Leads Ncoer Bullet Comments

  • Effectively delegated tasks and empowered subordinates; facilitated the development of more than 50 confident and capable Unit Movement Officers.
  • Successfully conducted multiple TC AIMS classes, certifying over 40 Soldiers; all Companies were fully prepared to execute NTC deployment operations.
  • Maintained a balance between mission requirements and training needs; motivated Soldiers to advance in their careers while simultaneously preparing them for future assignments.
  • Established and implemented the company’s Female Mentorship Program; provided coaching, instruction, and guidance to more than 20 female Soldiers on a monthly basis.
  • Handpicked and supervised a group of over 30 senior NCOs to organize and execute battalion-level NCOPD focused on Army Customs, Courtesies, and Traditions.
  • Fostered relationships with sister branches, resulting in increased personnel resources and the elimination of delays within the Sections.
  • Encouraged Soldiers to take initiative by applying leader competencies and attributes, fostering forward thinking, involvement, and effective problem-solving.
  • Conducted comprehensive training for four Range Safety personnel on proper weapons adjustment and posture identification during IWQ, expediting timelines for the 230th XX XX and subordinate units.
  • Commended by CSM for maintaining composure during CLS and TCCC FTX, while providing critical care in the clearance of a tri-level building.
  • Provided expert advice to 20 couriers, a team lead, and the PPV Branch chief regarding transportation, maintenance procedures, and fleet management policies.
  • Organized and conducted courier team meetings to enhance performance, communication, and accountability, resulting in a 60% improvement in mission success.
  • Took necessary actions to address and resolve Soldiers’ concerns and needs, fostering increased trust within the unit.
  • Served as the NCOIC at the M240B and M249 Machine Gun range, overseeing the training and evaluation of 50 Soldiers.
  • Volunteered on numerous occasions to deliver impromptu medical classes to subordinates.
  • Seized opportunities to effectively illustrate key points and turned mistakes into valuable learning experiences.
  • Initiated contact with Navy leadership to investigate chronic failures at Bahrain Tech Control, establishing improved communication channels.
  • Demonstrated leadership by making an unpopular but necessary decision and successfully persuading the team to support it.
  • Transformed an unsatisfactory supply section inherited from a commendable rating within a month for the BN CIP.
  • Delegated tasks effectively and empowered subordinates, resulting in the development of highly skilled and mature technicians in the battalion.
  • Elevated an inherited unsatisfactory section to a commendable rating at JRTC.
  • Conducted thorough reviews prior to events, leading the platoon to achieve a 100% first-time success rate in M16 qualification.
  • Displayed confidence and leadership skills while collaborating with senior-level leaders to address complex issues impacting daily installation BCT operations.
  • Regularly inspected individual weapons of her soldiers, providing on-the-spot corrections when necessary.
  • Demonstrated a genuine focus on Soldiers’ well-being and development, avoiding the abuse of authority.
  • Exercised tactful leadership and motivation to overcome difficult challenges.
  • Motivated three soldiers to achieve the Soldier of the Quarter distinction.
  • Empowered and developed Soldiers by removing obstacles and entrusting them with critical tasks.
  • Showed patience and clear articulation, ensuring all soldiers understood the training events.
  • Mentored and trained two Soldiers, resulting in their promotion recommendations and advancement to higher levels of responsibility.
  • Consistently took initiative to ensure the accomplishment of all mission requirements.
  • Exhibited outstanding leadership skills as a team chief, increasing productivity by 40%.
  • Implemented creative management initiatives, demonstrating a capacity for innovative leadership.
  • Led by example, guiding the team on a mission to recover a downed Air Force pilot during Desert Storm while serving as a team leader.
  • Provided counseling and guidance to 21 students throughout the rating period, resulting in a 100% graduation rate with three individuals receiving honors.
  • Exercised decisive and positive leadership, yielding exceptional results in various leadership duties.
  • Actively led AIT soldiers’ physical development and trained them to excel in Common Task Skills.
  • Demanded the highest standards for training environments, accepting nothing less than quality results.
  • Led PT failures to a 90% first-time success rate on the APFT.
  • Ensured that 100% of assigned personnel qualified on individual/crew served weapons, with over 50% achieving an expert rating.
  • Trained and deployed half the team as a separate unit, seamlessly integrating them with other unit members, exemplifying true teamwork.
  • Led the platoon to earn Distinguished Marksmanship Platoon honors during the annual battalion shooting competition.
  • Motivated the squad to secure first place in the 9-mile road march during the company-level squad competition.
  • Led the company to attain the current first-place standing in the Post Commanders Cup intramural sports competition.
  • Inspired NCOs to strive for excellence, resulting in 26 soldiers receiving the CINC EUSA Distinguished Leadership Award.
  • Provided ample opportunities for junior Soldiers to excel; effectively delegated tasks and expanded section capability by 40%.
  • Motivated his soldiers to perform at their best as individuals and as a squad.
  • Inspired self-improvement and fostered confidence in subordinates.
  • Demonstrated sound judgment, maturity, and patient confidence.
  • Committed to ensuring the highest quality of life for soldiers.
  • Outstanding motivator of soldiers; inspired the platoon to consistently surpass standards.
  • Mentored one soldier to become the I Corp PLDC honor graduate.
  • Showed genuine care for soldiers by inspiring and developing their performance through counseling.
  • Influenced soldiers to successfully accomplish all assigned missions.
  • Mentored one NCO to be nominated for membership into the Sergeant Audie Murphy Board.
  • A true leader who always gives 110%; demands the best from soldiers while looking out for their needs.
  • Demonstrated exceptional leadership skills as a team chief.
  • Self-sacrificing and a genuine team player.
  • Implemented a program to increase leaders’ confidence as Convoy Protection Platform Commanders.
  • Routinely sought after by other NCOs for advice and guidance.
  • Developed soldiers through positive counseling, coaching, and mentoring.
  • Shows unwavering devotion to duty.
  • Instilled a mission-first attitude, motivating the entire unit to do the same.
  • Inspired the unit to consistently exceed training standards.
  • Always prioritized the mission and displayed unquestionable devotion to duty.
  • Strived for perfection, accomplishing all duties with great accuracy and timeliness.
  • Sets high standards and promotes excellence.
  • Demonstrates genuine concern for soldiers.
  • Outstanding performance as a squad leader in an E-6 position.
  • Directly responsible for supervising the unit’s orderly room, receiving a commendable rating during Cl.

