NS214 Fall 2012 6-2 - Chapter Leadership and Values 6...

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3-1 “Leadership is a potent combination of strategy and character. But, if you must be without one, be without strategy.” -General H. Norman Schwarzkopf. Chapter 6 6 Leadership and Values
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3-2 Core Values Loyalty Duty Respect Selfless Service Honor Integrity Personal Courage ARMY
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3-3 Core Values Integrity First Service Before Self Excellence in All We Do USAF
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3-4 Core Values Professionalism Integrity Tradition USN Honor Courage Commitment
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3-5 Core Values Honor Courage Commitment USMC
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3-6 Armed Forces Officer List Honor Courage Respect Commitment Duty Loyalty Service Integrity Excellence
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3-7 Are there Generational Differences in Values? Pervasive influences of broad forces at a particular time tend to create common value systems . This may contribute to misunderstandings and tension between older leaders and younger followers. Each generation is molded by distinct experiences at their critical developmental periods: The Veterans (1922–1943) The Baby Boomers (1942–1960) The Gen Xers (1960–1980) The Nexters (1980–)
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3-8 Moral Reasoning An important consideration is how one thinks about value-laden issues or ethical dilemmas. Moral reasoning : Process leaders use to make decisions about ethical and unethical behaviors.
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