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    I am about to introduce you to my “Leader of Influence,” the man who most shaped my understanding of the role of the Non-Commissioned Officer. Over the years I have learned many lessons in leadership from different NCOs and civilians I have worked under, as well as various commanders. It is my hypothesis that the leader who will most affect one’s career is that first leader who spends the time to mentor the young Soldier. The leader who had the most influence over me was Staff Sergeant James M

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    Change may be the most challenging occurrence a Senior Non Commissioned Officer (SNCO) must face. While the most SNCOs expect some ambiguity during operations, dynamic change may present itself often and frequently during the most inopportune time. Additionally, seldom does a commander in-brief to a SNCO occurrences involving people who are all meeting his or her optimal expectations. These debatable realities reaffirm that a SNCO must be adaptive, cognizant, and somewhat emotionally reticent

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    Non-Commissioned Officers are deficient in vital areas of leadership due to a lack of training. This leads to inexperienced Soldiers becoming inexperienced leaders. The NCO corps needs to develop and enforce comprehensive interactive training that will challenge the next generation to achieve a functional level of communication skills before advancing to leadership positions. This will generate leaders who can write effectively, speak meritoriously and teach adaptively while training others to

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    because as Non Commissioned Officer if you out rank the subordinate the person who is receiving information, criticism, or a command should be at

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    Delegation

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    type of delegation often occurs, but is under a different title. In the military, this process of delegating is called "being given a direct order". Giving direct orders is how the transaction of delegating is passed down from commissioned officers to non-commissioned officers to junior enlisted members. Delegating authority is not an easy task, but is still a necessary part of any good business. It is another way for a manager and/or supervisor to build confidence in his/her subordinates. Delegating

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    What You Can Expect From Me as an NCO As a Non-commissioned Officer you can expect me to be a professional leader dedicated to taking care of soldiers, the mission, and the army way of life. You can expect me to use Army Regulations, Technical Manuals, and direct orders from my superiors as my guidance on what actions to take in each situation faced whether tactical or technical. I will not be afraid to make sound and timely decisions in the absence of my leadership’s orders. When left in charge

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    reach the top of the Army rank structure. Being promoted to the rank of Sergeant First Class was a major accomplishment. As a senior non-commissioned officer, I felt I had arrived and was perfectly content on retiring at this rank. That is until recently, when I realized the possibility existed that I could become a First Sergeant, the highest ranked non-commissioned officer in the company. Achieving the goal of becoming a First Sergeant will require a series of events to take place. In order to illustrate

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    roots of merit are inherent in both concepts. Even dealing with other branches of service, there are certain expectations to be upheld when dealing with an officer, a senior enlisted, and even with your peers. Officers are saluted by enlisted members, just as junior enlisted members stand at parade rest when addressing Non-Commissioned Officers (NCO). This level of respect would continue on into a civilian environment, although no saluting would be present in civilian attire. For example, a lower

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    state troops, artillery, artillery artificers and light dragoons. The Adjutant & Inspector General's Office, March 27, 1821 established "Dark blue is the National color. When a different one is not expressly prescribed, all uniform coats, whether for officers or enlis... ... middle of paper ... ...k high speed. This also gives of the perception that they really care about how they represent the army; and of course in the army perception is reality. I have learned when people do extra in front of the

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    leaderhsip philosophy

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    Leadership Philosophy all starts with the intent of the Leader and the audience they are attempting to reach. A true define a leader, you must first identify the traits it takes to be a leader. Leaders are individuals that are able to separate themselves from others by position, age, character, tenure, mentorship, education, leadership potential, and various other attributes. Leadership begins with a few things. The ability to follow is one the most important structures in Leadership. In order

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