Army Leadership and The Profession - Army Rank-Up

What Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) covers Army Leadership and the Profession?
ADP 6-22
The activity of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission and improve the organization?
Military Leadership
What distinct vocation within the military is focused on serving the nation, defending its interests, and maintaining the trust and confidence of the public?
The Army Profession
What set of moral principles or standards guides Army professionals in doing the right thing on duty, and all aspect of life?
The Army Ethic
As a leader, what are your two basic responsibilities?
To accomplish my mission, and ensure the welfare of my soldiers
What guides Army professionals in accomplishing the mission as well as their conduct in all aspects of life?
The Army Values
The Army Values are—
  1. Loyalty: bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of the United States, the Army, your unit and other Soldiers.
  2. Duty: fulfill your obligations.
  3. Respect: treat people as they should be treated.
  4. Selfless service: put the welfare of the nation, the Army, and your subordinates before your own.
  5. Honor: live up to the Army Values
  6. Integrity: do what is right, legally and morally
  7. Personal courage: face fear, danger, or adversity.
It represents the professional attitudes and beliefs that characterize the American Soldier. It reflects a Soldier’s selfless commitment to the Nation, mission, unit, and fellow Soldiers.
The Warrior Ethos
What term denotes the Army’s winning spirit—a collective ethos of camaraderie, mutual trust, and cohesive teamwork?
Esprit de corps
What are the five characteristics of the Army profession?
  1. Trust
  2. Honorable service
  3. Military expertise
  4. Stewardship
  5. Esprit de corps
What are characteristics internal to a leader which affect how an individual behaves, thinks, and learns within certain conditions?
Leader attributes
What are the three core Leader Attributes (BE and KNOW)?
  1. Character: Army Values, Ethos
  2. Presence: Military Bearing, Fitness
  3. Intellect: Mental Agility, Expertise
What term describes the actions that are expected from leaders to DO?
Leader competencies
What are the three core Leader Competencies (DO)?
  1. Leads: influence, guide
  2. Develops: develop self and others
  3. Achieves: execute, adapt, get results
The most effective leaders adapt their approach to—
  1. the mission
  2. the organization
  3. and the situation
What are the four important factors affecting the dynamics of leadership?
  1. The leader.
  2. The led.
  3. The situation.
  4. The communication.
What is fundamental to understanding one’s abilities, where leaders should know their strengths and weaknesses?
Self-awareness
What characteristics of a leader dramatically enhances their presence and effectiveness?
  1. Military and professional bearing
  2. Fitness
  3. Confidence
  4. Resilience
What affects which actions leaders take?
The situation
Army leaders come from three different categories—
  1. Officers
  2. Noncommissioned officers
  3. DA Civilians
What are the three levels of leadership in the Army?
  1. Direct leadership: ie. first-line
  2. Organizational leadership: leads various organizations that make up the larger organization.
  3. Strategic leadership: include military and civilian leaders
What must occur in everything leaders do—in planning, preparing, executing, and assessing operations?
Ethical reasoning
It is the ability to control one’s own behavior—to do the harder right over the easier wrong?
Self-discipline
What is the process used by leaders to guide subordinates to improve performance and develop their potential?
Counseling
What kind of leaders represent a finely balanced combination of high-level thinkers, accomplished Soldiers, and military experts?
Strategic leaders

Terms List

1: What Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) covers Army Leadership and the Profession?
2: The activity of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to accomplish the mission and improve the organization?
3: What distinct vocation within the military is focused on serving the nation, defending its interests, and maintaining the trust and confidence of the public?
4: What set of moral principles or standards guides Army professionals in doing the right thing on duty, and all aspect of life?
5: As a leader, what are your two basic responsibilities?
6: What guides Army professionals in accomplishing the mission as well as their conduct in all aspects of life?
7: The Army Values are—
8: It represents the professional attitudes and beliefs that characterize the American Soldier. It reflects a Soldier’s selfless commitment to the Nation, mission, unit, and fellow Soldiers.
9: What term denotes the Army’s winning spirit—a collective ethos of camaraderie, mutual trust, and cohesive teamwork?
10: What are the five characteristics of the Army profession?
11: What are characteristics internal to a leader which affect how an individual behaves, thinks, and learns within certain conditions?
12: What are the three core Leader Attributes (BE and KNOW)??
13: What term describes the actions that are expected from leaders to DO?
14: What are the three core Leader Competencies (DO)?
15: The most effective leaders adapt their approach to—
16: What are the three important factors affecting the dynamics of leadership?
19: What is fundamental to understanding one’s abilities, where leaders should know their strengths and weaknesses?
23: What characteristics of a leader dramatically enhances their presence and effectiveness?
20: What affects which actions leaders take?
21: Army leaders come from three different categories—
22: What are the three levels of leadership in the Army?
24: What must occur in everything leaders do—in planning, preparing, executing, and assessing operations?
25: It is the ability to control one’s own behavior—to do the harder right over the easier wrong?
27: What is the process used by leaders to guide subordinates to improve performance and develop their potential?
29: What kind of leaders represent a finely balanced combination of high-level thinkers, accomplished Soldiers, and military experts?