[ACS] Patriot Battalion JLAB Leadership
1st Principle of Leadership
Know yourself and seek self-improvement.
2nd Principle of Leadership
Be technically and tactically efficient.
3rd Principle of Leadership
Know your sub-ordinates and look out for their welfare.
4th Principle of Leadership
Keep your subordinates informed.
5th Principle of Leadership
Set the example.
6th Principle of Leadership
Insure the task is understood, supervised, and accomplished.
7th Principle of Leadership
Train your subordinates as a team.
8th Principle of Leadership
Make sound and timely decisions.
9th principle of Leadership
Develop a sense of responsibility among your subordinates.
10th Principle of Leadership
Employ your command in accordance with its capabilities.
11th Principle of Leadership
Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions.
The Army Values
"LDRSHIP": Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Self-less Service, Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage.
To bear truth to faith and allegiance to the U.S. Constitution, your peers.
To fulfill your obligations.
To treat people as they should be treated.
To put the welfare of the nation before your own.
To live up to all values.
To do what is right, legally and morally.
To face fear, danger, and adversity.
1st Problem Solving Step
Identify the problem.
2nd Problem Solving Step
3rd Problem Solving Step
Develop courses of action.
4th Problem Solving Step
Analyze and compare courses of action.
5th problem Solving Step
Make a decision, select the best course of action.
6th Problem Solving Step
Make a plan.
7th Problem Solving Step
Implement the plan.
RIGHT, REALITY BASED, RESPONSIBLE
Three R's of good decision making.
Red Winning Color
Adventurer, excitement, action, fun.
Brown Winning Color
Builder, Leader, Responsible, Prepared.
Green Winning Color
Planner, Dreaming, Caring
Blue Winning Color
Relater, Friendly, Romantic
Left Brain Hemisphere
The verbal and analytic side of the brain.
Right Brain Hemisphere
Nonverbal, logical, and global side of the brain.
Part of the brain responsible for thinking and speaking.
Part of the Brain responsible for interaction and emotions.
AKA: Reptilian Brain, Reactive Complex, R-Complex
Part of the brain that control primitive instincts of survival, fear, threats, etc.
Used too define in context.
Used too Describe Qualities
Double Bubble Map
Used too Compare and Contrasting.
Used for Classifying
Used for Part-Whole
Used for sequencing
Used for cause and effect.
Used for seeing analogies.
General who is remembered in Leadership as a true leader serving as the Secretary of Defense, General of the Army, and later earned the Nobel Peace Prize.
General George C. Marshall.
Orientation, Training, Meaningful Service, Structural Reflection.
Forthrightness, fairness, kindliness, brilliance.