Responsibilities of NCO and Leadership
(Responsibility: is being accountable for what you do or fail to do.) Responsibilities of NCO Leadership is showing and leading by example. I failed to lead and show by example by not show up on time after lunch hours. During those times soldiers are showing up on time and looking for guidance and direction for the next task at hand for that day’s mission. As an NCO I have earned my position by leadership, knowledge and respect, by not following up to them I fail my 1st line leadership and the rest of my chain of command of not showing them. It also affects the direction and army’s intent that the army has already set; showing up on time. If every NCO and subordinate was late the army would not have discipline. I fail to have discipline. I CPL Payne know this and know the responsibilities I am upheld to. Maintain accountability of my soldiers come first as being a Team leader. My soldiers look at me first for I am there leader. Showing up on time is being professional at what I do and completing morning and daily accountability and task to insure that my soldiers are setting the standards and responsibilities that there held up to. I wasn’t professional by not showing up on time and taking charge. I also failed myself as I know I can do better than that. As I know I DO want to go to the promotion board I have to showing that I really want it. The entire examples I have showed will have to take effect for this can work. It takes only me to make a difference for the next soldier coming up. Personal appearance and cleanliness of my soldiers is another responsibility, this issues that they are showing up in the proper uniform along by showing and leading by example. Responsible for the individual training is my main concern during work hours. I know that I am the beginning of the NCO corps. I am part of the corps and I understand that I am the backbone of the Army....
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