I have come to find that being a leader, you will encounter different situations. What you do in one situation will not always work in another. In different scenarios, I believe I was able to use good judgment in order to decide the best course of action needed for a situation. For instance, an NCO may need to counsel their soldier for disobeying a direct order, but if the counseling is too late or too early, too harsh or too weak, then the results may prove ineffective. I strongly believe, that a person can lead through two-way communication, which is expressive of or involving mutual action, relationship, or responsibility, which much of, is nonverbal. For instance, when I “set the example”, it communicates to my soldier that I would not ask them to perform anything that I would not be willing or able to do.
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