Develops NCOER Bullets

Creates a Positive Environment

o mentored new Soldiers until they established themselves in the work center; facilitated shop harmony and efficiency

o made on-the-spot corrections; maintained a workplace climate that fostered dignity and respect for all Soldiers and Civilians

o showed genuine concern for Soldiers' personal and professional development; fostered a professional and productive environment

o established a workplace climate that fostered dignity and respect for all Soldiers

o trained Soldiers on EO guidelines and reporting procedures; stressed the importance of acceptance and team building

o fostered an environment of unbiased treatment, cultural awareness and resiliency

o ensured newly assigned Soldiers were properly trained and understood the company mission; removed all obstacles for professional development

o demonstrated genuine concern for the personal and professional well being of his Soldiers; fostered a professional climate in the section

o taught Soldiers team building skills; resulted in a 93 percent graduation rate over three cycles, the highest in the company

o maintained a professional climate; provided the foundation for unhindered development and growth

Fosters Esprit de Corps

o welcomed new arrivals; integrated Soldiers from several units into a capable and productive team

o provided constructive criticism as well as praise; built trust with subordinates and earned enduring loyalty

o united a team of active duty, Reserve and National Guard soldiers into one cohesive organization

o maintained two-way communication with his team; ensured information was disseminated and Soldier needs were met

o stood up for younger Soldiers within the Brigade; demonstrated respect and value for individual differences and diversity

o enforced strict adherence to SHARP program policies within his squad; built foundation for unit camaraderie

o held all Soldiers equally accountable for their actions and standards; led a united team to unprecedented levels

o delivered frequent developmental counseling; strengthened weaknesses within the Squad

o guided his subordinates towards team accomplishment; increased personal and section resilience

o molded a new platoon into an effective fighting unit in less than 4 months; ready for combat deployment

Prepares Self

o sought solutions to potential problems before presenting to leaders; found answers, not excuses

o improved her marksmanship skills during IWQ; increased her score to 27 points

o assumed responsibility for new, unfamiliar tasks, learned them and then taught others; increased METL coverage by 40%

o worked for months in advance on his admin and training records; promotion packet was complete and ready for the next board

o completed Command Post of the Future (CPOF) operator course and Unit Prevention Leader (UPL) course, filling critical vacancies in the 209th

o expanded his knowledge base through professional reading; completed 28 books from various Service Professional Reading Lists

o pursued professional and personal development; diligently working on a BS while maintaining a GPA of 3.83

Develops Others

o trusted junior Soldiers with critical segment of mission; turned bystanders into invested Leaders

o encouraged Soldiers to attempt complex tasks; mistakes seen as steps toward success, not failures

o delegated effectively and empowered subordinates; produced most effective and capable Soldiers in the Bn

o challenged Soldiers with incrementally harder tasks; increased confidence and developed an effective team

o submitted six awards; recognized achievement, boosted morale and encouraged Soldiers' self-improvement and growth

o motivated subordinates to reach education goals; resulted in two Soldiers beginning bachelors programs

o coached two Soldiers and one NCO for meeting the promotion board; resulted in all earning promotable status

o encouraged Soldiers to attack new tasks; they successfully deployed four teams to JCETS USSOUTHCOM

o seized opportunities to teach, coach and mentor; improved the Team's productivity by 50% in less than 6 months

o motivated and prepared Soldiers for professional military schools; all of his squad completed WLC with top scores

o invested time in establishing relationships with Soldiers; established or followed up on career and personal goals; improved morale dramatically

o counseled and spot corrected soldiers on deficiencies and trends consistently; groomed team for success

o provided subordinates with positive feedback and appreciation; gave Soldiers the confidence needed to take on more responsibility

o inspired subordinates to gain experience; Soldiers performed beyond expectations and exceeded self-imposed limitations

o encouraged Soldiers to continue their education; three increased their GT scores above 110; now enrolled in 8 credit hours of college

o rehabilitated problem Soldiers; renewed motivation and workplace morale

o counseled team regularly to ensure growth opportunities were exploited; prepared subordinates for advancement

Stewards the Profession

o made effort to welcome new arrivals and integrate them into recruiting; key factor in team's recruiting productivity

o demonstrated care for subordinates; discussed suicide awareness, instructed them on how to ask tough questions to those considering harming themselves

o used 68W experience to enhance RSP First Aid classes and provided tough realistic medical training during drill weekends

o mentored his replacement on how to perform in his position, enabled her to achieve success in the position without incident

o revised METL phases into simple-to-complex order to improve task completion rate

o prepared for and participated in Soldier of the Month boards; recognized efforts and produced effective leaders

o coached new planner in completing tasks; identified routine obstacles and work-arounds; guaranteed operational success for entire team

o established Sergeant's Time Training for soldiers of all ranks; honed technical skills and developed and improved weak areas in the team

o mentored younger, inexperienced Soldiers on critical low density MOS tasks vital to Unit readiness; filled shortfalls and reached readiness goal

o shared his knowledge and insight; directly contributed to preparing soldiers for future deployments and contingency operations

o assisted in the development of the platoon mock board SOP; resulted in two NCOs earning the rank of SSG

o provided the knowledge necessary to make informed career decisions; accelerated the careers of Soldiers


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