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Unformatted text preview: 1 MSL 101, Lesson 11: Introduction to Army Leadership Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Introduction to Army Leadership Army Leadership Field Manual (FM) 6-22 Competent, Confident, and Agile Army Leadership Field Manual (FM) 6-22 Competent, Confident, and Agile 2 MSL 101, Lesson 11: Introduction to Army Leadership Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Objectives Define Leadership according to FM 6-22 Identify Be, Know, and Do as the pillars of the Army Leadership Requirements Model Define Be, Know, and Do within the context of Army Leadership doctrine Relate Be, Know, and Do to the Cadet Command LDP Identify the 3 levels of Army leadership: direct, organizational, and strategic Distinguish between leadership and management attributes 3 MSL 101, Lesson 11: Introduction to Army Leadership Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Key Points 1. What is Leadership? 2. The Be, Know, Do Leadership Philosophy 3. Levels of Army Leadership 4. Leadership versus Management 5. The Cadet Command Leadership Development Program 4 MSL 101, Lesson 11: Introduction to Army Leadership Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Note to the Army on FM 6-22 Competent leaders of character are necessary for the Army to meet the challenges in the dangerous and complex security environment we face. FM 6-22 is the Armys keystone field manual on leadership. It establishes leadership doctrine and fundamental principles for all officers, noncommissioned officers, and Army civilians across all components. This manual uses the BE-KNOW-DO concept to express what is required of Army leaders. It is critical that Army leaders be agile, multi-skilled pentathletes who have strong moral character, broad knowledge, and keen intellect. They must display these attributes and leader competencies bound by the concept of the Warrior Ethos. Leaders must be committed to lifelong learning to remain relevant and ready during a career of service to the Nation. Army leaders must set the example, teach, and mentor, and this manual provides the principles, concepts, and training to accomplish this important task on which America depends. PETER J. SCHOOMAKER General, United States Army Chief of Staff October 12, 2006 5 MSL 101, Lesson 11: Introduction to Army Leadership Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Leadership What is it? Leadership is the process of influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation while operating to accomplish the mission and improving the organization. (FM 6-22, Chapter 1) An Army leader is anyone who by virtue of assumed role or assigned responsibility inspires and influences people to accomplish organizational goals. Army leaders motivate people both inside and outside the chain of command to pursue actions, focus thinking , and shape decisions for the greater good of the organization....
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