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									                                       Army Leadership
                                          FM 6-22


             TLO: Master the Concepts and Application of Army Leadership
                         Advance Sheet for (ELO) Lesson 6-22-2
            Define the Army Leadership Foundations, Roles, Levels, and Teams

1. SCOPE

This lesson will define the basis for Army leadership. The goal of this block of instruction is to
assist you, as an Army leader, to understand what leadership is and does. This block of
instruction covers chapters 1-3 of FM 6-22 and is intended to supplement the first block of
instruction which was an overview of FM 6-22 covering the core concepts of Army leadership.

2. ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE

Action: Define the Army leadership foundations, roles, levels, and teams.

Conditions: Given lectures, research and study, readings, dialogue, debate, peer and instructor
feedback, mentoring and coaching, reflection and development time. This block can also be
accomplished through self study / distance learning.

Standards: Define the Army leadership foundations, roles, levels, and teams:

       2.1 Define leadership.
       2.2 Define the foundation of Army leadership.
       2.3 Recognize the roles and responsibilities of a leader.
       2.4 Define the levels of leadership.
       2.5 Recognize leader teams.
       2.6 Recognize the role of followers.

Learning Level: Application

3. COMPETENCY-BASED LEARNING REQUIREMENT(S)

Application of Army Leadership requires that students understand and can apply the core
elements of Army leadership doctrine. Common core leadership tasks include the following.

       a. Soldier Common Core Tasks
       -Apply the essential elements of Army leadership doctrine to a given situation.
       -Apply the characteristics and components of a profession to military service as an
       officer.
       -Identify ways national, Army, and individual values and professional obligations relate
       to each other.


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       -Apply leadership fundamentals to create a climate that fosters ethical behavior.
       -Identify duties, responsibilities, and authority of officers, Warrant officers,
       noncommissioned Officers, and civilians.
       -Communicate effectively as a leader.
       -Counsel subordinates.
       -Apply team development techniques to enhance unit performance.
       b. Civilian Common Core Tasks
       -Identify ways that national Army, and individual values relate to each other.
       -Apply leadership fundamentals to create a climate that fosters ethical behavior
       -Communicate effectively as a leader.
       -Apply essential elements of Army leadership doctrine to a given situation.
       -Identify duties, responsibilities, and authority of officers, warrant officers,
       noncommissioned officers, and civilians.
       -Apply team development techniques to enhance organization’s performance.

4. ISSUE MATERIAL

       a. Advance Issue: Students will review class slides, available on FM 6-22 Training CD
       and AKO FM 6-22 information site, prior to beginning the class.

       b. During Class: (Self-explanatory)

5. HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT

       a. Study Requirements:

       Read: FM 6-22, Introduction to FM 6-22; Chapters 1- 3; Lesson 2 courseware.

       Suggested Reading: Appendix B - Student Handout

       b. Bring to Class: Self-explanatory.

       c. Instructor Provided: FM 6-22 CD, FM 6-22 references found on AKO.

6. ASSESSMENT PLAN

Your assessment for this lesson will be based on individual participation during the in-class
discussion, your ability to fully engage fellow classmates and to synthesize the information
presented.




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