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1VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY FOUNDATIONS OF ARMY LEADERSHIP
2FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Part one / Chapter 2 / FM 6-22VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
3FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Leadership (Defenitions)ARMY FM 6-22: Is the process of influencing people by providing, purpose, direction, and motivation while operating to accomplish the mission and improving the organization. (same as your Introduction to Leadership -MSL I)LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT (NROTC): leadership is defined as influence relationship among leaders and followers who intend real changes that reflects their shared purposes.
4FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Leadership (Definitions)LEADERSHIP AND FORCE DEVELOPMENT(AFDD 1-1):Leadership is the art and science of motivating, influencing, and directing airmen to understand and accomplish the Air Force mission in joint warfare.MARINE CORPS (MCWP 6-11):The primary goal of the Marine Corps leadership is to instill in all Marines the fact we are warriors first. (FMFM 1-0, purpose and scope, pg93.
5FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Leadership (Defenitions) LEADERSHIP (THEORY,APPLICATION AND SKILL DEVELOPMENT) PS-334: The influencing process of leaders and followers to achieve organizational objectives through challenges. CONTEMPORARY MANAGEMENT (7TH EDITION):The process by which an individual exerts influence, motivates, and directs their activities to help achieve group or organizational goals.
6FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Army leaders are responsible for being personally and professionally competent, they are also charged with the responsibility of developing their subordinates.Army identifies three categories of core leader competencies: lead, develop, and achieve.VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
7FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Leadership and Command AuthorityWhen you are commanding, leading [ Soldiers] under conditions where physical exhaustion and privations must be ignored; where the lives of [Soldiers] may be sacrificed, then, the efficiency of your leadership will depend only to a minor degree on your tactical or technical ability. It will primarily be determined by your character, your reputation, not so much for courage-which will be accepted as a matter of course-but by the previous reputation you have established for fairness, for that high-minded patriotic purpose, that quality of unswerving determination to carry through any military task assigned to you.General of the Army George C. MarshallSpeaking to officer candidates (1941)VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
8FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Command is a specific and legal leadership responsibility unique to the military.Command is the authority that a commander in the military service lawfully exercises over subordinates by virtue of rank or assignment. Command includes the leadership, authority, responsibility, and accountability for effectively using available resources and planning the employment of, organizing, directing, coordinating, and controlling military forces to accomplish assigned missions. It includes responsibility for the unit readiness, health, welfare, morale, and disciplinary of assigned personnel. (FM 5-0.1)VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
9FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Command:Is about sacred trust. Nowhere else do superiors have to answer for how their subordinates live and act beyond duty hours. Society and the Army look to commanders to ensure that Soldiers and Army civilians receive the proper training and care, uphold expected values, and accomplish assigned missions.VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
10FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Leadership Requirements ModelThe model’s basic components center on what a leader is and what a leader does.--Attributes: What a leader Is.--Core Leader Competencies: What an Armyleader Does.VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
11FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Attributes: What an Army leader ____.- A leader of character- A leader with presence- A leader with intellectual capacityVIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
12FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Attributes:A leader of characterArmy ValuesEmpathyWarrior EthosVIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
13FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Attributes:A leader with presenceMilitary BearingPhysically FitComposed, confidentResilientVIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
14FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Attributes:- A leader with intellectual capacityMental agilitySounds judgmentInnovationInterpersonal tactDomain KnowledgeVIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
15FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Core Leaders Competencies: What an Army leader _______.LeadsDevelopsAchievesVIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
16FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Core leaders competencies:LeadsLead othersExtends influence beyond the chain of commandLeads by exampleCommunicatesVIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
17FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Core leaders competencies:DevelopsCreates a positive environmentsPrepares selfDevelops othersVIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
18FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Core leaders competencies:AchievesGets resultsVIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
19FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Excelling at the Core Leader Competencies:Leader competence develops from a balance combination of institutional schooling, self development, realistic training, and professional experience. Apply these in concert and tailoring them to the situation at hand.VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
20FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP Excelling at the Core Leader Competencies:Why competencies?It provides a clear and consistent way ofconveying expectations for Army leaders.VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
21FOUNDATION OF ARMY LEADERSHIP VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY
22QUESTIONS?VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE NCO ACADEMY