By Wilson L. Walker, Master Sergeant, U.S. Army Retired
This companion volume to the author’s The Complete Guide to the New NCO-ER prepares today’s soldiers for increasingly demanding leadership roles in the Army.
Indeed, if a soldier plans to remain on active duty or retire someday from a military career, he or she must attend leadership schools in order to be promoted. Going into a combat zone will not get them promoted. The assessments made by their rater and senior rater about their performance in the combat zone are what will get them promoted and into good assignments.
The author provides sound advice for anyone seeking leadership roles. Most important of all, don’t just sit back and let the new past-paced Army leave you behind.
Instead, become more proactive by learning exactly what you should know about the new NCO-ER and how to receive or write a good report with The NCO-ER Leadership Guide.
This user-friendly book is jam-packed with handy checklists, values, questions and answers, dos and don’ts, and leadership characteristics as well as sound advice on how to become a leader and get promoted.
It deals with such critical issues as Army values, competence, physical fitness, military bearing, mental and physical toughness, leadership, training, responsibility, accountability, and overall performance and potential.
Furthermore, it examines senior rater ratings and bullet comments, and outlines questions all leaders should be able to respond to with examples of correct answers. 112 pages. 6 x 9. 2005. SPECIAL: 40% discount ($8.97 each) on 100+ copies; see the quantity discounts box above for other discounts.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- You as an Army Leader
- Knowing and Training Your Soldiers
- What Is NCO-ER Leadership?
- Why Bullet Comments Are Important
- Questions All Leaders Should Be Able to Answer
THE AUTHOR: Wilson L. Walker, Master Sergeant, U.S. Army, Retired, has over 12 years experience as a promotion board member. He was Soldier of the Quarter as E-5 and Soldier of the Year as E-7. He has served as a section Chief, Platoon Sergeant, and First Sergeant. He has written three other books on career development in the Army: Becoming a Better Leader and Getting Promoted in Today’s Army, The Complete Guide to the New NCO-ER, The Self-Development Test Study Guide, and Up or Out: How to Get Promoted as the Army Draws Down.