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805C-PAD-2145 (SL2) - Counsel a Soldier on the Contents of a Noncommissioned Officer Evaluation Report and NCOER Checklist

Standards: Conducted initial performance counseling within 30 days of the NCO’s assignment, conducted quarterly performance counseling thereafter, or as performance warranted. Maintained counseling record on DA Form 2166?8-1.

Conditions:
You are a section leader given soldiers, a
mission statement or function manual, job
descriptions, DA Form 2166-8,
Noncommissioned Officer Evaluation Report,
DA Form 2166-8-1, Noncommissioned Officer
Counseling Checklist, and AR 623-205.

Standards:
Conducted initial performance counseling
within 30 days of the NCO’s assignment,
conducted quarterly performance counseling
thereafter, or as performance warranted.
Maintained counseling record on DA Form
2166?8-1.

Performance
Steps

1.   Determine type of counseling (such as initial,
quarterly, or as required).

2.   Gather support material.

a.
Gather forms required.

b.
Determine duty
descriptions.

c.
Determine mission
statement.

d.
Obtain function manual.

e.
Determine areas of
special emphasis.

3.   Schedule counseling.

a.
Allot time for soldier to
prepare.

b.
Select site.

c.
Notify individual.

4.   Prepare for counseling.

a.
Review DA Form 2166-8-1
and related documents.

b.
Prepare counseling
outline.

5.   Conduct counseling.

a.
Provide individual
assessment of his or her
performance, if applicable.

b.
Solicit input from
individual.

c.
Provide the meaning of
each value/responsibility on DA Form
2166-8.

d.
Provide specific examples
of excellence.

e.
Determine future
counseling sessions.

f. 
Obtain rated NCO’s
initials.

Evaluation
Preparation:

Setup: To
evaluate this task, provide the soldier a DA
Form 2166-8, DA Form 2166-8-1, personal data
sheet, job description (duties clearly
stated), rating scheme, a scenario that
specifies special areas of emphasis, and AR
623-205. Have the soldier prepare the forms
for an initial counseling to include
personnel administrative data, listing of
duty description, and special area of
concern.

Brief
Soldier:
Tell the soldier he will be
evaluated on his ability to conduct
performance counseling on a noncommissioned
officer evaluation report (NCOER). Have the
soldier prepare the forms for an initial
counseling to include personnel
administrative data, listing of duty
description, and special area of concern.

Performance
Measures

GO

NO
GO

1.   Determined type of counseling.





2.   Gathered support material.





a.
Gathered forms required.

 


 


b.
Determined
duty description.

 


 


c.
Determined
mission statement.

 


 


d.
Obtained
function manual.

 


 


e.
Determined
areas of special emphasis.

 


 


3.   Scheduled counseling.





a.
Allotted time for soldier
to prepare.

 


 


b.
Selected
site.

 


 


c.
Notified
individual.

 


 


4.   Prepared for counseling.





a.
Reviewed DA Form 2166-8-1
and related documents.

 


 


b.
Prepared
counseling outline.

 


 


5.   Conducted counseling.





a.
Provided individual
assessment of his or her
performance.

 


 


b.
Solicited
input from individual.

 


 


c.
Provided
the meaning of each
value/responsibility on DA Form
2166-8.

 


 


d.
Provided
specific examples of excellence.

 


 


e.
Determined
future counseling sessions.

 


 


f. 
Obtained rated NCO’s
initials.

 


 


Evaluation
Guidance:
Score the soldier GO on
performance measures passed. Score the
soldier NO GO on any performance measure
failed. The soldier must score a GO on
performance measures 2 and 4 to receive a GO
on the task. If the soldier scores NO GO,
show him what was wrong.

References

 

Required

Related

 

AR
623-205

FM
22-100

 

DA
Form 2166-8-1

 


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