Active Communication Examples
Communication, Questioning Attitude, Energized Information Flow.
Built trust and cohesion by listening to Sailors and accepting valid solutions; innovation increased readiness by 30%.
Translated Commander's intent into actionable items; coached division through changing emphasis and met goals weeks ahead of schedule.
Seized every opportunity to illustrate and support her assertions.
- Identified areas of concern, submitted recommendations for improvement, and followed up to ensure implementation and success.
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.
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 continuous 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.
He counseled more than 100 troubled recruits from the recruit convalescent unit and dive motivator divisions motivating them to complete their training.
His sage and experienced counsel is sought out by all peers and subordinates within the command.
New Lead Petty Officer mentored his five junior sailors on proper procedures and translated policy and goals for health record management.
Organized a goal-oriented office team and encouraged team input to reduce the number of administrative problems.
AS THE SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT FOR NECC FORCES, HE TRACKED AND REVIEWED 37 FORMAL EQUAL OPPORTUNITY COMPLAINTS TO ENSURE ALL NAVY POLICIES WERE ADHERED TO. HE PROVIDED SOUND AND ACCURATE GUIDANCE AND TRAINING TO SUBORDINATES, PEERS, AND SENIORS AND BROUGHT EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND DIVERSITY BACK TO THE FOREFRONT OF OUR PRIORITIES.
Taught SAPR/Take a stand training; achieved 100% compliance rate throughout the command.
Trained and qualified 7 collateral duty inspectors and transformed an inexperienced and unmotivated department into an aggressive and efficient team, increasing productivity by an unprecedented 200%. Her actions directly contributed to the squadron's safe launch and recovery of over 400 sorties, achieving a 93% sortie completion rate for the year.
His leadership as CFL inspired a culture of fitness throughout the command and led to his selection as third naval construction regiment Sailor of the Year.
She mentored, coached and led both junior enlisted, junior chiefs and junior officers and set the example for a higher standard for the enlisted staff in all major evolutions.
Aggressively pursued QA duties and enforced a zero defect compliance standard. He conducted over 100 audits and directly contributed to our “well above fleet average” assessment during our 2014 CNAF visit.
Proactively maintained medical records bringing unit readiness to 95%. Provided 1,000 man hours of instruction during Operation Blue Falcon.
Trusted Counselor. Provided spiritual and emotional care for more than 300 Sailors and embarked Marines. He personally counseled 122 Sailors and family members effectively mitigating operational stress, supporting major life transitions, and strengthening marriages. His efforts made a positive and direct impact on families, careers, and mission readiness.
His sincere care and concern for the emotional well-being of the ship's crew has proved to be an incredible asset in the timely receipt and delivery of 122 AMCROSS messages aboard ship.
Led and trained eight personnel during participation in three global exercises, dramatically expanding their skill set.
A dynamic mentor, Chief Partin conveyed the importance of continuing education to the Navy mission and encouraged his division to explore off-duty education options. As a result, over 50% of his team are currently enrolled in some type of advanced education.
Supported the Equal Opportunity program. Established a workplace and overall climate that fostered dignity and respect for all Sailors in the Department.
PO Barroga counseled all seven department members on career development, advancement opportunities, professional growth, and the advantages of a Navy career.
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