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.
Naval and Marine Corps officers are pillars of strength, for those they lead and our nation. I have nothing but respect for them and believe they will be stronger leaders because of situations and shared experiences, like these scenarios, encountered here at the Naval
As I work my way up through the ranks taking on new responsibilities, I will be prepared for the basic needs of an officer. With an officer job, I could respond to more serious and upgraded duties to work successfully and effectively as a team captain. I also feel it is my obligation as an American citizen to pay homage to our veterans and country. It is important to keep the legacy of America alive, and as an officer I can see myself on the forefront. After seeing the multitude of honor veterans receive, my donation to them would be to continue their labor of freedom in the Navy.
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.
Consequently this would also brief Shackleton almost always and if this was the case, then giving orders would be an even easier job. This is because he would always be caught up with what was happening on deck. But being the leader would still be a stressful job considering
This system is akin to the civilian corporate structure in many ways. Junior Non-Commissioned Officers are equivalent to entry-level employees, while Senior Non-Commissioned Officers are equivalent to mid-level managers that are in charge of day-to-day duties/tasks and potential small operations. Commissioned Officers are based more like corporate management and are involved at higher planning level for future operations, man management and equipment management. This breakdown of ranks will generally give some of the most experienced soldiers the opportunity to take on the decision making and complicated roles, that contribute to the overall success in day-to-day running, man management or on an operation mission. As the rank structure of soldiers in the Australian army can be so broad, this essay will only brush over some of the points within the roles of non-commissioned officers.
His pursuit of consistent excellence permeated throughout the military. Gen. Powell epitomized all leadership competencies. An area where I believe Gen. Powell could have improved is under the competency of Personal – developing self. With his focus primarily on the people and organization, he could have spent more time to assess himself to discover his own developmental needs. However, I must admit, even though self-development was an area identified to improve, he ultimately self-actualized by focusing on the mission and the
Also utilizing complacent time as a means to further train such as when they were at sea. From the lesson of training, I also realized the weight that officers hold when it comes to building trust, motivating, and pushing their soldiers. They are going to expect the utmost level of skill as well as professionalism that you must provide as an officer. In return, it is your right to expect the same level of excellence from your soldiers, being there to push them above the standard and holding them to being experts and professionals. This is a trait that no matter how skilled you or your soldiers may be, there will always be room for constant improvement and
Tilley added that an NCO also, “Effectively counsels and mentors subordinates and maintains an outstanding personal appearance. Disciplined leaders produce disciplined Soldiers.” (Headquarters Department of the Army, 2015) The hallmark of the NCO is leadership through example. NCOs are primarily responsible for maintaining and enforcing Army standards and personal standards of conduct in their subordinates. NCOs setting the example of professional conduct create a unit climate of discipline and dedication to the Army profession. With a climate of discipline, Soldiers are able to better focus on mission essential tasks and training resulting in adaptive, resilient, capable, competent, and versatile Soldiers.
My goal in life " In the military, I learned that ‘leadership’ means raising your hand and volunteering, for the tough, important assignments." -Tulsi Gabber That means that leadership is not only leading or guiding a group of people it is about sacrificing yourself in the hard times My goal is to be a successful officer in the military by being a good leader, having discipline, and by obtaining an advanced degree in military science. Firstly; Leadership is the activity of leading, influencing, and motivating group of people or an organization to achieve a goal or complete a mission .In military leader ship is the one of the most important attributes for officers so, in order to be a good leader in the army i have to be always confident
SSG Joshua Coryell is presently assigned as a Small Group Leader (SGL) at the Basic Leader Course (BLC) for the Fires Center of Excellence (FCOE), Non-Commissioned Officers Academy (NCOA). His military aptitude and motivation projects a leader of presence, self-confidence, and professionalism that sets the standard by which excellence is measured. He inspires the organization to uphold the Army Values while showing dignity and respect towards all Soldiers and DA civilians. SSG Coryell demonstrates the desired intellect of a senior noncommissioned officer to include: expertise, sound judgment, and fitness; interpersonal tact, mental agility, innovation, and fitness. He extends influence beyond the chain of command by working with organizations that support his Academies mission success.
Each packet contained what that airman had done to earn the promotion such as: volunteering, attending classes, performing well at work and showing leadership. Winning the promotion was very important to me because not only would I be able to reach my next rank quicker, but my pay would increase and, I would receive more respect from my peers and