Active Communication Examples
Communication, Questioning Attitude, Energized Information Flow.
Demonstrated courage in leadership by standing up for what is right under austere circumstances.
-Defends the trust and relationship between leadership and subordinates by standing up for what is just
-stands firmly on his convictions when the mission depends on frank, honest evaluation
An experienced Chief who is not afraid to confront sensitive issues and understands the vital need for communication.
-is mature enough to realize the importance of his experience and contributions and volunteers his opinion when needed
HIS INTRUSIVE LEADERSHIP, MENTORSHIP AND GUIDANCE MOLDED 21 INEXPERIENCED CONTROLLERS INTO THE MOST COHESIVE, EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TEAM OF THE FLEET.
-stands by his personal convictions in the face of the majority
A dynamic Senior Enlisted Advisor, he increased communication between the ranks and increased overall satisfaction at work.
A recognized subject matter expert, he made invaluable recommendations at numerous planning conferences that led to significant improvement in the Navy's Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) Warfare Area.
-has the moral courage and confidence to always do the right thing.
Demonstrates loyalty by standing up for his crew and himself when right.
- Identified areas of concern and submitted recommendations for improvement.
A Petty Officer with the confidence to defend his position, even without the support of his peers or superiors.
She facilitated open communication up and down the chain of command by being candid when asked questions or expressing her opinion.
As senior PO, he subordinated his pride and reputation for the sake of mission goals and insisted on further discussion and clarification on all subjects to ensure understanding and success.
As LPO, he demonstrated maturity and the highest standards of behavior and communicated those values to junior Sailors by example.
A self-assured manager, he has the courage to state his opinion and the patience to present his views logically.
AC1 is totally professional and demands the same of his troops by continuous, open communication.
Supported senior leadership by voicing a tactful but honest opinion under all circumstances.
CPO's chief advisor, he possesses the moral courage to state his opinions honestly despite risk of censure.
Her unparalleled expertise and dedication to continuous process improvement cannot be overstated and were directly responsible for Fleet Readiness Center New Orleans being selected as the Mid-Atlantic AIRSpeed site of the year for FY 2012.
HE MANAGED AND MENTORED 122 PERSONNEL INCLUDING TWO CHIEFS AND FIVE JUNIOR OFFICERS COMPLETING ON TIME, 300 EVALUATIONS, IMPROVED MEDICAL/DENTAL READINESS BY 20%
AGGRESSIVE SUPERVISOR. Trained and directed a very inexperienced ordnance crew during the short-notice preparation of the highly demanding Conventional Weapons Technical Proficiency Inspection (CWTPI) garnering a grade of 92.5.
Coached 25 personnel in the safe and rewarding execution of 200 maintenance actions, 40 sorties and 800 flight hours dedicated to aerial surveillance in support of JIATF counter-narcotic trafficking ops in the Fourth Fleet AOR.
Petty Officer Tabor's inspirational leadership and technical expertise shepherded the Supply Department to a score of satisfactory during the RCC Command Assessment and recouped K in unauthorized berthing charges.
AS NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND'S CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION SERVICES SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT HE EVALUATED CONTRACT COMPLIANCE AT 42 NAVAIR SITES AND DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AGENCY FACILITIES AND PROVIDED 60 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVING OPERATIONAL, PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE SAFETY AT ALL LEVELS OF THE NAVAL AVIATION ENTERPRISE.
DEDICATED PROFESSIONAL. Led and developed a stellar team that expertly guided high risk Sailors through vulnerable transition periods.
She single-handedly trained and led 13 command and squadron counselors supporting over 2,600 Sailors in educating members on the Navy's constantly evolving career information policies to maintain the squadrons' retention, mission, and readiness.
Senior Chief Maise displayed exceptional leadership as he provided guidance and oversight to the ship's personnel. He provided counsel and analysis in the development of future Chiefs and trained the next generation of Chiefs by facilitating multiple Personnel Qualifications Standards training and Navy Chief heritage sessions. He emmulates the true meaning of "Ask The Chief."
His steadfast devotion to the development and mentorship of Sailors and extreme dedication to excellence in command programs allowed the command to experience supreme success in the face of every challenge presented. His leadership directly resulted in increased Sailorization, khaki cohesion, command morale, and community involvement from all military members within the command.
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