We should also respect an NCO because they will be fighting alongside of us with their lives on the line as well, so they will do their best to ensure the safety of every solider and take the safest way to get the mission accomplished. Everyone makes mistakes. NCOs are liable to make some mistakes themselves too. So if an NCO messes up we should not ridicule or treat them any different than if they had not made the mistake. Just remember that they are still our leaders and we should still have
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.
Obedience to orders also shows respect to the individual that gave you the order. In my opinion there is no limit to the consequences that can happen when a Marine does not follow the instructions given to him/her. Failure to obey an order or regulation can result an infraction to article 92 in the UCMJ, and can be punished severely. Article 92 is to me one of the most important article because it lays down ground law. 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.
To be a good role model in the workplace to employees I manage I can firstly take on the attitude of leading by example; by doing this I will gain respect I require from my employees. Secondly, I need to be aware of my behavior and its effect on others. I also need to give off positive energy to the work environment and constantly encourage staff. To be a good role model means I have to treat everyone the same; there can be no prejudices or preferences for people. It is important for me to respect people and their opinions, always listen to people and make them feel valued and lastly always act professional.
Its their job to uphold and make sure the soliders under them are held to the standard. I understand why accountability is such a huge deal in the military. Not being where u should be can cuz others to work harder to pick up the the extra work that you should be doing. There could be something going on at the unit that all soliders need to attend and missing one person could cause others to suffer. Or like the incident that happen back in Nov. 2009 on ft. hood.
When the situation became worse, the supervisors should have been reprimanded or even fired for their lack of action and their involvement with the harassment. The safety of their employees should have been one of their greatest priorities, and they were actually lucky that no one was seriously injured. There are a number of actions that FedEx needs to take after this incident to prevent this from happening again. A harassment and discrimination seminar should be given to all new and existing employees in order to raise awareness of the seriousness of these issues. A strict written policy needs to be drafted by Board of Directors with the help of the HR department.
SUBJECT: 10th Year Anniversary of PREA –Not a Cause to Celebrate… Dear Friends, We are contacting you to assist us with outreach with the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). Ten years ago this week, President Bush signed the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) into law, legislation to end sexual violence behind bars. This decade anniversary is not cause to celebrate. Governors will have to certify compliance with the PREA by this year and many states are not in compliance with this law. During the last decade, the lack of urgency in implementing this law has resulted in nearly 1,000,000 youth being at risk of sexual victimization in adult jails and prisons.
He taught that sometimes leadership has to be personnel to be effective, that we should never give up on those who we have been given to train and lead, and that leader’s must supervisor their subordinates to show that they care for their well-being as well as that of the countries, it is our mission. Sergeant First Class Crutchfield peered into the black Iraq night sky and said to me, “The Army promotes Soldiers based on potential and merit that you posses not your deeds and accomplishments. It is this potential that leaders must recognize early in leadership. Through this we can teach our Soldiers to be disciplined and capable of making decisions in the most perilous of situations no matter the circumstances. While we
The rate of violent sexual crime has increased 64 percent since 2006 according to US Army report, which noted that “rape, sexual sodomy were the most frequent violent sex crimes committed in 2011” (Pentagon Report: Sexual Assault in the Military up Dramatically). According to the Department of Defense 2009 fiscal year, 3230 women and men reported sexual assault. They also admit that 80% of sexual assault survivors do not report the crime (The Invisible War). It is an extraordinary number if we try to do the math and find out how many people that have been victim of sexual assault in the military. In 1991 Congress reported that 200,000 women soldiers were victims of sexual assault so far in the US Army.
Everyone, to include Leaders and Soldiers, in the company have an obligation to each other as ‘Warrior Teammates’ to ensure our work environment is free of Sexual Harassment and immediate corrective action by reporting those within our ranks who have allegations against them. Elimination of Sexual Harassment in our formation takes vigilance and good leadership to educate, correct and report matters concerning Sexual Harassment. Only you can prevent Sexual Harassment in our ranks. Only you can detect and deter those who violate this