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[+] Army Ethic and Army Operations

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Army Ethic and Army Operations 158-IMT0010

Action: Present the relationship between the Army Ethic and Army operations.

Conditions: In a classroom environment given access to ADP 1, ADP 3-0, ADP 6-22, experiential learning activities, readings and doctrinal references, discussion with peers and facilitator feedback, and reflection time.

Standards:
  • Identify all four Army strategic roles.
  • Identify all five Army core competencies.
  • Explain civil-military relations in a clear and concise manner.
  • Annotate at least three legal foundations for the Army Ethic.
  • Annotate at least three moral foundations of the Army Ethic.

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[+] Army Profession

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Army Profession 158-SCP0002

Action: Analyze the Army Profession in relation to company command.

Conditions: As an incoming company commander or first sergeant attending the pre-command course; given classroom instruction, peer-to-peer discussion, instructor feedback, reflection time, and references such ADP 6-22 and ADP 6-0; and the requirement to perform the responsibilities associated with the Army Profession.

Standards:
  • Define the Army Profession in a clear and concise manner.
  • Identify the five characteristics of the Army Profession.
  • Identify the three roles of Army professionals.
  • Identify the seven principles of mission command.
  • Correlate how the Army Profession and mission command affect organizational leader responsibilities.
  • Answer all discussion questions related to a case study.

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[+] Challenge and Motivation

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Challenge and Motivation 158-DSA0003

Action: Review challenge and motivation.

Conditions: As a candidate at the United States Army Drill Sergeant Academy, given experiential learning activities and access to references ADP 6-22 and TR 350-6, discussion with peers and instructor feedback, and reflection time.

Standards:
  • Define self-fulfilling prophecy in a clear and concise manner.
  • Identify the two types of motivation.
  • Identify at least five trends for the IET population.

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[+] Command Climate

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Command Climate 158-SCP0003

Action: Demonstrate a positive command climate.

Conditions: As an incoming company commander or first sergeant attending the pre-command course; given classroom instruction, peer-to-peer discussion, instructor feedback, reflection time, and references such as Army Directive 2013-29 and 2018-07-6, DEOMI Guide, TC 26-6, AR 600-20, ADP 6-22; and the requirement to perform the responsibilities associated with the Army Profession.


Standards:
  • Identify all three levels of Army leadership.
  • Identify all five counterproductive leadership (CLP) behaviors.
  • Review the components of the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI) website.
  • Identify the four assessment methods for assessing organizational climate.
  • Explain the Army Directive requirements for a command climate survey in a clear and concise manner.
  • Distinguish between climate and culture.

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[+] Counseling

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Counseling 158-DSA0002

Action: Conduct the counseling process.

Conditions: As a candidate at the United States Army Drill Sergeant Academy, given experiential learning activities and access to references ADP 6-22, ATP 6-22.1, and AR 600-23, discussion with peers and instructor feedback, and reflection time.


Standards:
  • Apply all four stages of the counseling process in the correct sequence.
  • Identify the three approaches to counseling.
  • Complete all four parts of DA Form 4856 Developmental Counseling Form.

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Download TRADOC Form 350-6-2-R-E

[+] Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority 158-DSA0001

Action: Review the responsibilities of a noncommissioned officer (NCO).

Conditions: As a candidate at the United States Army Drill Sergeant Academy, given experiential learning activities and access to references such as AR 600-20, TC 7-21.13, and TC 7-22.7, discussion with peers and instructor feedback, and reflection time.

Standards:
  • Identify all three types of duty.
  • Identify both types of responsibility.
  • Communicate how military authority is exercised in a clear and concise manner.
  • Identify both types of military authority.

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[+] Identity Climate and Culture

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Identity Climate and Culture 158-IMT0009

Action: Review the relationship between identity, climate, and culture.

Conditions: In a classroom environment given access to ADP 6-22, experiential learning activities, readings and doctrinal references, discussion with peers and facilitator feedback, and reflection time.


Standards:
  • Define identity.
  • Contrast climate and culture.
  • Identify all three levels of Army leadership.
  • Explain the Army’s Framework for Character Development (AFCD) in a clear and concise manner.
  • Identify at least ten indicators of a positive climate.

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Download Army Profession Pamphlet

Download Ethical Climate Assessment Survey

[+] Leader Development

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Leader Development 158-SCP0001

Action: Demonstrate Command Responsibility for Leader development

Conditions: As an incoming company commander or first sergeant attending the pre-command course; given classroom instruction, peer-to-peer discussion, instructor feedback, reflection time, and references such ADP 6-22, ATP 6-22.1, ATP 6-22.6, and FM 6-22; and the requirement to perform the responsibilities associated with the Army Profession.


Standards:
  • Define leader development in a clear and concise manner.
  • Identify at least three tenets of leader development.
  • Review the components of the Leadership Requirements Model [three attribute categories and three competency categories].
  • Review the five steps of the operations process.
  • Identify the four fundamentals of development.
  • Identify the four characteristics of program development.
  • Identify the three types of counseling.
  • Identify the three stages of the team building process.

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[+] Leadership Doctrine

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Leadership Doctrine 158-IMT0004

Action: Identify the basic concepts of Army leadership doctrine.

Conditions: In a classroom environment, given access to ADP 6-22, experiential learning activities, readings, discussion, peer and facilitator feedback, reflection time, and practicum.


Standards:
  • Define Army leadership in a clear and concise manner.
  • IIdentify all three leader attribute categories.
  • Identity all three leader competency categories.
  • Conduct a practical exercise; you must score 80% (at least 20 out of 25 questions correctly) to receive a “GO.”

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[+] Team Building

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Team Building 158-IMT0005

Action: Perform leader actions for team building.

Conditions: Given ATP 6-22.6, Army Team Building (October 2015) and formal instruction in a classroom environment.


Standards:
  • Annotate the three phases of team building in the correct sequence.
  • Name the two types of teams.
  • Identify at least five indicators of effective teams.
  • Identify the types of team assessments in a clear and concise manner.

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[+] Transition into a Direct Leadership Position

Duty, Responsibility, and Authority

Transition into a Direct Leadership Position 158-IMT0007

Action: Prepare to Transition into a Direct Leadership Position

Conditions: In a classroom environment, given references CALL Handbook 18-24 (2018), Army Handbook for Leadership Transitions (2014), ADP 6-22 (Change 1, 2019), and class notes.


Standards:
  • Communicate the leader transition process.
  • Identify all six transition phases for platoon leadership in the correct sequence.
  • Phase 1 Preparation
  • Phase 2 Taking charge
  • Phase 3 Conducting initial assessment
  • Phase 4 Alignment and team building
  • Phase 5 Establishing routines
  • Phase 6 Sustainment
  • Review tenets of platoon leadership in a clear and concise manner.

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Download CALL Handbook 18-24_The First 100 Days of PLT Leadership