(3) The term fundamentals of leadership
refers to the art of influencing people to work
toward a specific goal.
(3) A successful leader will neither criticize
others for his or her mistake nor hide this
mistake from subordinates. Taking steps to
avoid repeating the error is the appropriate
action when an error has been committed.
(1) Since an individuals values and beliefs
are influenced by childhood experiences,
ethnic background, and religious heritage, an
effective leader should take these differences
into account in his or her leadership.
(3) Initiative, dedication and accountability
are traits that are common to all successful
(3) Survival consists of the basics we need to
sustain life, thus it is the most important level
of human behavior.
(4) Every person has different wants and
desires; therefore, he or she has a different
emotional makeup that cannot be changed.
(4) Without a proper understanding of the
technical language of your rate, you will be
unable to communicate effectively, and will
misinterpret official publications. These
problems will affect your advancement.
(1) When reporting status, do not stretch the
truth nor take up more of your superiors time
than is absolutely necessary.
(2) You should never promise an award
because awards come through the chain of
(2) Constructive feedback is used help the
individual improve his or her performance.
(4) The four types of advising and counseling
sessions are personal, career, performance,
(1) Improvements under the continuous
improvement program should be standardized
to make the improvements available to
everyone. Standardization results in ease of
use and will meet all applicable standards.
(1) Top performance from our Navy
personnel can be expected only when their
knowledge and skills are up to the
requirements for their billets.
(4) Assignment to fleet and service schools is
not the responsibility of the training petty
officer. This decision is made by the Sailors
chain of command.
(2) By using thought-provoking questions in a
classroom discussion, all participants are
encouraged to voice their opinions and
thoughts about the material.
(3) Procedures that will be physically
repeated by a trainee require a physical
demonstration in order for them to observe
and later perform the procedure.
(2) Exposed training aids may distract the
groups attention from other steps in the
(3) Members who are inactive in the CTT
process for a period of 24 months must repeat