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.
If the enemy was smart enough they could intercept our radio channels and know exactly every move we are about to make. Hence why if one piece is missing they shut down everything until they find it. Same with weapons you don’t want to give the enemy extra ammunition to use against us. That’s why the military is so strict with accountability. Finally, accountability is important in everyday life no matter what job you have.
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)
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
In my opinion, I totally agree that there should be discipline within any of the uniformed public services as it ensures that each service is run efficiently. Members of the uniformed public services must have a very high level of self-discipline if they want to continue to have the public's trust in them, otherwise there wouldn't be any point to have these public services if the public don't even trust them as they wouldn't be relying on these services for help. This in my opinion could lead to the general public getting into more danger as there wouldn't be anyone to help with the situation. Discipline also helps the members of the uniformed public services to gain respect as well as having respect for others. Having discipline, especially in the uniformed public services furthermore helps to make the members follow the rules and regulations seriously and accordingly in order to maintain their good reputation and trust of the general
Because knowing a soliders where about could possibility save his/her soliders life. Thats why in doing so it makes sure that everybody is on the same page at the same time in order to do that you have to follow orders that were given to you. I may have made mistakes but the army also teaches us that we are a family. NCO's are here to inforce the standard not to babysit. Its their job to uphold and make sure the soliders under them are held to the standard.
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.
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.
1.2 Knowing that you must exercise your duty of care towards everyone you work with provides a clear guide to how you should behave, and how much you consider those you work with. Following a code of practices and thinking about your duty of care means that your practices will be safer because you will stop to think if you are working in the best interest of the person you are supporting and if you are keeping them from harm. 2.1 Exercising a duty of care is not about wrapping people in cotton wool or preventing them from taking any risks. Just participating in everyday life involves risks – for example, crossing the road is a risky business. There has to be a balance and you need to consider the risks.
If a Marine see’s you doing something that you would normally deem worthy of a ticket or a written warning then you’re setting a bad example and making yourself and other military police officers look like bags of ass. This is an unforgiving job, leading marines is not debatable, policing them should be one of your main priorities. You should be making sure that they are doing what they are supposed to be doing at all times. There should be no conflict with the rules and regulations, if there is then you might as well call yourself a