My mentor is the tutor Paula and my manager is Sam Nolan. 1.3 Describe ways to ensure that personal attitudes or beliefs do not obstruct the quality of work. I feel being aware of how your beliefs and personal attitudes can obstruct your quality of work is a good first step, identifying and understanding your own views. By having an awareness of this you can notice when you may not come across as friendly with someone who has different views and by noticing you can adapt your behaviour. For example, I have a particularly strong anti-war ethic and some clients have been in the army and are very proud of that.
The second lesson was that a leader needs to be seen as someone who is thriving under a difficult circumstance. This will inspire Soldiers to do their best because they will push themselves if they see you doing the same. As I said, easy lessons, but they need reinforcement. 3. Platoon Leader: A Memoir of Command in Combat by James R. McDonough Corey James: There are other books out there that pertain to our current operational environment, but not many that cover leadership like Platoon Leader.
Sometimes this style is also described as autocratic. It is a common leadership style and is used when a leader needs to keep as much power as possible and keep control over the decision making. Subordinates are expected to obey orders without arguing back or in need of an explanation to do what they have been ordered to do. In the public services this leadership maybe used when you have all the information to solve the problem or you are working to a deadline. This is not an effective way to get the best result from a team, but it has some advantages in situations where there is pressure to get the task done, like in the armed forces.
You start by just being a squad member, but if you really show motivation, you will gain experience and leadership and even a higher rank. Character is a bit harder, its not learned, but gained through the years. Slowly you will be more confident, skilled, and feel the responsibilities you have. Leadership is a process by which a person influences others to accomplish an objective and directs the organization in a way that makes it more cohesive, coherent and run like a fine tuned engine. The military of the U.S.A. need more people who are good leaders so the military can act as one big unit and be very efficient at what they do.
In this article by Mrs. Deluca she mentioned that combat soldiers are trained to “toughing it out”, whatever the problem is. They are trained not to show any signs of “weakness” because in some cases it is frowned upon. Combat war veterans at times will tend to judge themselves as being weak because the condition makes them feel weak. Mrs. Deluca also explains that to tough it out is a skill that is necessary when it comes to a combat situation. The reason is because soldiers see it as skills that work and that have made it possible for them to come home alive from war.
D1 Authoritarian: Some ways this style of leadership is effective, but sometimes it can have the opposite effect. Because this style of leadership is very to the point and it has positive factors such as the team members have no choice but to do as they as told and get on with their job, and this style of leadership will make sure they are always on task so in that way this style is effective because it gets the job done. However it could have the opposite effect, and team members choosing not to do the task set because they do not like being ordered to do something and they expected to obey every time. For example the Army would use this style of leadership the most because they are very strict on behaviour and when a task has been set
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.
I know the degree per say is not a “magic formula”, but it does help when going for work to show the employer that you are a little more serious about the position and that you have that advantage over entry level . You can be more confident going in for that position and having the knowledge to understand what you are doing. I believe that I possess qualities that are unique to me such
For this reason, they are not likely to be found in fields which require a lot of conceptual analysis or theory. They value practical application. Traditional methods of higher education, which require a lot of theorizing and abstraction, are likely to be a chore for the ISFJ. The ISFJ learns a task best by being shown its practical application. Once the task is learned, and its practical importance is understood, the ISFJ will faithfully and tirelessly carry through the task to completion.
You have control and the ability to push yourself and stay motivated. Staying on track and staying focused. Being able to live self- disciplined all the time is impractical, but we need to always be disciplined when it comes to our job as a paramedic. Respect returned is respect given. When we say or do things without thinking that shows lack of self-discipline but also immaturity.