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.
THIS WEEK: MAY; DIA READING LIST; SOLDIER’S CREED
Welcome to Tuesday Training Podcast…a conversation and collaboration between Army National Guard Recruiters.
This week, because of your efforts, lives will be changed, legacies will be started and generations will be impacted. What you do matters…..you make a difference.
HOW MANY PEOPLE DID YOU ASK TO JOIN THE NATIONAL GUARD LAST WEEK?
Defense Intelligence Agency Director’s Reading List
“As intelligence officers, our most critical asset is our mind. Self-study increases our speed, creativity, and confidence.
Without self-study, our expertise is limited to our direct experiences. Reading vastly multiplies our experiences in life—as parents, as friends, as spouses, and as leaders.
By reading, we can learn from the experiences of an immeasurable number of people. And, hopefully, our reading allows us to learn from the mistakes of others, before we make those mistakes ourselves. Old ideas give us new ideas. History really does teach us something. It inspires, motivates, and elevates us.”
Lieutenant General Robert P. Ashley, Jr.
Director, Defense Intelligence Agency
NGPam 601-1 Appendix F
Participate in any preplanned activities such as field trips, armed forces week events, awards assemblies, Senior Scholarship Awards Assemblies, and Graduation. Since Memorial Day occurs in May, there are normally many patriotic events in the community and in the HS during this month. Contact the HS to find out what events they are involved with and offer any assistance possible. Have enough snack trays prepared, one for each priority HS, and delivered for administrators and teachers in the lounge or counselors office. Have a card made up to post on the snack tray that says, “Compliments of.”