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1 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY AD/SA 1-1: Rules of the Road for Leaders CAO: 11 Oct 13

2 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY 207 & a Wake Up 2 As of 15 Oct 2013

3 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY 207 & a Wake Up 3 As of 15 Oct 2013 To make a difference

4 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY BLUF 4 Band of Gold = Transition Imminent Parallels “Inside & Outside” Significant Use Time Wisely to Prepare Ourselves & Better the Corps

5 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Lineup 5 The Rules for Substance Abuse A Look in the Mirror Practical Tips

6 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY HOW WE NORMALLY “TEACH” IT 6

7 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Policy Review --SC State Law-- nThe legal age for drinking alcohol is 21 years old nDUI is defined as operating a vehicle (boat, auto, bicycle, or motorcycle) while under the influence of alcohol nSC Law states that a person with a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) level over.08% is considered legally intoxicated. Possible results for offenders? -- Fines, jail time, and loss of driver’s license -- Increase in insurance rates or eligibility for insurance dropped 7

8 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY The Citadel Alcohol Policy (1) No alcohol consumption or possession on Citadel property Barracks, campus, Hagood Stadium, College Park, Beach House-- REGARDLESS OF AGE Cadets 21 or older may drink off campus within the confines of the law, and are expected to behave with honor Cadets may receive dismissal from the college for the following offenses: Alcohol use or possession on-campus, second offense Alcohol use off-campus that discredits The Citadel DUI conviction 8

9 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY The Citadel Alcohol Policy (2) Cadets may receive demerits, tours, and a mandated alcohol abuse evaluation at the Counseling Center for the following offenses: -Alcohol use or possession by a minor off-campus -Open alcohol container off- or on-campus -Alcohol related disturbance Cadets may receive demerits, tours, a mandated alcohol abuse evaluation at the Counseling Center, and a company transfer for: -Alcohol use or possession by a minor on-campus -Three or more Alcohol I offenses during cadet career -- MANDATORY CONDUCT REVIEW BOARD 9 MAKE THE RIGHT CALL… AND HELP A CLASSMATE MAKE THE RIGHT CALL, TOO BT120

10 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Citadel Policy -- Other Drugs Zero tolerance –For possession, solicitation, distribution, sale, or use of hallucinogenic, narcotic, or other controlled substances or drug paraphernalia –Policy applies to all cadets ANY TIME OR ANY PLACE –Policy also applies to prescription drugs for which there is no prescription. You cannot share your prescriptions with anyone. Any of those offenses may result in expulsion 10

11 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY AND IT STILL HAPPENS… 11

12 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY SNAPSHOTS Do we like what we see in following snapshots? Is this the command climate* we want to leave as a legacy? 12 * Command climate is the perception among cadets about their unit, leaders, mission

13 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY 13 Reported Class I and Class II Alcohol Infractions 25% increase in MINOR violations 68% increase in ON-campus violations

14 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY 14 Reported Class I and Class II Alcohol Related Infractions Five-Year Trend Line Count as 4 Oct

15 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY By Class In Percentage* 15 * SY13-14 as of 4 Oct 2013) SY13-14 data as 4 Oct C numbers highest; 1C numbers lowest

16 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY There must be a better way… 16

17 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders (1) --People Do What You Do-- 17 In 1976, I was assigned to an Air Cavalry Troop in Germany. My unit was participating in Exercise REFORGER when we were given a mission one day to pick up about 50 Army Rangers at a designated pick-up zone. We took off that afternoon and attempted to make radio contact with the Rangers. For approximately 30 minutes, our seven UH-1H helicopters circled a short distance above the landing area. It was very damp that day, about 35 degrees Fahrenheit and drizzling rain with a light fog. We finally landed in a small field to conserve fuel and went to flight idle. After waiting about 10 minutes, we shut down our aircraft as our commander continued to try to make radio contact with the Rangers. Our commander had a policy that any time you shut down an aircraft, you should perform a post-flight inspection. We sat in our helicopter debating whether we should get out in the less-than-desirable weather to conduct the post-flight inspection. Figuring it would only be minutes until we cranked our engines and departed the field, nobody got out.

18 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY From my vantage point, to the right and the rear of the lead aircraft, I could see our commander talking on the radio as he referred to his map. After about 15 minutes, his door opened, and he climbed up on the top of his helicopter. He inspected the main rotor and related parts and generally looked over his aircraft. The commander then climbed down into the wet grass and continued to do an inspection, checking his aircraft completely. He never looked at the other aircraft, but slowly each crew emerged and began the same post-flight inspection on their respective helicopters. In about 20 minutes, we got the word to crank, and we took off. Soon the code “Send More Chicken” was heard on the radio, and we picked up a group of very tired Rangers and flew them to their destination. Our mission was completed that day, but over the years I often have thought about how important it is to do what you say you’re going to do, as demonstrated that day by our commander. Practical Tips for Leaders (2) --People Do What You Do-- 18

