Henry Perezalonso, CPRE

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Henry Perezalonso, CPRE
Henry Perezalonso, CPRE
The Transformation…
Who you are when you join is not
nearly as important as who you become.
 Identify the 14 Marine Corps leadership traits and how they can be used
in YOUR profession to strengthen leadership skills and build
professional credibility.
 Identify the 11 Marine Corps leadership principles that if used and
followed will help to develop and guide leaders.
Question…
 Who’s a Great Leader to your?
 What are their Leadership Traits
which you admire?
“The sum of those qualities of intellect, human understanding,
and moral character that enables a person to inspire and
control a group of people successfully.”
General John A Lejeune,
13th Commandant of the Marine Corps
Eagle
Proud Nation
Anchor
Globe
Naval
Heritage
Worldwide
Presence
HONOR
 Integrity, Responsibility, Accountability
 Doing Right When No One is Looking
COURAGE
 Do the Right Thing, In the Right Way, For the Right Reasons
 Being Stronger than Fear…Guardian of All Other Values
COMMITMENT
 Devotion to the Corps
 Compels to Continue When Others Quit…Can’t be Faked
SEMPER FIDELIS
Always Faithful
The qualities of character that everyone possesses in some capacity.
JJ DID TIE BUCKLE
Dependability
Justice
Counted on Always
Firm but Fair
Integrity
Judgment
Cornerstone of Character
Weighing facts & solutions
Decisiveness
Worst Decision is Indecision
Tact
Bearing
Dealing with Respect
Once a Marine Always a
Marine
Initiative
Every Marine is a Leader
Unselfishness
Team Before Self
Endurance
Proof of One’s Commitment
Courage
Loyalty
Pushing Through the Fear
Unending Commitment
Knowledge
Enthusiasm
Know more Today than
Yesterday
Motivation is Contagious
JJ DID TIE BUCKLE
RATE YOURSELF
Justice
Judgment
Decisiveness
Initiative
Dependability
Tact
Integrity
Endurance
Bearing
Unselfishness
Courage
Knowledge
Loyalty
Enthusiasm
Rules of Leadership That, if Used and Followed,
Will Help You to Become a Successful Leader.
Be Technically and Tactically Proficient
Know Your Job
Know Yourself and Seek Self Improvement
What Works, What Needs Help
Know Your Marines and Look out for their Welfare
Know Your People
Keep Your Marines Informed
Talk to Them - COMMUNICATE
Set the Example
Be the Example!
Ensure That the Task is Understood, Supervised & Accomplished
Do They Know, Are You Watching, Is it Done?
Train your Marines as a team
Do it Together!
Make sound and timely decisions
Decide Already…
Develop a sense of responsibility in your subordinates
Build Them Up and Trust Them
Employ your unit in accordance with its capabilities
Can They Do It?
Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions
Ask and Be Accountable
RATE YOURSELF
Be Technically and
Tactically Proficient
Know Yourself and
Seek Self Improvement
Know Your Marines
and Look out for their
Welfare
Keep Your Marines
Informed
Set the Example
Ensure That the Task is
Understood, Supervised
and accomplished.
Train your Marines as a
team
Make sound and timely
decisions
Develop a Sense of
Responsibility Among
Subordinates
Employ Your Unit in
Accordance with its
Capabilities
Seek Responsibility and
Take Responsibility
Discuss at least 2 of the Traits and Principles…
 Why are these important in what we do?
 Share when you have or will personally use this trait
“The minute you think that you’ve got everything
it takes to lead Marines, that’s when you’ve stopped
learning and stopped trying to be a better Marine.
That’s when you’ve quit on your men.“
Major T.A. Gibson
Henry Perezalonso, CPRE
Town of Danville
(925) 314-3454
[email protected]
LeadershiptheMarineCorpsWay TheUnitedStatesMarineCorps
Transformation…
Whoyouarewhenyoujoinisnotnearlyasimportantaswhoyoubecome.
MarineEmblem
 Eagle–ProudNation
 Globe–WorldwideService/Presence
 Anchor–NavalTradition/Heritage
CoreValues
 Honor–Personalintegrity‐Doingrightwhennooneislooking
 Courage–Beingstrongerthanfear…Guardianofallothervalues  Commitment–Compelstocontinuewithothersquit.Cannotbefaked.
SemperFidelis
 MarineCorpsMotto–Latinfor“AlwaysFaithful”
 OnceaMarine…AlwaysaMarine!
14LeadershipTraits
Thequalitiesofcharacterthateveryonepossessesinsomecapacity.
