Posted on Nov 4, 2016
SSG Shavonde Chase
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Posted in these groups: Books SchoolsLeadership abstract 007 Leadership
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CSM Michael J. Uhlig
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I've always focused on empowering junior leader for leadership roles and entrusting them to make mistakes. The amount of learning that happens from understanding what went right, and what went wrong - WITHOUT GETTING CRUSHED is a vital lesson in developing our leaders and creating a real bench for our future military. We have to see the true value of a leader with muddy boots, boots on the ground and not just the well versed, school house Soldier.
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Amen CSM! Amen!
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SSG Shavonde Chase
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Junior leadership is becoming very important now as the military is shrinking.
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SFC George Smith
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there were some Correspondences courses that could help... or was...
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SSG Shavonde Chase
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I actually enjoyed them. I also like giving my soldiers the website to the school so they can become familiar with what they will be learning.
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Primarily by knowing the tasks they will be doing and the standards against which they are graded. You conduct training based on those tasks and standards. If I train someone poorly and they are not successful it's on me, I have ingrained in them a flawed method of doing things. However, I feel if they do exceedingly well, it's because THEY were receptive to the training that was provided to them.
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SSG Shavonde Chase
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You are setting them up well for awards in NCOES.
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