Presentation on theme: "Leadership Chapter 1 Maj. General John F. Curry. Overview Followership Self-management Missions of CAP Chain of Command Basic Drill Wear of the Uniform."— Presentation transcript:
Overview Followership Self-management Missions of CAP Chain of Command Basic Drill Wear of the Uniform
C/AB Duties Responsibilities Learn Drill Get to know the members of your unit Keep alert Observe Keep an open mind for suggestions Element Member
Followership Reaching a specific goal while exercising respect for authority, a positive attitude, integrity and self-discipline.
Followership Respect for Authority You have to obey CAP regulations and the legitimate orders given to you by those appointed to positions of authority above you. Attitude Understanding Attitudes are contagious!
Followership Integrity Doing what’s right when nobody is around “a moral compass” Honor Fine sense of ethics, justice, and truth Trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, and selflessness
Listening Do’s Keep an open mind Listen to understand Listen to what not how Take notes with care Make (and hold) eye contact Keep a positive attitude Listen to new ideas Don’ts Allow personal ideas/beliefs to interfere Take too many notes Try to argue or contradict
Self-management Manage your resources, time, energy, family life, sleep, nutrition etc. Examples: Uniform Being on time Eating enough/healthily Enough sleep
Reading Skills Identification Author’s ideas and purpose “What am I reading?” Interpretation Author’s meaning “What does this mean?” Evaluation “What is the importance?”
CAP Missions Aerospace Education Internal – within CAP for Seniors and Cadets External – non-CAP individuals Cadet Programs Designed to train young men and women to become Air Force officers Emergency Services SAR Homeland Security Disaster Relief
Chain of Command The succession of commanding officers; order of authority Senior Grade Insignia
Customs and Courtesies Courtesy Courtesy is politeness, civility, respect and personal recognition of the rights of others. Improves teamwork and esprit de corps Voluntary Not a mark of inferiority or servilityCustom Customs are those things which should be done Mandatory
Reporting Indoors Two Paces away Salute “Sir/Ma’am, Cadet _____ reporting as ordered.” Take one step back, then salute again. Take most direct route Outdoors Two Paces away Salute “Sir/Ma’am, Cadet _____ reporting as ordered/requesting permission to fall into flight/take charge of flight.” Take one step back, then salute again. Take most direct route
Image Public Display of Affection (PDA) Grooming Standards Uniform Minimum Requirements Insignia, Name Tags, Ribbons CAPM 39-1
Drill and Ceremonies Purpose Drill is the orderly movement of a flight from place to place. Value of Drill and Ceremonies Teamwork To learn to follow Terms AFMAN 36-2203
Questions? Created by C/MSgt Nicholas Walton Revised by Maj Mark Wong