DCL Mid-Term key word study questions
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Allows one to ask the "How" questions.
Allows one to see multiple points of view.
Allows one to see problems in depths.
CSMs bring experience to the problem solving model.
Allows one to "think outside the box"
Looks for multiple possible answers.
What is a fallacy?
2 Categories: Over-simplification and distortion.
Inadequate Cause and Effect
"Are we doing the right things right?"
Is stated in the end state or objective.
Tracked in formal assessment plans.
"Are we doing things right?"
Measure task accomplishment and the "what" in the mission statement.
Support the Measures of Effectiveness.
Quantitative- Observation-based and objective.
Qualitative- Opinion-based and subjective.
What are the 9 Principles of Strategic Communication?
Unity of Effort
What should a leader do to prepare prior to a media event?
Develop a theme
possible questions and responses
*Rehearsals are the most important part
What is the CSM role in UCMJ?
CSMs should look and act the part.
Give advice based upon all possible outcomes and decisions.
What is the CoC role and responsibility as it pertains to a SHARP complaint?
Utilize Commanders Sexual Assault Victim Assistance Checklist
First is the safety of the Soldier making the complaint then notify CID.
If the victim requests a transfer the unit has 72 hours to comply.
Shared values, beliefs, and norms. During the operations process, Commanders use culture along with the variables of PMESII-PT and METT-TC. Culture will influence "how" you operate in an environment.
Clausewitz Trinity: Society-Government-Military
The military exists to defend the Constitution.
Public Appeal- Statement or Opinion
Alliance Building- alliance with civil interest group
Grandstanding- threats to resign
Politicking- voicing opinions or making endorsements
Shoulder-Tapping- pushing agenda by bringing issues to politicians
Explain the Leader Requirement Model
Be: Character, Presence
Do: Leads, Develops, Achieves
What are the three criteria for certification as an Army professional?
What does one need for an Organizational Vision?
What steps is the SGM highly involved in the Vision Process?
5)Refine goals based on guiding coalition input
6)Establish prioritized tasks to support goals
There are three major areas that need to be addressed for the successful implementation of an organizational vision:
o The desired behavior of unit members -If the behavior of the members is inconsistent with the vision then the organization will not achieve the vision.
o Implementing change -Without some change there is no development in an organization therefore an organizational vision must drive change throughout the organization.
o Members of the organization must be motivated to bring about the vision -The vision must inspire or motivate the members of the organization.