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Fundamentals of Leadership/ Leadership 210: Fall Semester Students will develop abilities to analyze, evaluate and solve leadership problems. Emphasis is on the group dynamics associated with communication and motivational skills. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: The key objective of this semester is to continue to develop knowledge of the Army’s leadership philosophies and integrate this knowledge into tactical strategies and team development. Leadership • Describe three levels of Army Leadership – Army Leadership • Understand Leadership Theories – Leadership Dynamics • Describe the three stages of team development – Adaptive Leadership • Identify motivational theories – Motivational Leadership Personal Development • Describe tools a leader or group can use to manage time – Personal Management • Develop a APRT schedule – Comprehensive Fitness • Describe effective communication – Effective Communication • Deliver a formal information briefing – Effective Communication – Public Speaking • Identify Critical Thinking Pitfalls – Adaptability Officership • Demonstrate customs and courtesies of the Army Profession - The Army • Describe three types of Brigade Combat Teams – Structure • Identify the roles and responsibilities of Army staff organization – Structure • Understand Counseling Process – Evaluations and Career Management Tactics and Techniques • Describe the eight troop leading procedures – The Plans and Orders Process • Understand the linkage between Troop Leading Procedures, the Military Decision Making Process, and the Operation Order – The Plans and Orders Process Values and Ethics • Understand personal/moral compass - Values • Understand the Ethical Processing Model – Ethics • Understand the Army Ethic - Ethics Mid-Term Exam A mid-term exam will be given to test the levels of learning achieved by students in the first half of the course. Final Exam A cumulative final exam will be given to test the levels of learning achieved by students throughout the course of the semester. 2

Fundamentals of Leadership/ Leadership 210: Fall Semester Homework/Project Assignments: In addition to reading assignments, you have the following key homework assignments: 1) SHARP Awareness Training – Following Lesson 1a, you are asked to complete the NFORMD.NET SHARP Program SROTC Online Homework assignment. Step 1: Log on to the program at: https://srotc.nformd.net/sexualassault/ulogin Step 2: Under “New Users” enter the following Access Code: 7768213 Step 3 enter University Wisconsin Madison 2) Army Physical Readiness Training Program – Following Lesson 5a, you are asked to prepare a Physical Readiness Training Program in accordance with FM 7-22. 3) Army Briefing - For Lesson 14a and 14b you will provide an Army Briefing. You will brief ‘your unit’ on a country prior to deployment. You will research cultural attributes of your chosen country. You can make assumptions about the deployment type (i.e. humanitarian, war, etc.). You will have ten minutes to provide information using visual aids (PowerPoint or something similar) on the following: Geography (terrain), languages, religions, political atmosphere and key cultural considerations. You should allow 2 minutes to address questions. You are required to follow the Information Briefing format and to hand in an abstract 200 words or less that captures the key points of your presentation. 4) Book Report: Written Assignment – Following lesson 01a you will acquire the book “The Leadership Secrets of Colin Powell” by Oren Harari. The paper should include an explanation of where GEN Colin Powell demonstrates specific leadership attributes and competencies outlined in the Leadership Requirement Model. (ADP 6-22) The paper should be two pages no more than three pages, typed and double-spaced. Use the MLA COURSE POLICIES: Participation: This is a hybrid course, you are not required to show-up in at a particular location and at a particular time. However, you are expected to show-up online. This course is designed to be an active and interactive course in which you contribute and respond to the contributions of others. You should plan to log on and participate in the course at least 3-5 times each week. I will measure this by recording the date of each entry you make to the system--a response to an assignment, an entry into the threaded discussion, submission of an assignment, or participation in group work. Please do not "drop out" for a period of time and then expect to "drop back in." If your business/personal obligations or illness require you to be absent for a week, please contact me and arrange to make up the work you will miss. Since you can access this online course from anywhere in the world, there should be little likelihood of "absence." Ten (10) attendance points are awarded for each week you attend for a total of 150 attendance points possible. Absences are considered excused when they are due to circumstances beyond your control. Contact the instructor prior to being absent to be excused from class. Unexcused absences will result in the loss of 10 points per week. 3

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