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  • 1. August 2010 020/10 Sailor Gram News you can use from Navy Total Force Brilliant on the Basics – SAILOR “Recognizing our Sailors and Navy Team Members” The end of tour should not be the only time a Sailor or civilian is recognized. Recognition can also include specific action awards, Flag Letters of Commendations, Letters of Appreciation, highlighting accomplishments in the POD, and other public venues, or nominations for special programs. Be creative, praise in public, and make sure your Sailors know they are appreciated and valued. The Power of Positive leadership is infectious and every leader has the tools of recognition available to them to ensure outstanding performance is reinforced and always appreciated. Meritorious Mast is for the purpose of publicly and officially commending a member of the command for noteworthy performance of duty. Sailors can be recognized by a Commanding Officer for outstanding performance at mast. Such a proceeding is called a "meritorious mast." Recognizing those who support us: Recognition should also be extended to the civilians on our Navy team. An award will help document the performance justification during performance review for Navy civilian employees. This will help ensure our best civilians are properly rewarded. Feel free to be creative ... Have you thought about spouse appreciation days, Ombudsman recognition, or inviting the volunteers at FFSC or the Navy College Office for a tour and lunch? Leadership questions to consider: 1) How often do you conduct an awards board to review the success of our Sailors and team members? 2) Does your awards board include leadership representatives from across the command to include Senior Enlisted? 3) How often do you conduct award recognition ceremonies? 4) Success includes advancements, retirements, and reenlistments: Are these special events in your command? Weapons are our systems. It is truly our Sailors, Civilians, and Volunteers who enable our Navy’s Success. 2010 Navy Sailors of the Year When you reinforce positive performance through Resource Links: public recognition, you raise the level of performance Navy Awards: of each member of the team. In doing so you strengthen the entire team as all strive to grow Unofficial but very useful Navy ribbon checker: success. Never under estimate the Power of Positive (POP) Leadership. –FLTCM Benning