Ethical Leadership Decision-Making Process: Class Notes Essay example

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SSD 3 – Module 1 Notes Mod 1 - Apply Ethical Leadership Decision Making Process:  3 Perspectives: • Virtues – Desirable Qualities – Courage, justice, compassion • Principals – Authoritative – Army Values • Consequences – greatest good, greatest number of people  Ethical reasoning – informal process – integral  Army Problem Solving: 1. Form of decision making. 2. Is a systematic approach to define a problem, develop possible solutions to solve the problem, arriving at the best solution, implementing the best solution. 3. Solve near-term problems, form the basis for long-term success.  Army Seven Step Problem Solving Model: 1. ID the problem – WWWWW 2. Gather information – Facts, Assumptions, Interest 3. Develop…show more content…
Scheduled and id on annual training calendar b. Represents a snapshot of here and now c. Established beginning and conducting parameters d. Consideration of availability of unit personnel  Analyze the assessment cycle: 1. Survey/assess your command 2. ID key areas of concern 3. Agree to actions 4. Implement the plan 5. Reassess  There are 21 areas on the command climate survey.  Calculate the results of the survey: 1. Record the individual response 2. Record the number of responses 3. Add the numbers of responses 4. Divided the number  ID consideration of other (CO2) training:  8 Key areas 1. Ethical development 2. American military heritage 3. Quality individual leadership 4. Team building 5. Equal opportunity 6. Gender issues 7. Family concerns 8. Health, safety, and drug & alcohol abuse  Other training tools: 1. ECAS 2. UCP 3. TDS 4. GOQ 5. DEOCS Mod 1 – Full Spectrum Operations:  Effective training is the cornerstone of operational success.  7 Training Principles: 1. Commander and other leaders are responsible for training. 2. NCOs train individuals, crews, and small teams. 3. Train as you will fight. 4. Train to standard. 5. Train to sustain. 6. Conduct multiechelon and concurrent training. 7. Train to develop agile leaders and organizations.  The foundations of army training are discipline, principles, and training support. 1. Discipline – good commanders and leaders
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