Being on time is and always will be, an extremely vital aspect of military bearing and discipline. The slightest degree of hesitation or procrastination can possibly result in severely hindering mission capability and readiness, but also can without a doubt cost unnecessary loss of life even if you are only late by a few minutes. This is one of the big reasons why the military stresses being prompt with everything we do. It is why we have drills to disassemble our weapons and then put them back together. Being prompt does not mean to go unnecessarily fast as to cause the opposite of what is intended like breaking or losing something, or getting yourself or someone else hurt.
To lead a country and citizens to greatness is no easy feat, especially when failure carries great risk and and sometimes irreversible consequences. Governing a country requires much thought and strategy and is something a leader should constantly work at to improve in order to succeed. I strongly believe that careful planning and execution, as well as being moderate but firm are the ways one should adapt as opposed to allowing things to take its own course with hardly any control at all as per Lao Tzu’s suggestion to be a great leader. Despite controversy and much discussion on Machiavelli’s ideas, I find that he provides a practical guide to statecraft, albeit somewhat forceful and may come off as cruel to some people. A strong, firm, but not overpowering authority will successfully defend his country from external forces and at the same time keep internal affairs in harmony.
It is what officers are taking for granted . However, wrong assumptions might ruin all the process. The Army Problem Solving Process talks about the assumptions at the very first step. It is very dangerous to start the hole process with wrong assumptions. Therefore, it is good to have elements of thought circle where the assumptions equally important as other elements and always attracts attention of leaders.
REPORT CRUCIAL CONVERSATIONS The book “Crucial Conversations” written by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler is a book that teach us how to handle and be prepare when crucial conversations arrive. Usually, those take place in the most unexpected moment, and it can take us by surprise generating an uncomfortable atmosphere. They are crucial because the stakes are high it is important haw to react and recognize this crucial moments, so we have to be assertive, intelligent and try to control our space in the situation with positive results. Even if the results are not positive, it is essential because it can impact the quality of our lives. According to the book they define crucial conversations as “the discussion between two people” and generally it happens in three occasions.
It’s vital to understand that in all that we do, there’s a dependably a chance that we’ll come up short. Confronting that chance, and grasping it, it likewise gives us a fuller, all the more compensating life. However, they are ways to overcome fear as learned from the book. Many people experience fear of failure because they fear the unknown. Remove that fear by considering all of the potential outcomes of your decision.
If he follows Odysseus’ example the team in charge of the project might not feel that it has to be completed by the new date and if a problem arises they will not be as quick to solve it due to not knowing the new project deadline. But if the new deadline is made clear to them they will be aware of when it is expected of them to be done and they will be more apt to work quickly and efficiently to finish the project on time. If what is learned here is applied to our own lives we can avoid difficult situations and the problems that may arise unnecessarily. If telling someone has no negatives or does not apply to them then don’t tell them but if what you know affects them and there is no harm in telling them than do. In conclusion, the Odyssey is still very relevant and can be applied in many ways to our daily lives.
I understand everyone has obligations and may become very busy with work but it is important keep track of what you have already planned and try to plan around or call ahead and cancel if needed so your time is organized and managed in a appropriate manner. You can eliminate disorganizations by writing down appointments and all others in an agenda to keep track of your schedule. You may also want to be early in case something was to pop up you can adjust to the situation and reach out in a timely manner if you are going to be late. Being early means you’re ready
(Cottrell,S,(2013), She quotes that students always find too to proper themselves properly. It will take time but the quickly i must act upon taking steps by steps so changes can happen accordingly. I should always have the date of the deadline close so I know how to plan which days I want to spear time on work just whilst I have time, to start early and not last
The last thing that is very important for a leader to be, is resourceful. Being resourceful means that you have the ability to find quick and clever ways to overcome difficulties. This is very important because you need to know how to make a new plan when the first one goes wrong or something unexpected comes up. Not everything is going to go as expected or as you hoped. Shackleton shows this characteristic a lot.
During the process of finding jobs, there will always be a surprise and those sudden changes may make the Joad’s family miserable and depressed. However, the Joad’s family have to overcome this last challenge in order to reach their destination and
Don?t expect things to go too fast. Patience is a virtue after all, especially in legal situations, and the more impatient you are, or the more you try to speed things up, the more likely you will fail at getting your disability benefits claim approved the second time around. There are many steps in the appeals process when it comes to reversing the denial of a disability benefits claim, and each one can potentially take a long time. Here are the steps you need to prepare for and complete as smoothly and successfully as possible in order to get the best possible
The government has a very complex operating system that is full of bureaucracy and red tape that limits how fast changes can be implemented. This effects time sensitive information and adaptation to how the threat changes. As soon as a change is made to the system in order to adapt to an evolving threat, the threat has morphed, or modified itself in order to defeat the countermeasures in place. This would put the system one step behind the threat all the time. While there are ways to overcome the bureaucracy and red tape, there are short-term modifications that can be made as a stopgap in order to make the mission a success.
Overall, I think leaving your homeland and immigrating to another country to live permanently is no easy task and a very terrifying, dramatic experience. It is not an easy transition as some may think. Immigrants have to prepare to encounter many very difficult challenges during the transition process; and thus, they have to also prepare for emotional and physical changes to with adapting and accepting the new life so they can feel comfortable to live in a new country with new an environment and cultural differences. Through the transition process, there will subsequently be opportunities that will allow them to
In turn, it is important to address turnover through a systematic problem solving process. It is vitally important to use facts, not anecdotal evidence to identify root problems, because as demonstrated, each stage of the problem solving process builds on the previous stage. If, for example, the problem is incorrectly identified, the solutions will be suboptimal and could even create new problems. Further, the action plan will yield limited (if any) success. The key to correctly identifying the root cause of turnover is to determine what drives turnover and retention.