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Cadets are introduced to a process and system for addressing goals and handling conflict

The ability to make sound decisions is a crucial skill in any field, and it is essential for individuals seeking to enter leadership roles. In the JLBC Cadet Corps, decision-making is a critical training program component. Cadets are introduced to a process and system for addressing goals and handling conflict internally and with others.

The decision-making process that the JLBC Cadet Corps teaches its members is designed to be comprehensive and flexible. It involves several steps; each intended to help cadets assess their options, evaluate the potential outcomes, and choose the best course of action.

The first step in the decision-making process is defining the problem or issue. This step involves identifying the critical elements of the situation, such as the individuals or groups affected, the factors contributing to the problem, and the goals or objectives at stake.

Once the problem has been defined, gathering information is next. This involves conducting research, consulting with experts, and seeking relevant data to inform decision-making. Cadets must approach this step with an open mind, as they may encounter information that challenges their initial assumptions or biases.

After gathering information, the next step is to evaluate the options. This involves weighing the pros and cons of each potential course of action, considering the potential risks and benefits, and assessing the likelihood of success or failure. Cadets must consider not only their interests and goals but also those of other individuals or groups that may be affected by their decision.

Once the options have been evaluated, the next step is to decide. This involves selecting the course of action most likely to achieve the desired outcome, given the available information and resources. Cadets must be willing to take responsibility for their decision and be prepared to face any consequences that may arise.

Finally, after a decision has been made, the last step is to implement it. This involves putting the decision into practice, monitoring progress, and making adjustments as necessary.

In addition to this decision-making process, the JLBC Cadet Corps emphasizes handling conflict effectively. This includes internal disputes, such as disagreements between corps members and conflicts with others outside the organization.

To help cadets develop these skills, the JLBC Cadet Corps teaches a system for conflict resolution that emphasizes open communication, active listening, and collaboration. Cadets are encouraged to approach conflicts with curiosity and empathy, seeking to understand the other person's perspective and finding common ground whenever possible.

By introducing cadets to a comprehensive decision-making process and a system for conflict resolution, the JLBC Cadet Corps is helping to prepare future leaders for success in a wide range of fields. These skills will be valuable within the military and in business, government, and other areas where effective leadership and decision-making are essential.

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