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Who is an army leader?
Any one by virtue of assumed role or assigned responsibility inspires and influences people to accomplish organizational goals. Chap 1 1-2
True or False
Values and attributes are the same for all leaders, regardless of position.
True
They are the same although refined through experience and assumption of postions of greater responsibility. Chap1 1-3
According to Chapter 1 section 1-4 Leadership requires knowing what 6 things.
Know about tactics,technical systems, organizations, management of resources, and the tendencies and needs of people.
True or False
Knowledge does not shape a leader's identity.
False
Its does shape a leader's indentity and is reinforced by a leader's actions. Chap 1 1-4
While character and knowledge are necessary, by themselves they are not enough, what must they do with the knowledge they have to be effective?
Leaders cannot be effective until they apply what they know. Chap 1 1-5
What are the three properties for a successfull leader?
Character, Application and Knowledge
WHAT FIVE QUALITIES DOES AN IDEAL LEADER HAVE?
INTELLECT
PHYSCIAL PRESENCE
PROF COMPETENCE
HIGH MORAL CHARACTER
ROLE MODEL
WHAT ARE THE CORE LEADERS COMPETENCIES
(WHAT AN ARMY LEADER DOES)
LEADS
ACHIEVES
DEVELOPS
WHAT ATTRIBUTES DOES AN ARMY LEADER HAVE?
(WHAT IS AN ARMY LEADER?)
A LEADER WITH CHARACTER
A LEADER WITH PRESENCE
A LEADER WITH INTELLECTUAL CAPACITY
What three major factors determine a leaders character?
values,empathy and Warrior Ethos
Charcater=WEEV
WEEV
Warrior Ethos
Empathy
Values
Attributes=PICC
Presence
Intellectual Capacity
Character
CORE=LAD
Leads
Achieves
Develops
TO LEAD AS A LEADER MEANS WHAT 4 THINGS?

LOL EC EIB COC
LEAD OTHERS
LEADS BY EXAMPLE
COMMUNICATES
EXTENDS INFLUENCE BEYOND THE CHAIN OF COMMAND
WHAT IS LOL EC EIBCOC?
LEAD OTHERS
LEAD BY EXAMPLE
COMMUNICATES
EXTENDS INFLUENCE BEYOND CHAIN OF COMMAND
Direct Leadership means:
one on one contact
face to face contact
and close enough to the action to determine or address problems
Organizational Leadership means:
influence several hudnred to several thousand people
have staff to help them lead their people and manage their oranizations resources
deal with more complex issues, greater uncertainty, policymaking and systems integration
Strategic Leadership
Responsible for large organizations and handle several thousand to hundreds of thousand people
force structure,allocate resouces highly complex problems affected by events and organizations outside of the army
What are the three levels of leadership?
Strategic
Organizational
Direct
What are the two forms of leaders?
Legitimate and Influential
What form for leader is a informal leader? and which is a formal leader?
Informal=Influential
Formal=legitimate
An Army leader is a person of what three characteristics?
Presence, Intellectual Capacity and Character
What are factors the makeup a leaders core character?
Warrior Ethos
Empathy
Values
The values are defined by what seven words?
LDRSHIP
Loyalty
Duty
Respect
Selfless Service
Honor
Integrity
Personal Courage
Personal Courage is defined in what two forms?
Physically and Moral
What three things form a persons character?
Development
Beliefs and
Ethics which are all influenced by education, upbringing, religion, experience
Presence is compromised by what four things?
Military Bearing
Physical Fitness (health fitness(
Resilience
Confidence
Conceptual components affecting the leaers intelligence are what?
agility
Jedgement
Innovation
Interpersonal Tact
Domain Knowledge
DIIJA =????
DIIJA=AJIID WHICH IS
AGILITY
JUDGEMENT
INNOVATION
INTERPERSONAL CONTACT
DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE
In a team there are two forms of leadership, what are they?
Legitimate (formal) assigned by role and responsiblity
and
Influential (informal)- based on a person's expertise or experience on tactic, tool or anything pertaining to the conflict or problem
Intellectual Capacity= ???
DIIJA
Agility
Judgement
Innovation
Interpersonal Contact
Domain Knowledge
Interpersonal Contact is composed of what?
BESSR
Balance
Emotional Factors
Stability
Self Control
Recognizing Diversity
DIIJA=???
Agility
Judgement
Innovation
Interpersonal Contact
Domain Knowledge
BESSAR=
Balance
Emotional Factors
Stability
Self Control
Recognizes Diversity
Domain Knowledge is composed of what?
4 things
Tactical Knowledge
Technical Knowledge
Joint Knowledge
Cultural and Geopolitical Knowledge
Tactical Knowledge is=
tactical profiency
doctrine
fieldcraft
Technical Knowledge=
knowing equipment
operating equipment
emplying equipment
Joint Knowledge
To work jointly with other organizations
PLEP CRAIPR stands for what?
The 10 ways a leaders gains compliance or committment
Pressure, Legitimate Requests, Exchange,Personal Appeal, Collaboration,Rational
Persuasion,Apprising, Inspiration,Participation, Relationship builiding
What are the 4 elements needed for purpose?
Commanders intent
Subordinates Initiative
Mission Orders
Resource Allocation
A leader develops by doing what?
Team Building
Self Development
Helping other learn
Leaders have three principal ways of developing others, what are they?
Counseling
Coaching
Mentoringq
What are the three forms of counseling?
Event
Performance and Professional Growth
What are the three different approaches to counseling?
Nondirective approach
Directive Approach
Combined Approach
Non Directive Approach to counseling means what?
