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Renegade Squadron Renegade Squadron LEADERSHIP

Renegade Squadron Renegade Squadron LEADERSHIP

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  1. Renegade Squadron Renegade Squadron LEADERSHIP SECAF CMSAF CAF

  2. “Leaders do not appear fully developed out of whole cloth. A maturation must occur to allow the young leaders to grow into the responsibilities required of senior institutional leaders and commanders.” General John P. Jumper, Former CSAF

  3. Foundational Statements • Leadershipis the art and science of motivating, influencing and directing people to accomplish the assigned mission • Leadership does not equal command, but ALL commanders should be leaders • AF ethic consists of three fundamental and enduring values: Integrity, Service, and Excellence

  4. Foundational Statements Abilities of a leader which are derived from innate capabilities and built from experience, education, and training, can be improved upon through deliberate development. Can someone be a born leader?

  5. Elements of Leadership • Mission- objective, or task to be accomplished • People - execute andaccomplish the mission

  6. Elements of Leadership Mission – Why we are here! • Primary task • Motivate influence, and direct people to carry out the mission

  7. Elements of AF Leadership People – Heart of the organization • Perform the mission • Leader must care, support, and develop people • Never forget the importance of “Airmen” • ANY USAF member (officer or enlisted; active, reserve, or guard; and Department of the AF civilians)

  8. Elements of Leadership • ANY member can be a leader and can positively influence others • concept of leadership • Vast majority of leaders are not commanders • Members simultaneously serve as both leaders and followers at every level

  9. Elements of AF Leadership Effective leadership transforms human potential into effective performance in the present and prepares capable leaders for the future.

  10. Institutional Competencies • Personal Leadership – face-to-face, interpersonal relations that directly influence human behavior and values • People/Team Leadership – interpersonal and team building relationships that create a healthy climate • Organizational Leadership – establishing structure, allocating resources, and articulating strategic vision

  11. Personal Competencies • Embodies Airman Culture • Ethical Leadership • Followership • Warrior Ethos • Develops Self

  12. Personal Competencies • Communicating • Speaking and Writing • Active listening

  13. People/Team Competencies Leading People • Developing and Inspiring Others • Taking Care of People • Fostering Diversity Fostering Collaborative Relationships • Builds Teams and Coalitions • Negotiating

  14. Organizational Competencies • Strategic Thinking • Vision • Decision-Making • Adaptability

  15. Components of Leadership • Leadership Actions • Decisive actions leaders use to get things done. Leaders influence and improve their units in order to accomplish their military mission

  16. Leadership Actions • Influence • Communication • Motivation • Standards • Decisiveness • Improve • Development and learning • Accomplish • Enhanced by influence and improvement

  17. SUMMARY • Air Force Doctrine • Foundational Doctrine Statements • Fundamental Elements Leadership • Components Leadership

  18. “We intend to develop leaders who motivate teams, mentor subordinates, and train successors.” General John P. Jumper, Former CSAF