Providing ongoing sustainment training, motivation and support for Army National Guard Recruiters in a podcast format so they can remain on the street, vigilant and mission focused.
Welcome to 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 make a difference.
Correction: SSG Ronald H. Maxwell II is from Mississippi!
- Success Circle
- Perpetually Prospecting
- 79T Tune-Up
- Leadership Lesson
- Expert Badge Training
SUCCESS CIRCLE: (Celebrating success)
- MSG Key, NC (Honey Badgers)
- MSG Wilson, MS (TLC – Team Life Change)
- MSG Hotard, LA (You have to love what we do!)
PERPETUALLY PROSPECTING: (At our core we must be Prospectors)
5C CONVERSATIONS: CONNECT, COLLECT, CONTRIBUTE, CONFIRM, CONTINUE
- Use Images
- Future focused
- Volunteer / For a Cause Events
- Search for 5K
- Humble / collaborative
- Display – food, drink, equipment, develop curiosity
- Show content – video, images
79T TUNE-UP: (Doing the basics well)
NG Pam 601-1, 6-10 School Entry Vehicles, b.
Career days…next week
LEADERSHIP LESSON: (Professional Development)
ADRP 6-22, Para 3-7
DUTY: FULFILL YOUR OBLIGATIONS.
3-7. Duty extends beyond law, regulation, and orders. Professionals consistently strive to do their best. Army leaders exercise initiative when they fulfill the purpose, not merely the letter, of received orders. With initiative, leaders take responsibility for their actions and those of their subordinates. Conscientiousness is a human trait that internalizes duty. Conscientious leaders have a sense of responsibility for personal contributions to the Army, demonstrated through dedicated effort, organization, thoroughness, reliability, and practicality. Conscientiousness guides leaders to do what is right.
Duty – We have a duty to our Nation, State and the Army National Guard and that duty is making our mission. Don’t look at your mission as a task or a chore. Look at your mission as an honor to serve your country in the capacity of a Recruiting and Retention NCO. We are very privileged to be able to live and work among our community, offering jobs, training and Army Values to our youth. Our job matters! The Guard gives us millions of dollars’ worth of tuition, bonuses and training dollars to give away in our community… we just need to find who wants it. If we do our duty with heartfelt pride and a good work ethic, mission will come.
EXPERT BADGE TRAINING (those committed to their craft)