TRAINING TUESDAY PODCAST 033 (ADVICE; NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS; THE GOVERNOR’S EMERGENCY RESPONSE; TRACKING ADVERTISING DISPLAYS; THE BEST OF ENTREPRENEUR ON FIRE)

Providing Ongoing Sustainment Training for Army National Guard Recruiters

Welcome to Tuesday…Tuesday Training Podcast…a conversation and collaboration between Army National Guard Recruiters.  This week lives will be changed, legacies will be started and generations will be impacted because of what we do to serve our citizens by bringing the best and brightest into our organizations.  What you do matters…..you will make a difference.

Best Quote of the week:  “Advice is seldom welcome and those who need it most, like it least” Lord Chesterfield, Twitter: Dan Rockwell @Leadershipfreak

Christian Proverb:  “Do not reprove a scoffer, or he will hate you; reprove a wise man, and he will love you.”  Proverbs 9:8

WINNERS CIRCLE:

MSG Shane Johnson – Team 5 Spartans, Utah, “As we ramp up for this next year is is very important that we keep our swords and our minds sharp for the task at hand….”

If you have a winner on your team, on the Staff or in your leadership that you want to recognize this is a great format for it.  Send me an email:  trainingtuesdaypodcast@gmail.com and I will include them next week.

LEADERSHIP LESSON:

“Best thing you can do to become a great recruiter is to become a great Soldier.”  CSM Butz

ADRP 6-22

 

NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS

2-15. NCOs have roles as trainers, mentors, communicators, and advisors. When junior officers first serve in the Army, their NCO helps to train and mold them. Doing so ensures Soldier safety while forming professional and personal bonds with the officers based on mutual trust and common goals. “Watching each other’s back” is a fundamental step in team building and cohesion.

2-16. Commanders at all levels have senior enlisted advisors who are an important source of knowledge and discipline for all enlisted matters. At the highest level, the Sergeant Major of the Army is the Army Chief of Staff’s personal advisor who recommends policy to support Soldiers throughout the Army.

 79T TUNE-UP:  NG PAM 601-1 CHAPTER 6 SCHOOL PROGRAMS

6-4. Establishing and Maintaining Rapport

Ensure that the school administrators, counselors, and teachers understand why school recruiting is so important, (build the vision…build the culture) not only to the students themselves, but also to the defense of our nation. Many do not understand this and will hinder your ability to establish an effective school program. In addition to personal meetings with administrators, giving presentations to groups of school officials is an effective way to present the message of how serving one’s country is important to the education experience. Schedule a courtesy visit with the principal of each assigned school before the beginning of the academic year.  Do so as early in the SY as possible. Remember that at this time of the year the principal is very busy.  However, he/she will appreciate your effort to establish this communication link. This will set the tone for the school year concerning your involvement in the school.

“I work for the Governor of the State of _____________.”  In cases of emergencies he has a magnet on his refrigerator like I do that has phone numbers on it…Police, Poison, Paramedics…. The big number at the top of the list, bold and underlined, is for the Army National Guard.”  Where else can you call a huge group of people from all walks of life, trained by the best military in the world, to bring the best equipment in the world to help in an emergency in 4 hours?  We need the help of this generation to face tomorrows crisis.

 

PERPETUALLY PROSPECTING:

5C CONVERSATIONS:  CONNECT, COLLECT, CONTRIBUTE, CONFIRM, CONTINUE

The one who prospects most wins.

 

GAMAT / RZ Contact Location to record where you have marketing/advertising displayed.

RW - Contact LocationsGAMAT

 

Make sure you know what you are doing…not putting up posters.  You are finding businesses that want to support their local Soldiers.

 

SSG McGinnis from New Hampshire asked a question on National Guard Recruiting Forum (Facebook) message me on Facebook to gain access…. Posted on Class of 2016 website about his 4 warriors who just completed Basic Training and now are seniors.    The Guidance Director emailed saying, “this approach is a little over the top.”

Two issues:  how do we address the issue and what can learn about social media.

 

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King Solomon:  If the iron is blunt, and one does not sharpen the edge, he must use more strength, but wisdom helps one to succeed. (Ecclesiastes 10:10 ESV)