Personal Reflection: Situational Leadership Strengths

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Luckily by staying task centric we could finish the alignment early and begin focusing on personnel needs. In this instance, it was mutually beneficial to accomplish both managing the priorities of my institution as well as the needs of our people.
The second strength I would like to highlight is my ability to leverage administrative management practices. When I crossed trained, I went from an AFSC that would typically run work centers of five or less personnel seldom reaching 15, to my current unit, where I faced a steep learning curve and needed to gain operational credibility within my job while leading 115 airmen. My ability to identify organization hierarchy deficiencies and establish an element break out by appointing segment leads and officers in charge ensured a clear chain of command with explicit lanes of operation. This aided in the execution of daily missions as everyone knew exactly where
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In line with my Situational Leadership theory, I have identified three weaknesses that require improvement. The first weakness I would highlight is my ability to revisit tasks when work center stressors keep dropping requirements on my plate. An example of this was delaying a requested feedback for a week to ensure our several competing requirements were dealt with prior to sitting down with my NCO. The second weakness that I have is keeping my cool when the heat gets turned up. I feel that I need to do a better job of honing my s;teadiness when it comes time to accomplish tasks. The third weakness I would like to highlight is there are some instances where I disregard the personal needs of my people for the needs of mission. Some examples are when I hold my crews longer to ensure administrative requirements are completed prior to release from duty. Although we do not break crew rest, it sometimes limits their ability to spend extra time with loved