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» Core Leader Competencies
This chart identifies the core leader competencies and their subsets.

» Character Development
Appendix E, FM 22-100

» Assuming a leadership position
Information from FM 7-22.7 on assuming a leadership position

» Army Leadership Requirements Model
A common basis for thinking and learning about leadership and associated doctrine from FM 6-22, Army Leadership

» Army Values
Army Values and the Leader

» Troop Leading Procedures
The decision making tool for direct leaders is called The Troop Leading Procedures.

» Guidelines to improve decision making

» Leadership and stress in combat
Leaders must understand this human dimension and anticipate Soldiers’ reactions to stress. Information from FM 6-22 and FM 6-22.5

» Army Leadership: Doctrine and the New FM 22 -100

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