Needs Improvement

  • Publicly criticized leadership faults in front of peers and subordinates, contributing to an already toxic work environment.
  • Showed leadership only when explicitly directed, lacking initiative in leading the soldiers under his responsibility.
  • Failed to seek clarifying guidance when faced with difficult tasks, unable to communicate the need for assistance during adversity.
  • Continuously pointed out subordinate faults, perpetuating a toxic work environment.
  • Demonstrated leadership only when explicitly directed, lacking initiative in leading the soldiers under his responsibility.
  • Negatively affected the state of readiness by not having personnel and vehicle information ready prior to SP.
  • Incapable of fulfilling recruiting duties during the majority of the rated period, resulting in the removal from a position of special trust.
  • Failed to advocate for or take advantage of any leadership opportunities, actively avoiding such challenges.
  • Set one of the worst examples of leadership in the unit, lacking trust from seniors, peers, and subordinates.
  • Negatively impacted unit retention numbers, as soldiers who worked with him often went AWOL or chose not to reenlist due to his conduct.
  • Exhibited corrosive leadership behavior that undermined unit discipline, created a toxic work environment, and reduced unit cohesion and effectiveness.
  • Took advantage of his position as NCOIC by consistently being late for duty.
  • Delegated responsibility for operations to a dishonest NCO who falsified reports to exaggerate the detachment’s accomplishments.
  • Reported false accomplishments to the commander to create the appearance of the detachment performing better than others.
  • Alienated soldiers with integrity who pointed out inaccurate reports and claims, discouraging honesty and jeopardizing the mission.
  • Prohibited subordinates from communicating with outside agencies via phone or email.
  • Encouraged soldiers to exploit the government disability program by documenting false or borderline physical ailments.
  • As Det Chief, imposed his personal political views on the captive audience on a daily basis, resulting in wasted time and resources, lowered morale, and reduced productivity.
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