It does not matter how long you have served in the role. Once you put on that Adjutant General shield, you are immediately depended on. This dependence spans outside of just the Soldiers that you see and associate with on a regular basis. Soldiers rely on us, to not only make sure their records are updated accurately and on time, spouses look to us to make sure that pay is submitted correctly and timely, children look forward to the events we help coordinate, parents look to us to make sure we are giving their Soldiers the best information about the benefits they enlisted for. One thing that has always been taught to me is that, we have three tasks that will make or break us: efficiency, effectiveness, and meeting the needs of Soldiers.
Leaders must apply the Army Values when leading soldiers because of the fact that it builds trust and a bond. The same goes for the soldiers, in order for them both to work as an effective team and to get the mission done efficiently they both must live by these values. Once these values are integrated in a soldier’s lifestyle, it becomes too easy to work as a unit. An example on how loyalty and respect fits in a day to day to situation would be, a soldier witnessing a misunderstanding with his or her team leader and a higher ranking NCO, the soldier knows that his or her team leader is in the right. The soldier shows loyalty by standing by their team leader and shows respect by approaching both their team leader and the higher ranking NCO with tact to explain the situation from their understanding and what they witnessed.
My luck finally turned around for the first time in a year, life started looking up. Kolton, who is the relationship I had previously lost, reached out to me. Kolton was always my voice of reason, and generally has the best outlook on life. He joined the Air Force and asked me to be his wife. He promised to always be there for me, even if I was not able to be there for myself.
Army defines leadership as “influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation, while operating to accomplish the mission and improve the organization.” As a professional Non-Commissioned officer, proudly serving in the United State Army and within the boundary that clearly depicts vivid picture of Army Leadership. I am SGT Mostafazadeh define and develop my first Leadership Philosophy and most importantly use it in the daily bases and maintain revision and update it as I develop and learn new thing throughout my Military Carrere. The ground foundation of my Leadership philosophy is based on three core Leader Competencies include Leads, Develops and Achieves and how each one of those factor impact my organization (Army), Army human resources (senior, peers and subordinates) and
I would like to start off by saying some thank yous to those who made this day possible. To my parents for the much needed love and support To my family and friends and to the people who helped with my eagle project And thank you all for attending my court of honor Over the past 13 years, scouting has taught me a lot of things that will stay with me the rest of my life. It has taught me, don’t use gasoline to start a fire. I’ve learned that being an eagle Scout isn’t just a title, but a way on how to live your life. Since 2008, when I joined Boy Scouts, I’ve made so many friends and memories that I will never forget.
During this phase, my primary focus will be recent graduates, returning seniors and returning juniors. I will conduct telephone interviews specifically with these individuals, schedule face to face appointments to discuss the features & benefits tailored to their personal needs and show them how the Guard will benefit them in accomplishing their goals. I will contact school officials to talk about changes in the LAARNG programs and any policy changes within the school for the upcoming year. I will schedule pre-ASVAB presentations, ASVAB testing and ASVAB interpretation presentations during this time as well. I will explain to my schools that scheduling the ASVAB early will give the students an opportunity to identify strengths and weaknesses in their testing skills sooner, while allowing them time to better prepare for ACT testing later that year.
With Courage you are expected to live up and beyond your potential to grow learn and test your limits. With Commitment your are expected to uphold Honor and Courage to the expectations of the Marine Corps, and to exhibit and share what we stand for against all odds. When you are honorable it's easy to
According to Army Techniques Publication 6-01.1 there are two types of knowledge, tacit and explicit knowledge (p. 1-3). The first is tacit knowledge, this is knowledge that we as individuals have gained through our life experiences and is completely unique to ourselves. The second is explicit knowledge and according to ATP 6-01.1 it is a “codified or formally document knowledge organized and transferred through” books and publications produced by the Army and other Department of Defense organizations (p. 1-3). We need to make this a daily priority to gain knowledge that will help advance the skills and abilities of our force, Sr. Warrant Officers also need to ensure that the knowledge that we gain and share is relevant to the missions of the United States
I chose Servant Leadership for my discussion topic as it was my chosen style of leadership during my military career and the one I extend into my civilian career. I feel it is important to be a servant to your followers (staff) as they are the ones who truly carry out the tasks which accomplish the goals of your organization. Without truly understanding where your staff is mentally, sharing work and hardship with them and allowing them to see you have their best interests at heart; you will not have engaged followers (Farmer, 2010). To be an effective leader in today’s workplace, it is important to accomplish your organization’s goals on time and on budget. To do these things require effective communication through a servant leader’s actions
Army, I will use my past experiences and skills to successfully work with any leader, peer, or subordinate regardless of gender, color, ethnicity, or religion. I will be success at working with anyone at West Point because I have been doing it my entire life. No matter how different a person is from myself, I envision myself simply operating with them for who they are as a person rather that what they look like or what beliefs they hold. Every person I have encountered has been different in his or her race, beliefs, ethnicity, gender, or religion. This has never stopped me, however, from working successfully with them.
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multiple-aptitude battery exam that evaluates developed skills and assists predict potential academic and occupational success in the military. The exam is invented to measure aptitudes in four domains: Verbal, Math, Science and Technical, and Spatial. This exam was developed and is supported by the Department of Defense. The Military use the scores from the ASVAB to classify careers that best match students’ abilities. Additionally, the exam is presented to high school and post-secondary students as part of the ASVAB Career Exploration Program.
I will never stop learning or becoming better at my job; I will never do it for accolades but, simply to be the best that I can be, to possibly be the best ever. I want to become a Warrant Officer for the professionalism and knowledge in the Cohort. The experience that I have gained and knowledge that I have amounted while being a 14E have given me the skills and attributes necessary to become an Air and Missile Defense (AMD) Tactician/Technician,
Being a teacher will help students become more successful in their education. That 's why I want to become a teacher so I can help students understand the concepts of learning different material. That 's why it takes time and effort to finish a task from where you start. Thanks to JSCC I can take campus courses to help me take the classes I need to help me further my education, transfer to a four year institution, graduate with a bachelor 's degree and start my new life with a new career. I am proud to be a
In this paper you will see which goals I have on both a personal and professional level. Most importantly you will see what I am doing to achieve these goals. As many of you know I currently serve in the United States Army. The Army made sure I understand that the only way to go far in the Military is to have goals. Within this I have made both long term and short term goals.