Goodleadershavedevelopedthesequalitiesasstrengths.
Rememberthe14leadershiptraitsbytheacronym“JJDIDTIEBUCKLE”.
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LeadershiptheMarineCorpsWay Justice‐Thepracticeofbeingfairandconsistent.
Givingrewardandpunishmentaccordingtothemeritsofthecaseinquestion.
Theabilitytoadministerasystemofrewardsandpunishmentsimpartially
andconsistently.
FIRM.BUTFAIR.
Judgment–Theabilitytothinkcalmlyandclearly.
Theabilitytoweighfactsandpossiblesolutionsonwhichtobasesound
decision.Avoidmakingrashdecisions.
LEARNINGFROMMISTAKES.LEADINGTHROUGHTHEM.
Dependability–Theabilitytoconsistentlyputforthyourbesteffort.
Thecertaintyofproperperformanceofduty.Trustedtocompleteajob
COUNTEDONALWAYS.
Integrity–Theabilitytobehonestandtruthfulinwhatyousayanddo.
Theuprightnessandsoundnessofmoralprinciples.Thequalityof
truthfulnessandhonesty.Standingupforwhatyoubelieveisright.
THECORNERSTONEOFCHARACTER
Decisiveness–Theabilitytomakegooddecisionswithoutdelay.
Decisionsaremadebygettingallfactsandweighingthemagainsteachother,
thenactingcalmlyandquickly.
THEWORSTDECISIONISINDECISION
Tact‐Theabilitytodealwithotherswithrespect.
Theabilitytoactinawaythatmaintainsgoodrelationsandavoidsproblems.
Youarepolite,calmandfirminapproach.
LEADERSHIPTHATCANADAPT,IMPROVISEANDOVERCOME
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LeadershiptheMarineCorpsWay Initiative‐Takingactionintheabsenceoforders.
Theabilitytoberesourcefultogetsomethingdonewithoutnormalmaterials
ormethodsbeingavailabletoyou.Stayingawareofwhatneedstobedone
anddoingthemwithoutbeingtold.Meetingnewandunexpectedsituations
withpromptaction.
EVERYMARINEISALEADER
Endurance–Theabilitytocontinuethroughtoughtimes.
Thementalandphysicalstaminameasuredbyone’sabilitytowithstandpain,
fatigue,stress,andhardship.
THEPROOFOFONE’SCOMMITMENT
Bearing–Howyouconductandcarryyourself
Thecreatingofafavorableimpressionincarriage,appearance,andpersonal
conductatalltimes.
ONCEAMARINEALWAYSAMARINE.
Unselfishness–Theabilitytobeconsiderateofothers
Avoidanceofprovidingforone'sowncomfortandpersonaladvancementat
theexpenseofothers.
TEAMBEFORESELF
Courage–Theabilitytoconquerfearstocontrolactions
Thementalqualitythatrecognizesfearofdangerorcriticism,butenablesa
mantoproceedinthefaceofitwithcalmnessandfirmness.
PUSHINGTHROUGHTHEFEAR
HenryPerezalonso,CPRE
LeadershiptheMarineCorpsWay Knowledge‐Theunderstandingofascienceoranart.
Therangeofone'sinformationwhichhasbeenacquiredandunderstood.
Shouldbebroadandassistsinkeepingyoucurrent.
KNOWMORETODAYTHANYESTERDAY
Loyalty–Devotiontocountry,Corpsandtothoseyouservewith.
Thequalityoffaithfulnesstocountry,Corps,andtoyourseniorsand
subordinates.SemperFidelis.
ANUNENDINGCOMMITMENT
Enthusiasm‐Thedisplayofsincereinterestandexuberanceinthe
performanceofduty.
Theabilitytobeenthusiastic,optimistic,cheerfulandwillingtoacceptthe
challengeoftheMarineCorps.Theunderstandingandbeliefinmission.
MOTIVATIONISCONTAGIOUS
11LeadershipPrinciples
AdoptingtheseprincipleswillguideyouractionswithyourMarinesandyour
unit,andprovidedirectionthroughoutyourcareer.Theskillsyoulearnnow
willstaywithyoulongafteryou'vefinishedtraining.
Theprinciplesarealsoanimportanttoolforself‐evaluation.Asyouprogress,
youcanusethemtoidentifyyourownstrengthsandweaknesses,andseek
self‐improvement.
Timetestedandprovenguidelinesofleadership.Theyarerulesofleadership
that,ifusedandfollowed,willhelpyoutobecomeasuccessfulleader.
