First, external loyalty refers to the officer alone and is defined by how the officer applies the oath they swore to uphold during the course of their duties, even in catastrophic events. Every officer on a shift or in a unit can identify another officer by their loyalty after they have worked under pressure. Secondly, internal loyalty is usually a reflection of external loyalty as internal loyalty defines the level of loyalty a department has for its employees through actions and not words, not to exclude the support to officers by the department. A healthier internal level of loyalty in a department that shows a powerful amount of support towards its officers will result in a more external level of loyalty by the officers to the general orders and demands of the department and a greater level of respect. Lastly, if the aforementioned levels of loyalty are pure and strong, the level of interpersonal loyalty will be exhibited among every officer, because each officer can depend on the support of their fellow officers as well as their department, and no task is too great for them and they cannot conquer.
He describes what humans need to go through to find happiness. The thesis “We cannot expect anyone to help us live; we must discover how to do it by ourselves” (432). Csikszentmihalyi does a great job using examples throughout his work to back up his thesis. Like the situation when him and his students did the study at the factory. The majority of the workers working at the factor hated their job, except for Joe, he was an exception.
He brought professional and organized training and planning to the table. Even though Montgomery was a very mediocre man, he knew how to emphasize an effective basis for his leadership. He knew his strengths and weaknesses and used these limitations to succeed in the military field. People used to say that Bernard Montgomery was born for nothing other than the military life and he showed that this was almost one hundred percent true through his professional training and hard work toward the mastery of his job. Montgomery knew that if everyone he was training put his fundamentals forward they could do the same.
Corporate Express paid their employees more than Staples did, so after Staples bought Corporate Express, Mr. Nickel’s felt like his managers had it out for the older higher paid employees (him being one of them). In Nickel’s complaint, he stated how he was often the butt of jokes during staff meetings with such sayings as “old goat” and “old coot.” One of Bobby’s managers had requested for his resignation, and
Others circulate as traditions, archetypal stories of things to be emulated or shunned, and accepted truth about what is praiseworthy and what is culpable. All together, these form a moral world that most of the participants most of the time regard as legitimate, “natural”, and personally binding. The moral power of an army is so great that it can motivate men to get up out of a trench and step into enemy machine-gun fire. When a leader destroys the legitimacy of the army’s moral order by betraying “what’s right,” he inflicts manifold injuries on his
Conover writes, "It seemed to me that Smith succeeded because he viewed the inmates as human's beings and was able to maintain a sense of humor in the face of the stress of prison life--traits that are two sides of the same coin" (Conover 87). This is a great example that shows that not all correctional officers are always feeding into the feeling of stress. In the other hands, Conover mentioned, "Smith melded toughness with an attitude of respect for his inmate. In turn, he was respected back" (Conover 92). For an inmate gaining respect is very important and especially because it has to do having power.
This act of replacing all his staff, displays a strong, devoted nature in Gatsby, that is not consistent with the other upper classmen, it comes from his perseverance as a child. Gatsby had to work, to get the money, the house, all the clothes, and everything else he has today. His giving instincts towards other people, is his way of compensating for what he didn't have as a boy. This dedicated nature escalates at the end of the novel when Gatsby claims he was the one driving the car that killed Mrs. Wilson, as Jay is talking with Nick, Gatsby says “‘Yes,’ [Daisy was driving the car] he said after a moment ‘but of course I'll say I did it.’”
This is simply an example of true professionalism in that we need to be concerned with the greater good. That one person’s mistakes can be a valuable teaching tool for many while in a professional atmosphere. This is not something that many units or companies can say they foster. In fact, I have seen quite the opposite over my years in aviation. Many people are scared of the boss punishing them for making a mistake, and for good reason.
Unlike some leaders, I wanted to be seen and not heard. my methods have led me to a very successful assignment as a Platoon Sergeant. My leadership style encouraged my Soldiers to excel my achieving the highest physical fitness scores and the highest evaluation scores. Also while deployed, I thought that it was necessary to change the way in which we conducted certain drills. By taking this risk I ensured that every Soldier returned home safely.
Near the beginning of Yossarian’s chronology, he is still obedient of the law because it overrides any arguments that may arise. It is later in his life that he understands the logical fallacies of Catch-22, and understands that while it has logical surface, on its own it is completely irrational. (Krawczyk 9) Yossarian’s frustration with Catch-22 leads him to continuously consider the corruption of the bureaucracy. Corruption is when military authority begins to value their own ranking more than the lives of their subordinates. Yossarian’s hatred of his commanding officers accentuates the corruption of the military because he is able to see how they make use of Catch-22 to reach all of their goals.
I can concur on your essay regarding Coronel Reed’s Toxic Leadership article. With both of us being from 7th Group we have seen our fair share of Toxic Leadership; as well as great leadership throughout our time in group. In your paper you mention this toxic style of leadership creates a lack of trust among subordinates and I could not agree with you more. Once this problem is identified by the teammates on the ODA it becomes quite obvious that the person in position of authority is only making decisions to benefit himself or his career. Like you said, this is when the subordinates take notice and begin to realize that their leader has altered motives for his actions.
As history has shown us, this topic has been debated for many years. The pros and cons of welfare benefits also come into play as those benefits are many times right in line with the benefits received from working full time at minimum wage. As long as businesses need low paying workers and workers strive for a better life, lobbyists and politicians will continue to fight for both sides of this
People with good look have it easier because any company would hire them n matter what. Companies should pay attention and realize hiring someone with good looks can affect the environment surrounding them. I believe looks shouldn’t matter what matter is the person who is dedicated to their work. It not fair for someone who is unattractive because they are discriminated by their look but who knows maybe that unattractive person whom did not get hire can make a change to the company and increases the marketing. For example, I read an article stating that a company called Hurlock was almost to a bankrupt and many people decide to quit, so the company started hiring more people despite their race, height, weight, and etc.