Stand Strong Video Case Studies including SSG Valdez, SPC Wright, PFC Schuette, and CSM Guerra.
Each Ethical Module contains a situation requiring a decision which is presented in an introduction. The decision and actions of the main character are then presented in the situation conclusion. Facilitator questions are provided in a guide to aid instructors or leaders in enhancing discussions of the videos. Each module also contains supporting videos in which leaders who have reviewed the situation, react with their perceptions and ideas. The modules are most appropriate for training in Company level programs and below.
Ethical Decision Situations are video scenarios that present the viewer with a story and possible choices for behavior. Viewers are asked to identify which response they would do, or the most appropriate response with regard to a set of criteria provided by an instructor, or to rank the responses in the order they feel is most effective. Instructors and/or leaders will find them useful in courses or professional development sessions to promote facilitated discussions with the viewers concerning the scenario and the choices they make. They were originally designed for a junior officer audience across all services, but are appropriate for other ranks and audiences when properly facilitated.
Hey leader, what would you do in this situation? Leadership Situational Judgment Tests are a training product that presents short leader scenarios an NCO or Company Grade Officer might encounter. From a set of responses you select the best and the worst ways to respond and then receive feedback on your choices. The feedback is based on how other leaders chose to deal with the situation. Leaders will find them useful for self-development to gauge their leadership actions and decisions. They can be used in Army courses and unit professional development sessions to trigger discussion and thinking about a variety of ways to respond and how experienced leaders responded.