The United States Army is structured on several values and principles that it upholds, among these are military bearing, discipline and respect. These principles represents what the organization strongly believes in and governs the most basic customs and courtesies that all its members should abide by, otherwise legal repercussion and punishment is enforced that could ultimately result in separation from the organization. According to FM 6-22, “Military Bearing is defined as having or projecting a commanding presence and a professional image of authority”. One is to observe a sense of calmness even in the most stressful situations, leaders of the United States Army should maintain their military bearing even in situations where it seems chaotic, out of control or a civilian would respond in panic. One may ask why so? The reason for this goes back to situations in where leaders, Non-Commisioned officers and officers would have to make swift decisions in the battlefield that may affect the lives of their soldiers. In a world of chaos, their subordinates are relying on their leaders to make the right decision and trusting that those big decisions made is the best out of all the options given. Leaders should be able to make these big decisions with all his confidence projecting out with his military bearing. A leader should look like a leader, disciplined, confident, and has the skills and abilities to persuade and provide their subordinates with the motivation, direction and purpose so as to accomplish a mission without being easily rattled by problems that arises. Troubleshooting in any given situation, may it be life threatening or not, should be handled professionally in a military manner in where even if you are not sure, you will act accordingly as if you are sure of your decisinon because if your subordinates senses the slightest fear or uncertainty with your decisions. It means valuing each others points of views. It means being open to being wrong. It means accepting people as they are. It means not dumping on someone because you're having a bad day. It means being polite and kind always, because being kind to people is not negotiable. It means not dissing people because they're different to you. If you respect the right people they will help you become a better person but to achieve this you have to boost whoever you respect's self esteem to make them feel awesome, which is no problem in the first place because you respect them. There are lots of easy ways to show respect. You show respect when you are polite, saying things like “please” and “thank you.” You show respect by appreciating people’s differences, like seeing someone as unique for the outfits they wear, rather than thinking they’re weird for dressing differently. You also show respect by not making people feel uncomfortable, like not pressuring another kid to play on the big slide if they say they’re scared of being so high up. You even show respect when you lend a helping hand. Respect is a positive feeling of esteem or deference for a person or other entity and also specific actions and conduct representative…
Granados(2000), based on a survey of 1200 registered Latino voters, people who prefer the term Hispanic are more conservative and young, while those that prefer the term Latino tend to be more liberal and older. The difference between the two terms depends on personal differences and preferences. For purposes of this paper, the term Latino will be used broadly to include all individuals that are characterized by the U.S Census Bureau as “Hispanic or Latino of any race. Knowing the Population…
Origins of Attitudes and Beliefs
July 22, 2012
My beliefs about religion started at an early age. I attended church almost every Sunday with my family including my maternal grandmother. She had a standing rule in her house: everyone under the sound of her voice had to attend church on Sunday, no ifs, ands or buts.
Sundays consisted of 9am Sunday School, 11am Worship Service, go home and eat dinner which was usually prepared…
Think Piece #4
Values are impalpable things that are very important to us and are also things that guide. to make decisions. Every person has a different set of values which is why everyone handles their everyday situations differently. The values that I trust in play a very important role in my life. The beliefs I have are important because they shape the way that I carry on with my life and the way that I think affects those around me as well. The values that are most important to…
My Personal Values
This paper was prepared for English 103, Composition and Rhetoric taught by Kimberly Dowe-Davis.
My personal values are those things that are the most important and meaningful in my life, my belief in God and my devotion to and appreciation for family. Those are my priorities and my highest motivations. These personal values are important to me because they shape my behavior, help to guide…
HEALTHCARE RELATED BELIEFS, VALUES AND PERCEPTIONS IN MADAGASCAR:
UHCL Honesty Code
“I will be honest in all my academic activities and will not tolerate dishonesty.”
Submission of this assignment/exam certifies my compliance with the UHCL Honesty
Code that I signed at the start of the semester. I pledge on my honor that I have
complied with this policy, inclusive of not…
Personal values play a big part in our lives. The development of our personal values is an ongoing process, and is subject to change based on what we feel is most important to us. Life is full of twists and turns and may cause us to readjust our priorities. However, as a human service professional it is important to understand what our values are and how we can benefit those that we serve.
I value doing things that help me live a healthier lifestyle. I understand that it is important to take care…
My personal governing values and personal ethics code are based on what I truly believe to be right and true. With commitment and strength of mind, I propose solid values that will help drive my goals and activities through the road of success.
* I will remain fit both mentally and physically year long.
* I will maintain a constant balance-diet to sustain a healthy appearance.
* I will continue to exercise to keep increasing confidence and self…
IMPACT OF SMASSE INSET ON STUDENTS' ATTITUDE AND PERFORMANCE IN MATHEMATICS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS
IN KOSOFE DISTRICT
BERNARD - SAMUEL - CLEMENT
MATRIC NO: PT/10/22738
A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE NIGERIA CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER/MATHEMATICS
ADENIRAN OGUNSANYA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
IJANIKI, OGUDU CAMPUS
To my God the beginner and the author of my life who made it possible…
how I was raised and it is important that I must remember this and respect their this as we all have personal beliefs and preferences based on our background and upbringing. I have been brought up in a very mixed society but in a church of England school where religious education was compulsory, however we still studied various other religions and were taught to respect all people and there beliefs. Prayers were a daily thing at the end of each assembly and whether or not I wanted to pat attention…
Personal and Professional Ethical Belief System
University of Phoenix
In the human services field, personal ethical belief systems combined with professional ethics work in partnership to guide human service professionals in unraveling ethical dilemmas. An increasing number of professionals and clients seek out to define the fundamental policies of the human services field. Humans develop an integration of values, standards, and beliefs from birth throughout life. The values, standards…