I hold myself, and those around me to the strictly adherence of the seven Army Values: loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage. These values are my guide when making decisions and recommending both reward and punishment. A positive command climate is critical in any organization’s ability to achieve their mission. I believe leaders must adhere to these in all aspects of their life. When leaders adhere to the values, a positive climate exists.
Loyalty: As Soldiers in the U.S. Army we are privileged to support the greatest army in the world. I am loyal to my leaders, peers, and subordinates. I expect the same from those around me. Loyalty fosters teamwork and cooperation. It is the glue that holds a team together. I base my …show more content…
I know that respect must be earned. As a leader, I will earn the respect of my Soldiers. I will lead by example through demonstrating respect for others. I will remain firm and impartial in my decisions.
Selfless Service: I will always place the welfare of my Soldiers first. I believe that teamwork is key and I am committed to seeing my team succeed. I gain personal satisfaction from my Soldiers achievements, which fosters the organizations overall success.
Honor: I am committed to living the army values. I am the same in civilian clothes as I am in uniform. I expect the same consistency from my Soldiers. I hold myself and my Soldiers to a high standard. I will not give nor accept anything less than personal bests.
Integrity: Moral courage is the most valuable characteristic of leadership. I hold integrity highest, as I believe without that, the other six lose value. I expect my Soldiers to do what is right, legally and morally. Integrity and trustworthiness are undeniably linked; which build trust in an organization. Once Soldiers lose these qualities, it is difficult to mend the broken