Leaders use experiences, insight and judgment to assist subordinates in developing solutions
Directive Approach
correct problems, make on the spot corrections and usually goes right to the problem and how to fix it
Combined Approach
Combination of both non directive and directive approaches..
Team building includes what three stages?
Formation
Enrichment
Sustainment
Achieving means what?
Providing direction, guidance and priorities, devolping action plans to accomplish a mission
The definition of achieving is?
Accomplishing the mission
To accomplish a mission what is required?
direction, priorities and guidance
Achieving is essentially focused on accomplishing the mission and getting what?
a. victory
b. integrity
c. results
d. nothing
getting results
To accomplish a mission you need to do what for a plan?
Develop and Execute
To develop and execute a plan what things must be considered?
Intended and unintended consequences
Adapting to changes
preparing
Reverse planning
Executing
Accomplishing missions involves having consistent performance, how is this achieved?
Monitor collective performance
Reinforce good performance
Implement systems to improve performance
Four competencies of leading?
LOLECEICOC
Leads Others
Leads by example
Communicates
Extends influence beyond COC
Motivation has four things that contribute directly to effective task performance, what are they?
Attention
Effort
Persistence
Task Strategies
Motivation=TAPE
What is TAPE
Task Strategies
Attention
Persistence
Effort
What are the 7 values of the department?
Pist Elf
Personal Responsibility
Integrity
Service Orientation
Teamwork
Excellence
Leadership
Fairness
Motivation is defined by what three parts?
AID
Arousal
Intensity
Direction
Motivation is defined by AID, what does AID stand for?
Arousal
Intensity
Direction
Define Adaptability
Ability to recognize changes in the environment, identify the critical elements of the new situation and trigger changes accordingly to meet new requirements
How soon must an EEO complaint be filed?
Within 180 days of the alleged violation
If an EEO complaint is withdrawn by the complaint, the city is no longer obligated to investigate the allegation.
false
Can an employee attempt to resolve an EEO complaint with thier COC?
Yes, if they choose to do so
If a supervisor recieves an informal complaint of an EEO violation to whom should it be reported?

A. OIA
B. COC
C. The person the complaint is about
D. The city HRD
E. no one the complaint is informal
a. OIA
If an employees supervisor is who the EEO complaint is involving what can a subordinate do?
a. Go to OIA
b. Go to COC
c. nothing
d. go to the City's office of EEO programs and make a complaint
All except c
Can a formal complaint be made with the city of Tucson office of EEO programs?
yes
Who investigation EEO complaints?
The city of EEO programs and/or OIA
After recieving an EEO complaint how many days does the City of Tucson OEOP have to determine if the complaint needs further investigation?
a. 5 days
b. 10 days
c. 15 days
d. 30 days
5 days
If the EEO investigation is warranted and an investigation is done, how long will the department have to resolve the matter?
a. 10 days
b. 20 days
c. 30 days
d. 45 days
20 days
Where can an employee go to seek help for substance or alchohol abuse?
BSU or the city employee assistance program
At what level of bac is an employee presumed to be impaired?
.04
A supervisor or commander may request testing for alchol, substance, or medication based on what?
a. probable cause
b. reasonable suspicion
c. anonymous source
d. nothing is needed
b and c and articulable facts based on appearance, behavior, speech, body odors and articulable information
Who shall be contacted for assistance in arranging all drug and alcohol testing?
HRD
Who shall conduct the drug or alcohol testing.
city PHysician or other medical facility designated by the city
Who should accompany the employee during alcohol or drug abuse testing?
the supervisor
Who shall determine the testing method for alcohol or substance testing?
The department making the request
If an employee is found to be under the influence of alcohol and tested and over .04 what occurs?
They are immediately relieved of duty and placed on leave
If an employee is found to be under the influence of illegal drugs or controlled substances in a test, regardless of any impairment what occurs?
The employee shall be relieved from duty.
If the bac is under .04 and medical opinion beleives the employee is impaired or unable to safely perform their duties, what occurs>
They are relieved of thier duties and placed on leave for the remainder of the shift
If an employee is found to be positive with alcohol or prescription medications, who must the employee be referred to?
SAP--Substance Abuse Professional and BSU
If an employee is positive with alcohol or prescriptions medications who shall they see prior to returning to duty?
SAP
Who shall a supervisor refer an employee who tested positive for alcohol or prescribed medications should be made when?
As soon as practical
When should a department member involved in a traffic accident be tested for alcohol and controlled substancse?
accident involves fatality
employee recieves a citation for a moving violation or may recieve a citation arising from the accident pending the outcome of the investigation
accident involves injury treated away from the scene or any vehicle is required to be towed from the scene
How long must an employee involved in a traffic collision remain from drinking alcohol if they need to be tested following the collision?
8 hours
Who is responsible for ensuring that any and all appropriate tests are conducted for an employee involved in a collision required alcohol or drug testing?
on scene supervisor or commander
If criminal charges are involved who should be coordinated the chemical testing?
OIA
First offense of bac above .04 or above while in or a city facility or job site, or city vehicle on duty is subject to what disicipline? A second offense could result in what?
Discipline matrix... a second offense/violation shall result in a discharge
Who should be notified if a sworn member is intoxicated while on duty, regardless of discipline action?
AZPOST
If a DUI is dismissed the department cannot enforce discipline? T or F
False, regardless of adjudication the COC can establish that employee was violating the law and therefore be discipline according to the matrix (1st offense only)
How many hours can a member recieve if found sustained of a 1st offense DUI?
40 hours
If an employee is found in violation of a drug or alcohol policty shall not return to work until __ hours after alleged violation?
24 hours