The Effect of Toxic Leadership local copyby Aubrey, paper at Army War College, Mar When focusing on toxic leadership, many researchers emphasize the symptoms of toxicity individual characteristics, traits and not the disease culture, climate, outcomes. Culture is a key strategic factor in predicting behaviors and outcomes. A survey of more than 22, leaders from the rank of E-5 through O-6 and Department of Defense DoD civilians showed that roughly one in five sees his or her superior as toxic or unethical. This paper highlights the nature, frequency, severity, and trepidations of toxic leadership in the military and recommends three strategies for adoption to shape a more positive and effective leadership culture and policy for the future.
I welcome your thoughts and suggestions! Be technically and tactically proficient. Develop a sense of responsibility among your subordinates. Make sound and timely decisions. Know your people and look out for their welfare.
Keep your people informed. Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions. Ensure assigned tasks are understood, supervised, and accomplished.
Train your people as a team. Employ your team in accordance with its capabilities. For an expanded discussion of this list, check out the Combat Leaders website post, 11 Timeless Principles of Military Leadership.
The day Soldiers stop bringing you their problems is the day you have stopped leading them.
Remember, we are looking for overarching principles, not just useful leadership adages. Add your thoughts in the comment section. Teach the basics…then teach them again.
Take frequent moments to acknowledge and recognize the sacrifices your service members and families are making. There is nothing more important than accomplishing the mission…except for taking care of your people.
The best leaders are able to show, when appropriate, both confidence and humility. Good ideas have no rank. Leadership is not a thing; it is a relationship. Take care of the little things and the big things will take care of themselves. Everything takes 8 times as long as you think it will.Leadership related research at Air University - selected papers below Hispanics: an Untapped Leadership Resource, AWC research paper ; Centralized Command - Decentralized Execution: Implications of Operating in a Network Centric Warfare Environment, AWC research paper ; Degree Feedback: Key to Translating Air Force Core Values Into Behavioral Change, AWC research paper.
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