Whatever the order that is given it should be executed with the best of your ability, because it helps strenthen the unit , where the work is spread out and everyone works together so the job gets done quickly. the first lesson of leadership to me is learning to follow orders, because if you do not learn how to follow orders you will never be trusted to give them. Following orders ensures
The military is all about good order and disipline. And this is just one of the many things that is set in place so as to check that good order and disipline is in place. No matter it you are the lowest ranking person or the President of the Unitied States. Everyone has to abide by this standard, no exceptions. The importance of accountability, is being on time and in the right place and the right uniform .
In this essay I will write about how it is important to fallow my orders and what the consequences of not fallowing my orders could be. Military discipline and effectiveness is built on the foundation of obedience to orders. Recruits are taught to obey, immediately and without question, orders from their superiors, right from day-one of boot camp. Military members who fail to obey the lawful orders of their superiors risk serious consequences. Article 90 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)makes it a crime for a military member to WILLFULLY disobey a superior
This style of leadership would be bet suited to new team members and also to existing team members that need close and continual management they require a great deal of supervision and guidance to enable us to meet SLA’s and KPI’s Although this style can be seen by some as a heavy handed, almost as a military approach to leadership, it is necessary. The individual is not placed under any pressure to get things right from the outset. They will hopefully understand that they require additional support and guidance, while they are learning a new role and are able to begin to develop a relationship with the other team members. Democratic (Participative)
It is also important to be on time to show that you respect your superior’s orders. Being late shows a lack of respect and responsibility. I will always do my best to have the up most respect for my superiors, whether I agree with their decision or not. It is my job as a United States Soldier to do as I’m asked. Being on time is one of the most important things I have to do on a daily basis to show respect for my authority.
There was also an additional day of training in which more emphasis was placed on the seriousness of the issue. This move from commanders gives us the impression that they want the best for all. Conclusion As the number show, the military has not solved this issue within the ranks. Reoccurring training can help but being vigilant and a good wingman will reinforce these standards. These numbers need to be reduced to keep quality of life at a high state and makes the workplace safe for all.
The orders issued in garrison are just as important as the ones being issued in a combat zone. It is important that the order be understood and done when told to, to avoid further problems. I realize that disrespect does not alway fall under the guise of orders, however as understood by the UCMJ, disrespect and disregarding an order are one in the same so the comparison and effectively, the issue fall under the same
Accountability, Importance of Following an Order, and Being on Time at Your Appointed Place of Duty By Cpl Brendan R. Murphy In this essay I Brendan Murphy will be discussing the topics of accountability, importance of following an order, and being on time at your appointed place of duty. I am going to describe each of these topics to explain the importance of each of these subjects. Each one of these subjects is very important in the military and civilian world. Now accountability is very important in the military work place. As you get higher through the ranks you should always know where your marines are at all times, because not knowing where your marines is the vital you’re accomplishing your mission.
380th HHD Providing Excellence Though Training We believe that training is crucial for the development of our soldiers. Training and development ensures that soldiers have the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to do their individual jobs and further the aims of the organization. Simply put, it is both unrealistic and unfair for subordinates to demand competencies of soldier without providing him or her with resources he or she needs to be competent at his or her MOS. 380th HHD supply training and development includes but is not limited to: * MOS classroom training, * Mentoring program * Competency assessments * On-the-job action learning (drill weekend training) * Coaching * Team building * Self-study
Even ironing their uniform or clothes is classed as discipline. On drill they are disciplined to march and listen to commands being shouted by higher ranking soldiers.Why do we need discipline?The need for discipline in the Public Services is very important. If the uniformed public services did not have discipline and rules about the way their employees should behave, then they would be free to do anything they wanted and be able to get away with it without consequences. If there was no discipline targets would not be met and jobs would not be done properly.What is the role of discipline? The rules and regulations are the foundation of the uniformed public services, and discipline ensures that these rules and regulations are followed.