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Leadership Discussion. RDML S.M. Harris, US Navy Director, Navy Irregular Warfare Office. JUDGEMENT. Technical proficiency. Discussion. Unselfish. Self-improvement. Decision making. Well informed. Expectations Five E’s Starting right Take aways. Sense of humor. Example. KNOWLEDGE.

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leadership discussion

Leadership Discussion

RDML S.M. Harris, US Navy

Director, Navy Irregular Warfare Office

discussion

JUDGEMENT

Technical proficiency

Discussion

Unselfish

Self-improvement

Decision making

Well informed

  • Expectations
  • Five E’s
  • Starting right
  • Take aways

Sense of humor

Example

KNOWLEDGE

Responsibility

DEPENDABILITY

JUSTICE

Tactical proficiency

ENTHUSIASM

TACT

BEARING

UNSELFISHNESS

INTEGRITY

COURAGE

DECISIVENESS

LOYALTY

ENDURANCE

expectations in your division
Expectations…In your Division
  • What are the things that impress YOU most about the Chief / LPO?
    • Motivated and motivator
    • Technical expert
    • Trainer, mentor, and lead by example
    • Loyalty – to the division, ship, the Navy
    • Courage
    • Respectful…military bearing
    • Gets results
    • Team builder
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Expectations…In your Division
  • What are the things that impress you most about your Chief / LPO?
    • Motivated and motivator
    • Technical expert
    • Trainer, mentor, and lead by example
    • Loyalty – to the division, ship, the Navy
    • Courage
    • Respectful…military bearing
    • Gets results
    • Team builder
  • What are the things that impress the Chief/LPOmost about you?
    • Self Starter, energetic
    • Patient
    • Caring
    • Not a know-it-all…Good (active) listener
    • Thorough
    • Eager to learn
    • Ability to balance personal and professional workload
    • Presence
    • Role Model
expectations co xo and department head
Expectations…CO, XO and Department Head
  • What are the things that impress YOU most about the command?
    • Clear guidance
    • Consistent standards
    • Open communications
    • Professional working environment
    • Cleanliness
    • Squared away
expectations co xo and department head1
Expectations…CO, XO and Department Head
  • What are the things that impress YOUmost about the command?
    • Clear guidance
    • Consistent standards
    • Open communications
    • Professional working environment
    • Cleanliness
    • Squared away
  • What are the things that impress the command most about you?
    • Self Starter, energetic
    • Patient
    • Caring
    • Not a know-it-all…Good (active) listener
    • Thorough
    • Eager to learn
    • Ability to balance personal and professional workload
    • Presence
    • Role Model

People up and down the chain of command have similar expectations

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Five E’s

Energy….

Energize…

Edge…

Execute…

Ethics…

Personal stamina/Character

Ability to handle stress of operational environment

Genuine and Enthusiastic Belief in People

Ability to Positively Influence Others

Intellectual Honesty/Facing Reality

Ability to Make the Tough Call

Do What You Say You Are Going To Do

Ability to Meet Commitments

Honesty/Integrity/Conviction To Do the RIGHT THING

Ability to Emulate Core Values & Communicate Standards

starting right ten ways to make a good first impression
Starting RightTen Ways To Make A Good First Impression

1. Appear Neat and Dress Appropriately.

2. Maintain Good Eye Contact.

3. Shake Their Hand at The Beginning and When Parting.

4. SMILE! :-)

5. Listen More Than You Talk.

6. Relax and Be Yourself.

7. Ask Others About Their Business and Personal Life.

8. Don\'t Name Drop or Brag.

9. Don\'t Eat or Drink Too Much.

10. Part With a Smile, a Handshake and a sincere Comment or Compliment.

take aways
Take Aways

Over the Horizon Communications…How do you look from beyond visual range?

First Impressions…Make your mark early

Briefs and other communications …Sweet and Simple

Professional growth…Breadth and Depth

Theology vs Science…Be clear on the difference

Service Reputation…Watch your life and your doctrine

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