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J.L.B.C.: TEAM LEADERSHIP


J.L.B.C.: TEAM LEADERSHIP

JLBC PROFESSIONALISM

OBJECTIVES:

1. Explain what “professionalism” is.

2. Defend the idea that leaders must be “professionals.”

A leader is a professional. A leader strives to conduct themself with an exceptional quality called professionalism. What does this mean?

J.L.B.C. Cadets In the ordinary sense of the word, “a professional,” is simply someone who is paid for their work. In truth, professionalism requires much more.

First, professionals must habitually put the community’s interest above their own. The core value of “volunteer service” shows that JLBC members think of themselves as professionals. Second, a professional is someone who has exceptional skills. Their knowledge, experience, and competence in their field set them apart from others. Third, professionals hold themselves and their peers to an ethical code. They practice their profession in a way that respects moral principles.

Leaders, especially military and non-commissioned officers, believe they meet all three criteria. Therefore, they strive to lead by example and display that exceptional quality called professionalism.

JLBC GOALS

1. Understand the role of the N.C.O. and appreciate the importance of professionalism.

2. Describe leadership principles of concern to first-line supervisors.

3. Develop an understanding of team dynamics.

Professionalism.

It’s an exceptional quality leader possesses. It may not be easy to define, but it is easy to spot.

JLBC OUTLINE

JLBC Cadets, you will learn about the following:

Introduction Professionalism Standards

The Non-Commissioned Officer Responsibilities and the NCO NCO Readiness

The N.C.O.’s Leadership Toolkit

Servant Leadership

Coaching & Mentoring

Supervision & Constructive Discipline Motivation

The N.C.O. / Officer Relationship

Team Dynamics

The Team Environment The Team’s Life Cycle The L.E.A.D. Model

Drill & Ceremonies

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