30 terms

JLAB Challenge Level II

2015 Edition. Atholton Raiders.
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Chain of Command
Succession of leaders through which authority and commands pass from leader to subordinate. Below Span of Control. Ex: Squads.
Span of Control
Number of immediate subordinates one commander or leader can effectively control, supervise, or direct. Below Unity of Command. Ex: Companies.
Unity of Command
Only one commander who is responsible for all that unit does or all it fails to do. Above Span of Control. Ex: Battalion Leader.
Traits Approach
1800s-1940s. Believed that one was born with special characteristics to be a leader. Later proved wrong.
Behavior Approach
1940s - 1970s. People can be taught certain behaviors to become leaders.
Contingency
1960s - Present. Personal styles and situational characteristics combine to determine leadership.
S-1
Battalion Adjuntant. Does admin, JUMS, etc. Like Battalion intern.
S-2
Battalion Intelligence. Does security, inventory for expensive items, etc.
S-3
Battalion Operations and Training. Does weekly training schedules, maintains money & paperwork, organizes events, etc.
S-4
Battalion Logistics or Supply Officer.
S-5
Special Projects Officer. PR & marketing for the battalion.
S-6
Battalion Communications Officer. Tech guy for the battalion.
Battalion Ordnance Officer
Advices S-4, battalion commander, and instructor staff on conditions of all weapons.
Battalion Command Sergeant Major
Highest enlisted cadet, assistant to battalion commander. Supervises noncommisioned officers. Heads companies.
Battalion Commander
Leads the battalion in everything.
Hearing
Reception of sound
Listening
Attachment of meaning to sound
4 types of responding
Direct verbal response
Responses that seek clarification
Responses that Paraphrase
Nonverbal response
Informative Listening
Listening to understand the message. Much of your learning comes from this type of listening.
Relationship listening
Listening used to help a individual or to improve relationship between people
Appreciative Listening
Listening for enjoyment
Critical Listening
Listening to comprehend and then evaluate the message.
Discriminative Listening
Detect small and major differences in meaning by listening to pitch, volume, force, etc.
Halo Effect
Because you like the speaker, you listen more to the speaker and question less
Horns Effect
Because you do not like the speaker, you may not listen the way you should
Thought Speed
Most people talk at 120 words per minute. Our thinking speed is about 500 words a minute.
Enumerate
Specifies a list or outline form of reply.
Infer
To make a determination of a given problem based on proposition, statement, or judgment considered as true within another problem
Interpret
Expected to translate, solve, or comment on the subject and give your reaction to the problem
Justify
Prove or show your grounds for decisions