Posted on May 15, 2015
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1SG Cameron M. Wesson
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SGT(P) (Join to see) i can read this in two ways.

The first is you want someone to provide leadership. If this is correct, then ask for guidance and ask questions.

If what you want is leadership opportunities then I would recommend you:

1. Ask... as for responsibility
2. Volunteer... volunteer for challenging jobs... They can be short term jobs.
3. Be an informal leader... You don't have to be in charge to lead
4. Be a servant leader... Take care of juniors, peers, and seniors

Good luck and stay motivated
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MSgt Brian Welch
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It can't be said better.
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Ask. Research.

If you ask for guidance, you should get it. In-turn, if you ask the all mighty "google", you can have your research completed. Leaders will see you are going above and beyond by researching things prior to doing anything. By saying that, you need to ensure that you "move out" when directed to do something.
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SGT David T.
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A good NCO will put you in charge of a detail or a class. If that isn't happening, talk to your leaders and ask for more responsibility. You can also take charge on a detail when there is no supervision. Remember who takes charge is in charge.
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