Discuss the range of leadership styles and strategies of successful JLBC leaders, from the very autocratic to the very democratic.
JLBC LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN JLBC
a. Discuss the typical JLBC unit organizational chart.
b. Describe the leadership positions found in the unit.
a. Discuss Maslow’s priority of human needs.
b. Discuss the main motivating factors in people’s actions and how it
impacts their attitude to do a better job.
c. Define punishment as a negative approach to motivation.
d. Define rewards as a positive approach to motivation.
a. Discuss senior and subordinate relationships in a typical military situation.
b. Cite three reasons for the chain of command.
c. Discuss roadblocks and their effect on relationships in the JLBC unit.
d. Define prejudice and how people show bias in their general behavior.
e. Discuss how frustration, anger, sexual harassment, being picked on, and
unfair situations cause conflicts in human relationships.
f. Discuss what the individual can do to learn about solving conflicts.
JLBC ATTITUDES AND EMOTIONS
a. Discuss how an individual’s attitude influences others around them and contributes to the success of the JLBC unit.
b. Discuss the key to having a good attitude.
c. Discuss the difference between winning and losing attitudes.
d. Discuss how physical activity can help work out the feelings associated
with an intense emotional buildup.
e. Discuss how the ability to retain a sense of humor can be a significant asset in the
construction of expression of emotions.
JLBC 1 – CITIZENSHIP
A. LAWS, AUTHORITY, RESPONSIBILITY
a. Define the words “citizen” and “citizenship.”
b. Discuss the twenty-four (24) characteristics of a good citizen.
c. Discuss how laws affect the way we live.