19 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders --Cadets Do What You Do-- 19 COMMUNICATE THE STANDARD CLEARLY BE THE EXAMPLE  Don’t drink in the barracks  Don’t glamorize excessive drinking  Commend the DDs & those who make the right call  Stop underage drinking when you see it

20 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY When mistakes happen… how we respond matters… 20

21 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders --Emotions & Baseball Playoffs-- 21 Amidst some Twitter taunting from fans, Price tweeted: Then, he took on the TBS post-game studio crew, which includes former major league pitcher Dirk Hayhurst and writer Tom Verducci: "Dirk Hayhurst … COULDN'T hack it … Tom Verducci wasn't even a water boy in high school … but they can still bash a player … SAVE IT NERDS" Maddon says the lesson learned is more important than making any changes to the way the Rays operate. "I don't want to take one isolated incident and try to turn it into something," Maddon said. "I think that's something we do nationally a little bit too often. I really hate to legislate behavior. I have a lot of faith in David. I think David did the right thing after he did the wrong thing. Sometimes, you've got to make a mistake in order to come out on the other side and be better. I believe in the future you're going to see better judgment.“ Said Price: "Twitter should be used for good. That wasn't the right way to use it. I know I've had my instances where I haven't. It really got the best of me the other night. It was an extremely poor decision." Tampa Bay Rays pitcher lashes out after playoff loss… R.E. Lee: “I cannot trust a man to control others who cannot control himself” It was a mistake, so how does he respond?

22 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders --Own Failure (Share Success)-- 22 Amidst some Twitter taunting from fans, Price tweeted: Then, he took on the TBS post-game studio crew, which includes former major league pitcher Dirk Hayhurst and writer Tom Verducci: "Dirk Hayhurst … COULDN'T hack it … Tom Verducci wasn't even a water boy in high school … but they can still bash a player … SAVE IT NERDS" Maddon says the lesson learned is more important than making any changes to the way the Rays operate. "I don't want to take one isolated incident and try to turn it into something," Maddon said. "I think that's something we do nationally a little bit too often. I really hate to legislate behavior. I have a lot of faith in David. I think David did the right thing after he did the wrong thing. Sometimes, you've got to make a mistake in order to come out on the other side and be better. I believe in the future you're going to see better judgment.“ Said Price: "Twitter should be used for good. That wasn't the right way to use it. I know I've had my instances where I haven't. It really got the best of me the other night. It was an extremely poor decision." "Twitter should be used for good. That wasn't the right way to use it. I know I've had my instances where I haven't. It really got the best of me the other night. It was an extremely poor decision.“– David Price Price “owned it”

23 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders --Own Failure (Share Success)-- 23 Amidst some Twitter taunting from fans, Price tweeted: Then, he took on the TBS post-game studio crew, which includes former major league pitcher Dirk Hayhurst and writer Tom Verducci: "Dirk Hayhurst … COULDN'T hack it … Tom Verducci wasn't even a water boy in high school … but they can still bash a player … SAVE IT NERDS" Maddon says the lesson learned is more important than making any changes to the way the Rays operate. "I don't want to take one isolated incident and try to turn it into something," Maddon said. "I think that's something we do nationally a little bit too often. I really hate to legislate behavior. I have a lot of faith in David. I think David did the right thing after he did the wrong thing. Sometimes, you've got to make a mistake in order to come out on the other side and be better. I believe in the future you're going to see better judgment.“ Said Price: "Twitter should be used for good. That wasn't the right way to use it. I know I've had my instances where I haven't. It really got the best of me the other night. It was an extremely poor decision." "Twitter should be used for good. That wasn't the right way to use it. I know I've had my instances where I haven't. It really got the best of me the other night. It was an extremely poor decision.“– David Price Price “owned it” But what about his boss, Manager Joe Maddon?

24 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders --Measured & Respectful in Public-- 24 [Tampa Bay Manager Joe] Maddon says the lesson learned is more important than making any changes to the way the Rays operate. "I don't want to take one isolated incident and try to turn it into something," Maddon said. "I think that's something we do nationally a little bit too often. I really hate to legislate behavior. I have a lot of faith in David. I think David did the right thing after he did the wrong thing. Sometimes, you've got to make a mistake in order to come out on the other side and be better. I believe in the future you're going to see better judgment.”

25 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders --Own Failure, Be Gracious Toward Others-- 25  When we screw up, own it “You just witnessed an extraordinary poor example of leadership – it will not happen again”  When others screw up, be gracious in public & be direct, constructive, and hopeful in private “This is completely recoverable if you re-commit to our standards – I’ll be on your wing”  Always look forward, not backwards “Use this event to better your judgment and that of your buds”

26 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY What happens when you don’t “own it”? 26

27 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders --Power Corrupts-- 27 Bob Filner 10-term U.S. Congressman 51 st Mayor of San Diego RESIGNED – 31 Aug 2013 – amidst accusations of sexual harassment “When a lynch-mob mentality exists, rumors become allegations, allegations become facts, and facts become evidence” “If given due process I would be vindicated” “Not one allegation has ever been independently verified or proven in court…I have never sexually harassed anyone.” “To all the women I offended, I had no intention to be offensive.”

