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Take responsibility for your actions – The U.S. Army (1983) also states that leaders need to take responsibility for the mistakes that they will inevitability make; they should never put the blame on someone else. By investigating the situation, they can fix what went wrong and put it behind them. 5. Keep your coworkers informed – It is critical for leaders to maintain an open path of communication with their peers, subordinates, and upper management. Having the ability to communicate with people in different level in the organization is a strong leadership trait.
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Understanding that team building requires an effort on everyone’s part but the chance to bridge any gaps tha... ... middle of paper ... ...d me with our staff and Soldiers we have been given the opportunity to lead. The time and effort spent will be well worth it. Possessing a shared understanding of the operational environment will aid in our planning process when conducting operations throughout our theater of operation. In every operation we execute we know that we will accept prudent risks, identification and mitigation of those risks will determine our ability to accomplish our mission. Incorporating the principles of mission command by building cohesive teams through mutual trust, fostering an environment of shared understanding, and accepting prudent risk will make me an effective adviser to the commander, aid the staff during the operations process, and provide an example for Soldiers to emulate.
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They recognize individual success and celebrate team accomplishments. Colin Powell learned during his leadership development, Army training through Secretary of State, to employ the style that best suits the situation. He did not approach every situation in the same way. Transformational leaders restudy the situation and look for the best approach. Powell continues to inspire others to excel and they give everybody inspirational motivation, individual consideration, and idealized influence.