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SGM Joe Frost explores the importance of liker-ship in building cohesive teams, based on his article 'Changing the "Liker-ship" Mindset.', in the latest episode of the NCO Journal Podcast. Spotify https://t.co/WPn5JJN5PL DVIDS https://t.co/M9TPCSx63x Apple https://t.co/eTkbymgdd8
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SGM Joe Frost explores the importance of liker-ship in building cohesive teams, based on his article 'Changing the "Liker-ship" Mindset.', in the latest episode of the NCO Journal Podcast. Spotify https://t.co/WPn5JJN5PL DVIDS https://t.co/M9TPCSx63x Apple https://t.co/eTkbymgdd8
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"Resilience Through Counseling: Empowering Soldiers for Lifelong Success" by SGM Nicholas Beauchamp and Ret. CSM Manuel Atencio explores the critical role of counseling in shaping Soldiers' professional development. Link: https://t.co/SfjkkS36fo @USArmy #MilitarySuccess
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"Resilience Through Counseling: Empowering Soldiers for Lifelong Success" by SGM Nicholas Beauchamp and Ret. CSM Manuel Atencio explores the critical role of counseling in shaping Soldiers' professional development. Link: https://t.co/SfjkkS36fo @USArmy #MilitarySuccess
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"Resilience Through Counseling: Empowering Soldiers for Lifelong Success" by SGM Nicholas Beauchamp and Ret. CSM Manuel Atencio explores the critical role of counseling in shaping Soldiers' professional development. Link: https://t.co/SfjkkS36fo @USArmy #MilitarySuccess
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“Communication usually fails, except by accident.” This old observation still rings true. How do you fight miscommunication in the Army, with its diversity of specialties and backgrounds? Learn more: https://t.co/CZDfTefLzt @NCOLCoE @USArmy @USArmySMA @TRADOC @FORSCOM
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“Communication usually fails, except by accident.” This old observation still rings true. How do you fight miscommunication in the Army, with its diversity of specialties and backgrounds? Learn more: https://t.co/CZDfTefLzt @NCOLCoE @USArmy @USArmySMA @TRADOC @FORSCOM
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MSG Anthony Burroughs joins the NCO Journal Podcast to discuss his article, “What if Soldiers Acted Their “Wage?” and how “quiet quitting” fails the Army’s mission. DVIDS: https://t.co/U3XM7zSsgZ Spotify: https://t.co/W7P6wbRcON Apple: https://t.co/R2R8EEkuEc #ArmyLife @USArmy
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@Asst_to_the_RM Would love to see this list as an article submission. https://t.co/QZ0yKEUon1
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Join the NCO Journal team and their guest, CSM Tammy Everette, in a casual conversation where they discussed personal experiences and other interesting topics. DVIDS: https://t.co/6ovcyZ8BN1 Spotify: https://t.co/Qxtgofop5c Apple: https://t.co/jj8lxWYn8t #NCOJSTP @NCOLCoE
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New Episode Alert: Sergeant’s Time Podcast Goes Up Tomorrow! Our guest, commandant of the NCO Leadership Center of Excellence, CSM Tammy Everette, joins the NCO Journal team in a conversation that offers you compelling stories and valuable insights. #NCOJSTP @NCOLCoE @USArmy https://t.co/o8mUG8UUtd New Episode Alert: Sergeant’s Time Podcast Goes Up Tomorrow!
Our guest, commandant of the NCO Leadership Center of Excellence, CSM Tammy Everette, joins the NCO Journal team in a conversation that offers you compelling stories and valuable insights.
#NCOJSTP @NCOLCoE @USArmy https://t.co/o8mUG8UUtd
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The @NCOJournal is honored to announce Sergeant's Time Podcast guest, commandant of the NCO Leadership Center of Excellence, CSM Tammy Everette. Mark your calendars for February 9th. #NCOJSTP #NCOLCoE @USArmy @NCOLCoE https://t.co/tFbhPLGL1a The @NCOJournal is honored to announce Sergeant's Time Podcast guest, commandant of the NCO Leadership Center of Excellence, CSM Tammy Everette.
Mark your calendars for February 9th.
#NCOJSTP #NCOLCoE
@USArmy @NCOLCoE https://t.co/tFbhPLGL1a
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Historic recruitment shortfalls threaten the armed forces. Could joint recruiting strategies be the answer? MSG Nick Chalos III thinks so. Read more here https://t.co/NcBSUz4zIE #JointRecruiting #Recruiting @usarec @USArmy @TRADOC
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Is using robots in war humane? Is our society ready to make the transition from flesh-and-blood Soldiers to machines? MSG Ian M. Shaughnessey examines the complex issues surrounding combat, robot integration, and AI. Read more here https://t.co/fWATcRcXDZ #ArmyTech @USArmy
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RT @USArmyDoctrine: New! The audiobook version of FM 3-60, ARMY TARGETING is now available. FM 3-60 provides guidance on targeting processe…
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MSG Jason Pickett joins the podcast to discuss his article, "The ACFT: Soldiers Over Scores," where he argues that the ACFT score shouldn't be overemphasized when promoting Soldiers. DVIDS: https://t.co/AdVmlHqABh Spotify: https://t.co/bHz0Ry6MBS Apple: https://t.co/01Q6PMHCeg
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SGM Joseph Frost states that to build cohesive teams; modern leaders must understand the value of liker-ship in his article, "Changing the "Liker-ship" Mindset." Read here: https://t.co/bshszqIyvs #ArmyLeadership #NCOs #ArmyLeadership @USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM
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RT @USArmyDoctrine: How cold is too cold? The Special Doctrine team here at CADD is developing new doctrine for extreme cold weather operat…
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RT @USArmyDoctrine: How cold is too cold? The Special Doctrine team here at CADD is developing new doctrine for extreme cold weather operat…
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In his article, “What if Soldiers Acted Their “Wage?”,” 1SG Anthony Burroughs addresses how new Soldiers “quiet quitting” behavior fails the Army’s mission. Link: https://t.co/PCK02Dm3Ja #USArmy #QuietQuitting #ArmyLife @USArmy @TRADOC @FORSCOM
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