional people skills, unit support, and community involvement result in a balanced, whole Marine approach to his duties. A team player who always assisted his fellow Marines in making mission, Staff Sergeant Wood was unselfish throughout his recruiting tour and proved to be one of the best Prior Service Recruiters in the nation. His actions were absolutely critical in achieving the regional and national PSR mission. Staff Sergeant Wood’s initiative, perseverance, and total dedication to duty reflected credit upon him and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service. It is with the utmost enthusiasm that he is recommended for the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement
While serving as a YN3, she was ranked #1 at VFA 125 for her outstanding managerial expertise as the Alternate Agency Program Coordinator, TAD and Safety Clerk. She prepared and processed over 300 travel orders and provided government credit card support exceeding 500 personnel. Her attention to detail was instrumental for pilot qualifications were documented properly during 13 phases of instruction and qualification. As FLAG Yeoman at COMUSNAVCENT, she developed and led front office correspondence Standard Operating Procedures, processed over 1500 naval messages and 1250 flag correspondence documents flawlessly. Subsequently, she was ranked #3 E5s across the UIC.
SSG Coryell is a phenomenal facilitator that is mission focused within the Commander 's intent and resulted in his earning the Basic Army Instructor Badge. His performance while assigned to the NCO Academy has been stellar and recently he was recognized by the Fires Center of Excellence Headquarters Battery as NCO of the month, chosen over 850 NCOs, selected for his efforts and contributions towards the development of our junior enlisted Soldiers, in accordance with the Human Dimension White Paper written by Lieutenant General Robert B. Brown. He truly possesses the potential to accept the responsibility of a Warrant Officer and is the future of the Army. Upon speaking with SSG Coryell and examining his valiant SUAS history, I unwaveringly determined that his proven combat experience, along with his will to accomplish any task, would not only allow him to succeed but would set the standard for any Warrant Officer and Soldier to follow, while simultaneously enhancing the Unmanned Aerial Systems operational
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.