2 MINUTE TUNE-UP:
Definition of Direction: ADRP 6-22 Chapter 1 Paragraph 1-4
“Providing clear direction involves communicating what to do to accomplish a mission: prioritizing tasks, assigning responsibility for completion, and ensuring subordinates understand the standard. Although subordinates want and need direction, they expect challenging tasks, quality training, and adequate resources. They should have appropriate freedom of action. Providing clear direction allows followers to adapt to changing circumstances through modifying plans and orders through disciplined initiative within the commander’s intent.”
- Direction…once understand the purpose helping to chart a clear course to arrive at a mutually agreed up destination.
- Prioritize Tasks
- Appropriate freedom of action
- Commander’s Intent
And then…just like that the school year is over!
UNIT MEMBER CONTACTS / EVENTS / 2014 GRAD LIST
CHANGE OF THE WEEK:
- All enlistments need a 5960
- DenverMEPS Form 100
- Two new checklists for Medical Waiver Submission and Request for Physical
- 1966 page 5 – date
- DD FORM 1966 (20150527)
- State Tuition Website
- Tattoo Screening Form
MASTER BADGE TRAINING:
Under Cover Boss IDT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNW3bfXAjWo
Two sales situations discussed and interviewed 2 of ADT’s top salesmen…one in NY and the other in a more rural area. One selling to businesses and the other selling to residential customers.
Both of the salesmen discussed their sales process and keys to success. What was similar between both salesmen?