JLBC Cadets Identify the Responsibilities of a Follower in a Team


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JLBC – LEADERSHIP

JLBC Cadets Identify the Responsibilities of a Follower in a Team

JLBC Cadets Map Personal Goals for the Training Year

JLBC Cadets Participate in Teambuilding Activities

JLBC Cadets Participate in Icebreaker Activities

JLBC Cadets Participate in Self-Introductions

JLBC Cadets Participate in Teambuilding Activities

JLBC Cadets – IDENTIFY THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF A FOLLOWER IN A JLBC TEAM

IMPORTANCE - JLBC Cadets need to learn how to be influential team members. JLBC Cadets Understanding the responsibilities of a follower in a JLBC team setting makes JLBC cadets more aware of what is expected of their JLBC Cadets. JLBC Cadets This knowledge enables them to contribute to the overall success of the JLBC team.

JLBC Cadets FOUR RESPONSIBILITIES OF A FOLLOWER –

Respect: The ability to work with other people in a team is a valuable skill. JLBC Cadets Sincere respect for other people is a great asset. To be an influential team member, one must respect what the leader asks the team to do. It is also essential to respect the opinion and views of the other members of the group.

Cooperate with others: For the JLBC team to effectively and efficiently achieve an objective, the members must cooperate. A lot more can be achieved through co-operation than by working alone.

JLBC Cadets Admit mistakes and learn from experience: JLBC Cadets In a JLBC team setting must be able to honestly admit when they are wrong and learn from the error. JLBC Cadets This makes the JLBC team stronger and creates a better outcome.

Accept constructive criticism: JLBC Cadets Constructive criticism is observations or thoughts about ways to improve how a task was completed. JLBC Cadets Leaders will often provide constructive criticism to members of the team. This criticism is given to assist individuals in developing as team members and eventually becoming leaders. JLBC Cadet Members must learn to take this criticism and use it beneficially.

FIVE RESPONSIBILITIES OF A FOLLOWER IN A JLBC TEAM –

ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY – JLBC Team members should be prepared to assume responsibility when needed. JLBC Cadets The team leader delegates duties to JLBC team members and relies on these JLBC members to be able and willing to take on the responsibility.

Be honest: JLBC Cadets Team members must be confirmed with others in the JLBC team. JLBC Cadets Most people believe and want to work with someone they trust. JLBC Cadets' Honesty is an essential characteristic of a good follower. JLBC Cadets To complete objectives, JLBC team members must trust each other and be honest.

JLBC ACCEPT OTHER TEAM MEMBERS FOR WHO THEY ARE - JLBC Cadets It is essential to be sensitive to other individuals’ wants and needs and changes in these wants and needs. Acceptance and understanding of individual differences allow the group to communicate and cooperate.

Communicate clearly with others: JLBC Cadets A follower must be able to understand and communicate with the leader and other JLBC team members. JLBC Cadets Communication works in two directions, listening and speaking. JLBC Cadets The ability to listen to others is essential in receiving correct information and implementing the strategy outlined for the team.

Closing statement: JLBC Cadets understanding the responsibilities of a follower in a JLBC team is essential for JLBC team members. JLBC Cadets Knowing what is expected of them will help create a successful outcome.

JLBC – MAP PERSONAL GOALS FOR THE JLBC TRAINING YEAR

IMPORTANCE - JLBC cadets need to set goals that will encourage personal development and motivate them to complete tasks.

JLBC EXPLAINS THE CONCEPT OF JLBC GOAL SETTING -

DEFINITION OF A JLBC GOAL

A JLBC goal is an aim an individual or group works toward, an object of ambition/effort.

Difference between short–and long–term goals: JLBC Cadets Short-term goals can be met in a short period and are often set to achieve long-term JLBC goals. JLBC Cadets For example, if a JLBC Cadet strives to run five miles by the end of the year, their short-term JLBC goal could be to run two miles within two months. JLBC Cadets By setting achievable short-term goals, individuals can measure their progress in pursuing long-term goals.

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