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The Army is addressing this so that we can focus on generating top professionals in our line of work. There are hundreds of Military Occupational Specialties in the Army, not one is greater than the other. They all fit to a particular piece of the puzzle. The one common factor is being Professional in Arms; this needs to be the goal to keep the structure and esteem of the military. Human Resource Professionals are no exceptions, due to the high visibility from the locations we work in, it is imperative that we too train and become Professionals in Arms.
Once I obtained a leadership position, I would then be evaluated on how well I completed that role. I also had to hold that position for a certain amount of time, say six months, and perform that role well for the entire time. Who I am today is directly related to every badge I worked hard to earn. I take nothing for granted and know how to work hard in life. Scouting taught me to respect all aspects of life and gave me goals to reach.
Doctors and Lawyers are examples of professions that require extensive training. Basic training, AIT, and NCOES, are all examples of extensive training needed to be a professional Soldier. Most professions serve an individual client. The Army serves the entire country. Serving the country as a whole means they must trust us without ever seeing us perform our duties.
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 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
Currently this development is conducted through Professional Military Education (PME) and leadership courses. The basis for all instruction begins with the Army Values; Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage. These values are integrated into army training as early as day one of Basic Combat Training, and are carried out through all steps of Army training. Although the Army Values are the basis for character building, the challenge has been
A leader needs to adapt to situations and use techniques that are inclusive in order to avoid conflict and aids decision-making. Building relationships, considering others feelings and celebrating their successes with them can maintain strong leadership. By encouraging my team to participate in the decision making process I empower them, which inspires job satisfaction this reduces conflict, poor time keeping and absenteeism. I need to be able to help my staff team understand the need for change and I do this by being clear about my aims and objectives, the actions required and the part they need to play. Sometimes I need to take control especially where health and safety is concerned, these policies and procedures me adhered to at all times.
To avoid personal bias, a leader should not only rely on self-assessment. I refer to Belbin’s team role questionnaire I did in the LPDCM class, feedback from the team, and assessment result from a consultant when I worked as an HR Director, to identify my strengths and weakness. I am aware that I have high work standard, high motivation, enjoy building a partnership, driving execution and innovation to deliver my commitment. However, I should better delegate the task and not to worry too much about the outcomes/perfection, which could result in giving too much pressure to my team. Even though my CP team enjoys our group work, I may stretch them with some pressures for detail and
My plan is to work my way up the latter by being the best employ I can be in my court house. I will work hard to understand myself as a Court Officers and what role and purpose I assume at work. I will identify opportunities to extend myself by volunteering for new challenges placed before me. I will try to stand out to my supervisors by always playing to my abilities and strengths, being professional, knowledgeable and looking sharp in uniform. This will help the way I am perceived by my supervisors, the public and all Court house employees.
Penalties like triple back pay, strong civil penalties and preliminary reinstatement” (Quinnell). The Act will reform the old legislation laws and change how workers organize and structure collective bargaining agreements. Workers will have the opportunity to freely discuss workplace improvements, wage increases and equality. The Act will penalize employers up to $50,000 in fines if they illegally try to stop worker’s from organizing. Employers are responsible to explain employee rights or be fined
This shows how difficult it can be after graduation to get a job. The second Bizz Buzz discussed what the presidential candidates are doing with jobs. Some of the candidates talked about bringing the factories back to America and opening up more jobs. Bizz Buzz 3 was also an interesting topic, it showed you how companies might go about fixing problems with a company, whether it be with their workers or one of their products. You have to take a professional manor on the issue and describe how you are going to go about fixing whatever issue is present.
My flight finally had a day off coming up; something they had been looking forward to. A day before our break, the operations section told me they needed my flight members to participate in a particular volunteer opportunity. The reason they needed us, was because the people that made the volunteer commitment weeks before, backed out. Valuing the opinions and views of my flight members, I used intellectual stimulation to empower my flight sergeant to help me come up with a plan that would meet the intent of the operations section, while not impeding on, my flight’s upcoming break. Instead of negatively affecting my entire flight, I used my critical thinking skills of being a free thinker, and not conforming to what I should have done.
The sources of support for planning and reviewing own development could be from my manager, colleagues, meetings, mentors, or through observation. My manager whom am answerable to helps me with any concern I have about my job. Colleagues I work with to give guidance on related job role. Also observe experienced colleague by shadow training. Meetings – Attending meetings to identify areas of development, strength and weaknesses relating to job role.
It gives a person many leadership challenges. For example, being on a field trip and having to make sure that the people you lead are alright, and that you report back to your leader that your subordinates are okay. As a leader you must always seek self-improvement, set the example, make sound and timely decisions, and seek responsibility and take responsibility. Being a part of NJROTC benefits me because it gives me opportunities to go out and make a difference in my community. Prior to being highly involved in NJROTC I was what you would call an “unmotivated” person.