See also: Equal Opportunity NCOER Bullets

o did not meet SHARP standard due to Soldier having substantiated SHARP complaint against him and pending further investigation

o supported the SHARP and EO program by completing all required training and ensuring his Soldiers did the same

o ensured service members of all grades and positions understood local guidance regarding Command policy on SHARP

o effectively improved workplace climate; provided guidance, assistance, as well as effective counsel to junior leaders and soldiers

o fostered a climate of dignity, cultural awareness and respect by adhering to SHARP programs; fully ensured all personnel under command were treated equally

o provided training to over 500 Paratroopers as the Battalion's SHARP representative; minimized Battalion SHARP incidents

o ensured ARMY SHARP and EO programs were implemented at all levels of influence throughout the unit

o volunteered her off-duty time to serve as a Sexual Assault Advocate; immediately accompanied sexual assault victims at area hospitals as needed

o promotes a climate of dignity and respect and adherence to the requirements of the SHARP Program while fostering a positive EO/ EEO environment

o established a workplace and overall climate in compliance with the Army SHARP and EO programs that fosters dignity and respect for all members of the group

o prioritized the Army's EO/SHARP program in order to create and foster an environment full of dignity and respect

o as the VA/SHARP ensured fair, respectful treatment of all assigned personnel

o conducted monthly SHARP assessments of all assigned members and three classes for FY15

o conducted orientation briefs to all new unit members on the policies and procedures of the SHARP program in accordance with BN policies and AR600-20

o encouraged a workplace climate that fostered dignity and respect for all Soldiers and Civilians making on the spot corrections and living the Warrior Ethos

o fostered an environment of unbiased treatment, cultural awareness and resiliency by supporting SHARP, Equal Opportunity and Resiliency Training programs

o stands behind principles; supported the Army SHARP and EO programs in both word and deed

o was committed to fostering a climate of dignity and respect by supporting the Army's SHARP Program through action and communication

o fostered a climate of dignity, and respect; demonstrated unquestionable adherence to SHARP

o supported the Army SHARP and Equal Opportunity programs; established a workplace and overall climate that fostered dignity and respect for all Soldiers in the platoon

o ensured that his rater included a SHARP bullet on his evaluation which meets the guidance given by MILPER message 13-306

o established a workplace and overall climate that fosters dignity and respect for all members of the group

o expressed the utmost concerns for Sexual Harassment and Assault Prevention; informed all female Soldiers of her availablility if ever in need of a designated driver

o supported the Army's SHARP program by fostering an environment free of harassment through training and by his own example

o ensured that his Soldiers were informed of SHARP issues and ensured that soldiers were getting online training completed and briefed during the weekend safety briefing

o supported the Army SHARP program and the equal Opportunity program in both word and deed

o fostered an environment of fair treatment, awareness and resiliency in the unit by fully supporting and participating in the Army SHARP, EO and MRT programs

o conducted climate assessments; engaged and surveyed 110 personnel, gained insight into unit morale and working relationships

o his effective training and unwavering principles were directly responsible for team climate improvement as measured by an exemplary annual assessment

o cultivated an atmosphere of understanding, harmony, and esprit de corps throughout 27th Infantry Regiment

o spearheaded effort to increase Brigade's SHARP Victim Advocate manning levels to 104% with demanding background

o advocated for an anti-discrimination work environment that paid big dividends in morale, loyalty, and productivity

o selected over three SSGs to serve as the Company SHARP Representative; trained 119 Soldiers on how to recongnize and reduce the threat of sexual harassment and assault

o initiated an EO and SHARP advertising campaign in support of OEF XII that created a full sense of awareness, thus reducing HR and Sexual Assault incidents to zero

o active and perceptive, kept chain of command apprised of sexual climate conditions and prevented obstacles to mission accomplishment

o as SHARP rep, he helped to improve the perception of equal opportunity throughout the Bn

o administered two surveys to personnel to assess morale; identified areas of concern and submitted improvement recommendations

o determined state of human relations climate in the deployed environment by making 5 organizational visits and provided real-time and useful feedback to the tactical Commander

o trained over 120 personnel on sexual harassment across JBLM during I Corp's Equal Opportunity Leaders course

o expressed the utmost concerns for Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention through the constant counseling and mentorship of his Soldiers; resulted in zero SIR or CCIR

o implemented a SHARP poster competition to inspire interest in topic of sexual harassment; conversations/awareness increased 500%

o enforced the strict adherence of the SHARP program within his squad and always maintained 100% trained for each quarter

o promoted a professional and safe work environment that adhered to Sexual Assault Prevention and Response guidelines by coordinating monthly training for all Platoons

o displayed concern for the SHARP program by initiating and engaging in discussions during unit training sessions

o nominated for the SGM Larry Strickland Educational Leadership Award (SELA)

o recognized the absence of SHARP in the JBLM "Blue Book"; recommended the implementation of SHARP for future publications

o served as the Equal Opportunity Advisor and SHARP representative with the lowest complaint rate in the Division

o managed a training program that enabled the brigade to achieve a 97.8% training status and support the Army's efforts to implement the SHARP initiative

o trained 12 members of the Security Force Assistance Advisor Team (SFAAT) on SHARP intervention prior to deployment to Afghanistan

o provided assistance and mentorship for nine EOL's and seven SHARP Specialists, achieving a diverse work climate throughout the brigade

Needs Improvement SHARP NCOER Bullets

11B4E1B/Brigade SARC

o failed to respond to a complaint of sexual harassment/sexual assault

o retaliated against a victim that filed a report of sexual harassment; does not support the SHARP program or possess any of the seven Army Values

o committed an act of sexual harassment/sexual assault; severely lacks moral judgement

o refused to serve as a BN SHARP SARC even though he/she was one of three qualified and credentialed personnel; caused the BN to fall out of tolerance for maintaining SHARP coverage

o attended the 80 hour SHARP course; wasted government resources by refusing to be appointed in any SHARP which caused the CO/BN to be out of tolerance for maintaining SHARP coverage

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