HenryPerezalonso,CPRE
LeadershiptheMarineCorpsWay Betechnicallyandtacticallyproficient
MaintainahighlevelofcompetenceinyourMilitaryOccupationalSpecialty.
YourproficiencywillearntherespectofyourMarines.
Knowyourselfandseekself‐improvement
Usetheleadershiptraitstoevaluateyourstrengthsandweaknesses.An
accurateandclearunderstandingofyourselfandacomprehensionofgroup
behaviorwillhelpyoudeterminethebestwaytodealwithanygivensituation.
KnowyourMarinesandlookoutfortheirwelfare
YoushouldknowyourMarinesandhowtheyreacttodifferentsituations.This
knowledgecansavelives.KnowledgeofyourMarines'personalitieswill
enableyou,astheleader,todecidehowbesttoemployeachMarine.
KeepyourMarinesinformed
InformedMarinesperformbetterand,ifknowledgeableofthesituation,can
carryonwithoutyourpersonalsupervision.Providinginformationcaninspire
initiative.
Settheexample
SetthestandardsforyourMarinesbypersonalexample.TheMarinesinyour
unitallwatchyourappearance,attitude,physicalfitnessandpersonal
example.Ifyourpersonalstandardsarehigh,thenyoucanrightfullydemand
thesameofyourMarines.
Ensurethetaskisunderstood,supervisedandaccomplished
BeforeyoucanexpectyourMarinestoperform,theyneedtoknowwhatis
expectedfromthem.Communicateyourinstructionsinaclear,concise
manner,andallowyourMarinesachancetoaskquestions.Checkprogress
periodicallytoconfirmtheassignedtaskisproperlyaccomplished.
HenryPerezalonso,CPRE
LeadershiptheMarineCorpsWay TrainyourMarinesasateam
TrainyourMarineswithapurposeandemphasizetheessentialelementsof
teamworkandrealism.Teachyourunittotrain,playandoperateasateam.Be
surethatallMarinesknowtheirpositionsandresponsibilitieswithintheteam
framework.
Makesoundandtimelydecisions
Rapidlyestimateasituationandmakeasounddecisionbasedonthat
estimation.There'snoroomforreluctancetomakeadecision,reviseit.
Marinesrespecttheleaderwhocorrectsmistakesimmediately.
Developasenseofresponsibilityinyoursubordinates
ShowyourMarinesyouareinterestedintheirwelfarebygivingthemthe
opportunityforprofessionaldevelopment.Assigningtasksanddelegating
authoritypromotesmutualconfidenceandrespectbetweentheleaderand
theteam.
Employyourunitinaccordancewithitscapabilities
Successfulcompletionofataskdependsuponhowwellyouknowyourunit's
capabilities.Seekoutchallengingtasksforyourunit,butbesureyourunitis
preparedforandhastheabilitytosuccessfullycompletethemission.
Seekresponsibilityandtakeresponsibilityforyouractions
Activelyseekoutchallengingassignmentsforyourprofessionaldevelopment.
Seekingresponsibilitiesalsomeansthatyoutaketheresponsibilityforyour
actions.Youareresponsibleforallyourunitdoesorfailstodo.Stickbyyour
convictionsandbewillingtoacceptjustifiedandconstructivecriticism.
“Theminuteyouthinkthatyou’vegoteverythingittakestoleadMarines,that’s
whenyou’vestoppedlearningandstoppedtryingtobeabetterMarine.That’s
whenyou’vequitonyourmen.“
MajorT.A.Gibson
HenryPerezalonso,CPRE
LeadershiptheMarineCorpsWay 14LeadershipTraits
RateYourself
(LowesttoHighest)
11LeadershipPrinciples
Justice
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Judgment
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Dependability
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Integrity
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Decisiveness
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Tact
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Initiative
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Endurance
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Bearing
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Unselfishness
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Courage
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Knowledge
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Loyalty
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Enthusiasm
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RateYourself
(LowesttoHighest)
Betechnicallyandtacticallyproficient
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Knowyourselfandseekself‐improvement 12345
KnowyourMarinesandlookoutfortheir
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welfare
KeepyourMarinesinformed
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Settheexample
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Ensurethetaskisunderstood,supervised
andaccomplished
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TrainyourMarinesasateam
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Makesoundandtimelydecisions
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Developasenseofresponsibilityinyour
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Employyourunitinaccordancewithits
capabilities
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Seekresponsibilityandtakeresponsibility
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