FM 7-22.7 Nco Duties and Responsibilities
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WHAT FM COVERS NCO DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES?
WHAT IS RESPONSIBILITY?
RESPONSIBILITY IS TAKING ACCOUNTABILITY FOR WHAT YOU DO OR FAIL TO DO.
WHAT DOES INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY MAKE A SOLDIER ACCOUNTABLE FOR?
IT MAKES THE SOLDIER RESPONSIBLE FOR THERE PERSONAL CONDUCT.
WHAT IS COMMAND AUTHORITY?
COMMAND AUTHORITY IS THE AUTHORITY LEADERS HAVE OVER SOLDIERS BY VIRTUE OF RANK OR ASSIGNMENT.
WHAT IS A NCO'S PRINCIPLE DUTY AND RESPOSIBILITY?
NAME SOME BASIC RESPOSIBILITIES OF AN NCO?
- MAINTAINING DISCIPLINE
- MAINTAINING GOVT. PROPERTY
- TRAINING SOLDIERS
- ENSURING THE WELFARE OF SOLDIERS
- EXECUTING THE MISSION
EVERY SOLDIER HAS TO RESPOSIBILITIES WHAT ARE THEY?
WHAT ARE FIVE TYPES OF POWER?
WHAT IS LEGAL POWER?
LEGAL POWER IS POWER GIVEN TO SOMEONE BY LAW AND REGULATION
WHAT IS REWARD POWER?
power derived from the capacity of a leader to reward a soldier for good performance
WHAT IS COERCIVE POWER?
THE POWER WHICH INFLUENCES AN INDIVIDUAL TO BEHAVE IN A CERTAIN WAY OTHER THEN THE WAY THEY ARE BEHAVING.
WHAT IS REFERENT POWER?
THE POWER DERIVED BY A SOLDIERS RESPECT FOR A LEADER
WHAT IS EXPERT POWER?
THE POWER OF A LEADERS ACCUMILATION OF KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND CAPABILITIES.
WHAT ARE THE FOUR STEPS IN SUPERVISING SOLDIERS IN THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF A TASK?
- ASSIGN TASK
- SET STANDARDS
- CHECK PROGRESS
- DETERMINE IF STANDARDS WERE MET.
WHAT ARE THREE TYPES OF DUTIES?
To insure your soldiers understand and are carrying out the task you should do what?
Supervise the task
Where would a soldier find a NCO’s role in reference to the Chain of Command?
What is power?
Power is the ability, physical, mental or moral to have a positive control over the actions of others
How do you determine the amount of supervision needed to accomplish a task?
By considering your soldier’s competence, motivation and commitment to perform the task
What is general military authority?
It is authority extended to all soldiers to take action and act in the absence of a unit leader or other designate authority
The authority of command that one individual exercises over others is acquired as a result of what?
Grade and assignment
What are the two most important responsibilities of a leader?
Mission accomplishment and the welfare of the soldiers
What is supervision?
Keeping a grasp of the situation and ensuring that plans an policies are being followed; the art of checking without undue harassment
What is authority?
Authority is the legitimate power of a leader to direct those subordinates to him or to take action within the scope of his position
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