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Leadership


» Troop Leading Procedures
 

» Take Charge of a Company,Staff Section,or Similar Sized Organization
Lead the company with a clear understanding of your duties ,your superior’s expectations, an assessment of the current strengths and weaknesses of your unit and an initial training plan.

» The Active Versus Passive Voice Leadership Presentation
 

» Take Charge of a Platoon
Lead the platoon with a clear understanding of your duties ,your superior’s expectations, an assessment of the current strengths and weaknesses of your unit and an initial training plan.

» Communication
 

» Army Values
 

» Army Values Powerpoint Presentation
 

» Develop a cohesive size organization
To provide information on how to develop a platoon-size organazation by establishing and executing a plan

» Leadership Presentation
 

» Communicate effectively as a leader
It is important as an military leader to keep your Soldier informed

» Communicate on the spot praises and corrections
 

» Army Leadership Be Know Do
 

» Military Problem Solving Process
To define the 7 steps of the Military Problem Solving Process. To describe some of the Road Blocks to problem solving

» Develops subordinate leaders in a platoon
To provide information on the importance of ensuring that your subordinates are properly trained. This will play a vital role in your units mission accomplishment

» Developing Subordinates
 

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