In most cases, the officer’s pride becomes more important than the mission. They want to avoid problems and penalties and keep everything in their division running smoothly. It is human nature to avoid consequences and do what is easiest at the time. In this case, the officer would have an excess of pride. It is important for officers to not have an extreme lack or excess amount of any virtues.
Police: Officer needs to be discipline as his work is important, Officers needs to know what actions to take for example If an officer has no discipline he’s more likely to take actions that will not benefit him or her and may also affect the others. Also if a crime would take place during officer’s duty,
The three skills are Leads, Develops, and Achieves. I try to use this method of leadership when leading others I influence and motivate them to pursue the goal. Also by leading from the form and doing setting the standard. Secondly, when developing my subordinates, I try to implement a positive environment so that all my soldiers can flourish and work as a team. A positive environment helps encourage soldiers to take the initiative and may cause them to want to work harder to gain more individual responsibility.
Under certain circumstances, such as those in a combat zone, not arriving for guard duty at the designated time could allow a breach of security that could ultimately end in the murder of your fellow soldiers at the hands of an insurgent. Punctuality in the military cannot be overstated. It is one of the most important things as it relates to the military, yet it is really only a part of what people would call a work
It challenges the reader to have a saint-like sense of forgiveness. At the beginning, the reader is advised to face challenging situations with fortitude and stillness. Hard times would call for a very high sense of awareness, and hence a strong ability to control one’s emotions, thoughts, and reactions. Whenever things do not go the one would like, an ordinary person would try to run away from their responsibility by passing the blame onto others. When confronted with stressful situations, one should not react rashly with anger or by pointing fingers, but handle unfair situations with dignity.
Relations with subordinates and chiefs can interfere with a quick and efficient decision making, which is of paramount importance, in the light of the large amounts of information a modern military leader is confronted to. Indeed, the challenges we will be focusing on are generated by human relations, namely interaction between the leader and his team. The examples developed will mainly be concentrated on daily life difficulties faced by young cadets. First and foremost, modern warfare is different from traditional warfare, in the sense that military leaders are confronted to collaboration with foreign personnel, with a different cultural background. Not only do they have to adapt to a certain culture and way of seeing things, but they also have to understand the differences and accept the fact that their orders may be misinterpreted.
To address this issue we must look into the basics of being a soldier. Being a soldier is not an easy task. One must not only have the passion but also choose high level of discipline as a way of life; only than the soldiers can be trained to function at their full potential where their mentality can be cultivated and transformed from being an emotional humans to mentally strong individuals without fear and compassionate at the same time. We must understand the fact that having the right mentality plays an important role in bringing out the best in every soldier. Segregating soldiers of different services will bring out the best in their field as they interact and work together with soldiers of the same mentality.
"Real leadership is being the person others will gladly and confidently follow," according to John C. Maxwell, leading author and speaker on leadership and self-improvement. In its simplest definition, leadership means having the ability or capacity to lead other people however upon closer observation, the meaning can be entirely subjective especially according to different industries or sectors where different values are highlighted accordingly. As such, leadership styles can vastly differ. This essay seeks to make a comparative analysis to conclude if there is a difference between military and non-military leadership by highlighting major distinctions on three variables namely in ethics, discipline and rigidness. Whilst ethics, discipline and rigidness are some of the components to effective leadership, these are some of the key features identified in a military standard.
In order to achieve a successful leadership, a leader should possess certain essential skills. People with high affiliation needs work well with others and may be motivated by the interaction (McClleland, 1975). On the other hand, a leader has a passion to his/her work leading in the society. To be able to motivate, a leader must inspire people to respond more openly in times of problems. Leadership is the one who inspires
Why is being on time in the military important? Being on time in the military is important because of several reasons. As a soldier I feel I am held to a higher standard. I am an example of my country and I want those around me to see the pride and honor I have for the career I have chosen. Not only am I an example of my country but I am an example to those who come after me and I need to set a high standard for them to keep our military superior to those who come against us.