This is an example of an Initial Counseling for a First Sergeant Memorandum of a Signal Company. It can be used as an example of how to write an initial counseling memo for a First Sergeant explaining his/her expected duties and responsibilities. This memorandum defines the expectations the writer has as a Commander for the position as a 1SG for the Signal Company. The writer wants to take the opportunity to review all of the duties and responsibilities the writer expects from the First Sergeant Read more
This is an example of an Initial Counseling for a First Sergeant Memorandum . It can be used as an example of how to write an initial counseling memo for a First Sergeant explaining his/her duties and responsibilities. The purpose of this memo is to identify and define the priorities and standards the writer expect of the headquarters and headquarters company’s First Sergeant. It covers the topics of Personnel Accountability and Management; Display a Positive Mental Attitude; Do the Right Thing Read more
Topics covered in this handbook are as follows: Adverse Actions (Unfavorable Information Files (UIFS)); Assignments/Out-Processing; Automated Records Management System (ARMS); Awards And Decorations; Base In-Processing; Base Level Service Delivery Model (BLSDM); Basic Allowance For Subsistence/Essential Station Messing (BAS/ESM); Career Status Bonus (CSB); Change Of Rater (CRO), Duty Information Update, Unit Personnel Management Roster (UPMR) Updates; Identification (ID) Cards; Customer Focal Point; Read more
Class/briefing on time management principles, it has 18 slides some with notes. Topics covered include: What is it? Why is it important to you? How do you use your time now? Approaches to managing time. Five practices of an effective executive. Why is time management important to you? Three ways to effectively manage time. Value-based time management. Self-management. What do you need to do to use time more effectively? When will you start the process? NOTE: This document Read more
A class/briefing on how to look at issues. The difference between leadership and management. NOTE: This document is in MS Word format
An in depth class/briefing that cover management and information that can be used to improve your ability to lead and manage. NOTE: This document is in MS PowerPoint
This regulation prescribes policies, responsibilities, and procedures for the management, acquisition, and use of Army–owned, Army–leased, or otherwise controlled nontactical vehicles. This regulation implements DoDD 4500.36 and incorporates information for managing Commercial Design Vehicles.
This regulation prescribes area support policy for Active Component (AC) and Reserve Component (RC) units (U.S. Army Reserve and Army National Guard of the U.S.) and activities, to include Regional Coordinating Elements (RCE), Total Army School System (TASS) Training Battalions, and individuals located outside the real property boundaries of installations. Use this regulation in conjunction with Army reimbursable policy (ARP).
This regulation prescribes policy and guidance for managing Army studies and assigns responsibilities for maintaining and improving the quality of Army studies and analyses.
This regulation consolidates the policy and guidance necessary for the establishment and utilization of a productivity improvement program. Historical Copy.
This regulation establishes the Army management improvement and productivity enhancement philosophy and related policies and responsibilities for the Total Army. Historical Copy.
This regulation prescribes policy and responsibility for the management of Army Major Item Systems (AMIS). Historical Copy.