28 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders --Build the Right Habits-- 28 “When a lynch-mob mentality exists, rumors become allegations, allegations become facts, and facts become evidence” “If given due process I would be vindicated” “Not one allegation has ever been independently verified or proven in court…I have never sexually harassed anyone.” “To all the women I offended, I had no intention to be offensive.” Never owned it Did not know groping & kissing might be offensive? This is the Result of Years of Bad Habits & No One Willing to Correct Mr Filner

29 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders --Build the Right Habits-- 29  Create the right habits for yourself Personal, family, professional  Affirm others who have positive, disciplined habits  Care enough to work with those who have bad habits – give corrective feedback

30 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Those who have studied the issue have found that negative feedback isn’t always bad and positive feedback isn’t always good. Too often, they say, we forget the purpose of feedback — it’s not to make people feel better, it’s to help them do better.” NY Times, 5 Apr 2013, by Alina Tugend Practical Tips for Leaders --The Art of Corrective Feedback-- Listen, Give It Straight, Then Give ‘Em Practical Tools

31 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY For Example  “Squint with your ears” to get context  With context understood, give it straight: -“You’re behavior is inconsistent with our standard” -“You’re not representing us well” -“I’m concerned about you, big time – you are not taking care of yourself” -“You know, you might be screwing up your future” 31 Tap into unit pride Demonstrate concern Appeal to selfish motivation

32 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders --Forming a Contract-- 32

33 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY 33 Practical Tips for Leaders --KISS Rule Set-- “Do not do or say anything you would not do or say in front of your mamma” --Keller Kissam, ‘88 The One-Rule Model…That’s Simple

34 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY 34 Practical Tips for Leaders --KISS Rule Set-- 1.Have Mutual Support 2.Trust Your Instincts 3.Avoid Alcohol (it impairs judgment) The Three Model…Still Pretty Simple

35 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY 35 Honor Duty respect RULE 1 Practical Tips for Leaders --KISS Rule Set-- Be a leader…all the time RULE 2 WINGMAN…CAVEMAN RULE 3 “Values are the sine qua non (indispensable element) of leadership” --Mr Stu Shea, Greater Issues Remarks, 10 Oct 2013

36 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Practical Tips for Leaders --The Toolkit- 36 MULTi-TOOL CRAFTSMAN KIT Example Owning Failure Respectful Feedback Form a Contract KISS Rule Set

37 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY BL (Bottom Line) As senior, your choices matter Today, impact = classmates, other classes, & Citadel reputation In 7 months, impact = peers, workplace, family, & your profession and Citadel reputation As a leader, you are responsible for guiding others through their choices 37 Band of Gold Means Transition Imminent Parallels “Inside & Outside” Significant Use Preparation Time Wisely

38 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY 38 Band of Gold ‘14 rings contain melted gold from 9 alumni rings: Frank Lacy, ’44; Alfredo Rubens, ’44; Thomas Dawson, ’54; Robert Fisher, ’54; Victor Haendle, ’54; William Howard, ’64; John Unterspan, ’64; Philip Minges, ’74; Aaron Wittman, ‘07 BE WORTHY

39 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY QUESTIONS 39 MAKE 207 DAYS & A WAKEUP COUNT…

40 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Back Up Slides 40

41 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Thinking Like a Leader LEADER PREFLIGHT CHECKLIST  Am I modeling good leadership every minute?  Am I consistent in behavior at work, at home, on social media?  Am I embracing the standards expected on our team?  Have I set expectations with the team?  Have I given the team tools & resources to succeed?  Does the team know I genuinely care?

42 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY "The character that takes command in moments of crucial choices has already been determined by a thousand other choices made earlier in seemingly unimportant moments. It has been determined by all the 'little' choices of the past--by all those times when the voice of conscience was at war with the voice of temptation, [which was] whispering the lie that 'it really doesn't matter.' It has been determined by all the day-to-day decisions made when life seemed easy and crises seemed far away…” – President Ronald Reagan On Character

43 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Point to Ponder --Russ Keller-- A leader is visible all of the time, living in a glass house. Keep in mind the audience is a big one and ever present. –PRACTICAL ADVICE: Don’t look at the glass house as something negative; the glass house effect is actually a huge advantage that gives us the opportunity to reinforce the good stuff all the time 43 Never Underestimate Your Effect on Others

44 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Poor Judgment & Leadership are Mutually Exclusive

45 Honor – Duty – Respect FOR TRAINING USE ONLY Never drink and drive, even “just a few.” Taxi Designated Driver Saferide Program Just Walk or Wait Preventing a DUI/DWI record: 45


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