Reduce new-hire production delays, resource Performance-Improvement-Plans, and promote collaboration to increase ARNG enlistments by providing weekly audio sustainment training and an online training archive to retain our institutional knowledge.
HOW MANY PEOPLE DID YOU ASK TO JOIN THE NATIONAL GUARD LAST WEEK?
NGPAM 601-1 APPENDIX F
As a best business practice, you should contact 100 percent of your senior enrollment and 100 percent of your ASVAB qualified seniors by 30 April. Continue contacts and follow up with juniors. Continue involvement with the chamber of commerce. Arrange now for next school year’s ASVAB testing dates with the school administrator. Track and field meets begin. Offer to be a timekeeper or a coach’s assistant. Baseball season starts. Offer assistance to the coach. Make an appointment with the senior guidance counselor to discuss the monetary value of ARNG benefits obtained by each enlisted senior from that school. Request permission to present a scholarship certificate at the Senior Scholarship Awards Assembly and/or Graduation. Have the marketing NCO prepare scholarship certificates for every senior you have enlisted to be presented at the appropriate ceremony in May.
2-7. Recruiting Objectives
Based on force structure levels authorized by NGB, each State determines the numerical and quality objectives required of each RRNCO and/or area of operations. Objectives are mission assignments and those assignments are used to judge achievement. They are usually stated in terms of certain numbers of enlistments within stated categories (NPS vs. PS, HSDG, HSJRs, Test Score Categories I through III-B, etc.), or in varying points credited for each individual enlisted. Assignment of objectives and tracking of achievements is kept by each State’s RRC on a production data sheet.
Recruiting goals express the RRNCO’s plans for achieving both the State assigned objectives and the self-generated levels of performance the RRNCO impose upon himself/herself. These are expressed as long-term (yearly), midterm (monthly-quarterly), and short-term (daily-weekly) goals. These goals are then used as the basis for the RRNCO’s work plan.
Time Management Matrix
Urgent – Not Urgent
Important – Not Important
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