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experiences and challenges in class. Attendance to both class and Staff Call (part of your overall class seat time) is essential, and failure to be at class, Staff Call, or Leadership Lab will be noted and impact your performance as well as grade. In addition to the basic content, we will explore the basics of a liberal education that is essential to a wellrounded and intelligent officer. We will also frequently practice the critical skills that I believe are hallmarks of the Army Officer - critical thinking and problem solving, adapting, communication (both oral and written), reflection, and learning from experience (application). Many of our exercises and activities will be directly tied to these areas and the overall course content, and some are designed to expand your skills and knowledge by exposing you to new and different experiences. COURSE MAP: MSL 401: Mission Command and the Army Profession MSL401 Course Map Lesson 1 Lesson 4 Lesson 7 Lesson 10 Lesson 13 Lesson 16 Lesson 19 Lesson 22 Lesson 25 Lesson 28 Lesson 31 Lesson 34 Course Military Training Units Mission Mission Operations The Army as Army Leader SHARP Officer Civil-Military The Uniform Overview Decision and Command Command Order a Profession Ethics Case Evaluation Relations Code of Military Making Developing Case Discussion Practical Studies Report (OER) Justice (UCMJ) Process Leaders Study 1 Exercise Lesson 2 Lesson 5 Lesson 8 Lesson 11 Lesson 14 Lesson 17 Lesson 20 Lesson 23 Lesson 26 Lesson 29 Lesson 32 Lesson 35 Introduction Operations Unit Training Mission Risk Operations The Officer Organizational Personal NCO Media Relations Administrative to Mission Orders Management Command Management Order as a Moral Ethics Financial Evaluation Discipline and Command Case Practical Exemplar Management Report Separation Study 2 Exercise (NCOER) Lesson 3 Lesson 6 Lesson 9 Lesson 12 Lesson 15 Lesson 18 Lesson 21 Lesson 24 Lesson 27 Lesson 30 Lesson 33 Lesson 36 Commander Rehearsals Conduct Mission Law of Land Information Army Leader Equal Officer Career Leader & Self- Professionalism Information and Staff Training Command Warfare and Brief Ethics Opportunity Planning Development Forum (Guest Briefing Organization Meeting Forum Rules of Speaker) and (Guest Engagement Operations Speaker) (ROE) Lab 01 Lab 02 Lab 03 Lab 04 Lab 05 Lab 06 Lab 07 Lab 08 Lab 09 Lab 10 Lab 11 Lab 12 Introduction Analyze the Conduct Mission Assess the Army Ethical Case Financial SHARP Write OER Assess Defense Commander’s to Mission Battle of Ia Company Command Lieber Code Briefings Studies in Planning Brief Support Support to Civil Time Command Drang Training River as ROE COIN Form/NCOER Authorities during OPORD Meeting Crossing at Operations Counseling Reconstruction Nijmegen The Army Profession Professional Competence Adaptability Teamwork Lifelong Learning Comprehensive Fitness Overview & Assessment LEARNING OBJECTIVES: The Advance Course is designed to develop the student into a leader imbued with the Warrior Ethos, who can think critically and will be capable of leading Soldiers in the Contemporary Operating Environment (COE) at their first unit of assignment, and to produce a junior officer who embraces and demonstrates the following six learning objectives with associated outcomes below: 1. The Army Profession - Synthesizes all aspects of Army Values and Warrior Ethos required to succeed as an Army Officer. o Apply military professional ethics in decision making. o Identify Army policy pertaining to EO and SHARP programs o Relate the Law of Warfare and rules of engagement to Army operations. o Explain your obligations as a US service member under the Code of Conduct. o Understand your role in the UCMJ process. 2. Professional Competence MS410 Adaptive Leadership, Fall 2014 Syllabus Page 3 of 10

- Demonstrates the ability to plan, prepare, execute, and assess platoon-level training strategies including individual and collective tasks to enable mission accomplishment. o Apply the training management process through OPORD’s, rehearsals, and rock drills. o Apply the military decision making process (MDMP) to Cadet Battalion training meetings/staff calls, training and operations. o Understand and explain the duties of staff organization roles and responsibilities. o Perform the duties of a member of a battalion staff. o Conduct staff call utilizing the Operations Process and the Army’s Design Methodology. o Incorporate the risk management process into battalion activities. o Counsel, mentor and develop underclass Cadets to improve battalion pride, unity, esprit de core and mission accomplishment. o Mentor, evaluate and counsel underclass Cadets during garrison and tactical operations utilizing a 4856. o Keep and present a leadership journal on the growth and development of Cadets in your battle group. o Write an Officer Evaluation Report Developmental Support Form. o Explain the importance of actively managing your career as an Army Officer. 3. Adaptability - Recognizes and analyzes ambiguous situations and develops solutions to tactical, ethical, and leadership problems. - Demonstrates ability to apply agile and adaptive decisions in a complex and ambiguous environment. 4. Teamwork - Demonstrates the ability to build and sustain multi-functional teams in a complex, uncertain environment and able to accomplish the mission within the commander’s intent. - Assesses the impacts of cultural differences on military operations and anticipates the consequences. - Analyzes and synthesizes the communication process to effectively communicate as a leader. 5. Life Long Learning - Applies the principles of lifelong learning and continued education ensuring personal, professional, and organizational improvement. o Identify Resiliency Training skills in the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) Program o Identify methods to reduce/manage stress as a leader o Write a memorandum that effectively communicates using Army writing standards o Draft a personal Leadership Development Plan for use/application during the academic school year to set goals, track and manage your progress/success. o Maintain a Leadership Journal to reflect upon and track growth and progress of leadership development experiences throughout the semester. o Utilize the Army Writing Standard and LDP cards to evaluate subordinate Cadets o Prepare and submit a personal Digital Story which highlights your growth and development as a leader throughout your college tenure and participation in ROTC. 6. Comprehensive Fitness - Demonstrate leader responsibilities in the Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness program to reduce and manage stress (spiritual, psychological, physical). MS410 Adaptive Leadership, Fall 2014 Syllabus Page 4 of 10

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