Creates a positive environment, Fosters esprit de corps, Prepares Self, Develops others, Stewards the profession

  • Played an integral role in the career decisions of soldiers, equipping them with the knowledge necessary to make informed and intelligent choices.
  • Entrusted junior soldiers with critical segments of the mission, transforming them from bystanders to invested leaders.
  • Challenged soldiers with complex tasks, viewing mistakes as stepping stones towards success rather than failures.
  • Revised METL phases, organizing them in a simple-to-complex order to encourage soldiers and improve the completion rate of tasks.
  • Volunteered to prepare for and participate in the Soldier of the Month board, contributing to the development of effective leaders.
  • Proactively guided subordinates towards achieving team objectives on time and with exceptional accuracy during the CMT/CST.
  • Mentored new soldiers until they established themselves in the work center, fostering shop harmony and efficiency.
  • Invested time and effort in establishing relationships with soldiers, addressing career and personal goals, resulting in a dramatic improvement in morale.
  • Committed to teaching soldiers common tasks and team-building skills, exerting extra effort that led to a 93% graduation rate over three cycles, the highest in the company.
  • Coached a new planner in completing their duties, identifying routine obstacles and workarounds, ensuring operational success for the entire team.
  • Conducted research, developed, and implemented various training exercises to enhance overall training effectiveness.
  • Groomed the team for success by consistently counseling and addressing soldiers’ deficiencies and trends, guiding them on the right path.
  • Engaged with soldiers, working long hours to ensure newly assigned soldiers were properly trained and understood the company mission.
  • Made an effort to welcome new arrivals and integrate them into daily operations, playing a key role in the section’s readiness.
  • Motivated soldiers to excel during the company’s APFT, resulting in an average score over 290 and fostering teamwork and esprit de corps within the team.
  • Established a Fusion Sergeant’s Time Training for soldiers of all ranks, sharpening technical skills and improving weak analytical skills within the team.
  • Involved in the career decisions of soldiers, providing them with the knowledge necessary to make informed and intelligent choices.
  • Relentlessly pursued professional and personal development, diligently working on a Bachelor of Science degree while maintaining a GPA of 3.83.
  • Demonstrated respect and appreciation for individual differences and diversity by advocating for younger soldiers within the Brigade.
  • Mentored a Geospatial SNCO on All Source Operations, enabling the organization to have a better understanding of the Intelligence Warfighting Function.
  • Developed soldiers through positive counseling, coaching, and mentoring.
  • Groomed the platoon for success, tracking and arranging necessary training for advancement.
  • Fostered a workplace climate that fostered dignity and respect for all soldiers and civilians by making on-the-spot corrections.
  • Taught soldiers to meet challenges, accomplish objectives, and complete critical mission tasks in the absence of supervision.
  • Shared knowledge and experience, playing a key role in achieving 100% operational readiness within her section.
  • Fostered a professional climate and genuinely cared about the personal and professional development of his soldiers.
  • Established a common task training program that resulted in a 100% first-time pass rate on CTT.
  • Maintained two-way communication with his team to ensure effective dissemination of information and fulfillment of their needs.
  • Utilized all available time to mentor subordinates on mission essential tasks, developing younger and inexperienced soldiers.
  • Molded a new platoon into an excellent fighting unit within a span of less than 4 months prior to deployment to combat.
  • United a team consisting of active duty, reserve, and National Guard soldiers into one cohesive organization.
  • Fostered an environment of unbiased treatment, cultural awareness, and resiliency.
  • Coached soldiers to win both the Battalion NCO and Soldier of the Quarter Boards.
  • Motivated his soldiers to perform to the best of their ability as individuals and as a squad.
  • Inspired self-improvement and confidence in subordinates.
  • Demanded the best training environment for soldiers, accepting nothing less than quality results.
  • Established a workplace climate that fostered dignity and respect for all soldiers.
  • Shared his knowledge and insight, contributing directly to the preparation of soldiers for future deployments and contingency operations.
  • Trained soldiers on EO guidelines and reporting procedures, emphasizing the importance of acceptance and team building.
  • Encouraged soldiers to continue their education, resulting in three soldiers increasing their GT scores above 110 and enrolling in 4 credit hours of college.
  • Demonstrated care for soldiers by inspiring and developing their performance through counseling.
  • Prepared subordinates for advancement, conducting regular counseling to ensure all growth opportunities were maximized.
  • His “Take Charge” attitude developed a sense of teamwork, loyalty, and initiative in his subordinates.
  • His enthusiasm and dedication inspired both peers and subordinates to surpass themselves and accomplish all missions.
  • Developed a Handheld Radio station study guide that helped 240 EIB and ESB candidates prepare for EIB testing, resulting in 45 EIB and 30 ESB candidates earning their badges.
  • Mentored two senior NCOs on the importance of volunteering, leading to their recognition by the local USO, with one receiving the Army Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal.
  • Ensured the completion of DLC 1 by soldiers within his section and provided guidance on the promotion process.
  • Mentored two soldiers until they established proficiency, leading to their success at the promotion board and achievement of their promotable status.
  • Prepared NCOs and soldiers for promotion and competitive boards, resulting in two promotions to Staff Sergeant and two monthly board winners.
  • Improved his knowledge base through professional reading, completing 28 books from various Service Professional Reading Lists.
  • Mentored a younger, inexperienced soldier on critical MOS tasks and S3 operational tasks, promoting self-readiness and building momentum for the soldier and junior NCO.
  • Strengthened weaknesses within the squad through growth and developmental counseling.
  • Dedicated to welcoming new arrivals and integrating them into daily operations, playing a key role in the section’s readiness.
  • Inspired subordinates to seek knowledge and experience, assisting them in performing beyond their expectations and exceeding self-imposed limitations.
  • Shared knowledge and experience, key to improving the Provost Marshal’s operational readiness.
  • Consistently helped other soldiers gain experience by discussing lessons learned from active duty.
  • Recruited junior NCOs into the battalion and successfully enrolled them into CFDP-IC.
  • Created an APFT team consisting of five junior NCOs to administer the test when necessary.
  • Motivated an NCO to successfully take the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge test.
  • Regularly communicated successful procedures and used appropriate influence techniques to energize others.
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