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    • “ My Vision for Tomorrow” Jim Butterworth Major General, GA ANG The Adjutant General
      • Mission/Vision for tomorrow – It’s more than just a letter on Valentine’s Day.
      Agenda
      • “ Let’s Talk about Me” – What you might want to know…
      • “ Let’s Talk about YOU” – What works, and what doesn’t work in today’s Georgia National Guard.
    • Before we get specific… A few of my favorite quotes:
      • “ Don't tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results.”
      • George S. Patton
      • “ The very essence of leadership is that you have to have vision. You can't blow an uncertain trumpet.”
      • Theodore M. Hesburgh
    •  
    • Before we get specific… A few of my favorite quotes:
      • I TRULY DO BELIEVE THIS ONE:
      • “ War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. The person who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself.”
      • John Stuart Mill
    • “ Esse Quam Videri”
      • -Grew up in Habersham County, Ga.
      • -Played baseball and football
      • -Still play golf when the occasion arises. I don’t get upset when I am frequently reminded that golf is just a “Good walk spoiled.”
      • -Started flying airplanes at 16
      • -UGA Grad- Class of ‘88
      • -UPT in Columbus, MS
      • -T-38 Instructor pilot
      • -C-5A/B Pilot
      • -GAANG B-1B Initial Cadre
      • QUICK FACT
      • -Born in Macon, Ga., in 1966
      • -One younger sister. She is married and the mother of 2 boys. Lives in Mooresville, NC. Her husband owns a Sports marketing business.
      • -I’m a cancer survivor.
      “ Let’s Talk About Me”
      • -Wife, Amy, and I have been married almost 17 years.
      • -We have 4 children- Blake 13, Claire 11, Jack 4 and Cate 2
      • -I served as Chairman of my home County Commission
      • -Served in the Georgia Senate
      • -Have flown for Delta for 13 years
      • -Type ratings in Boeing 727,737,757,767, DC-9 and Learjet
      • -Over 11,000 hours of flying time.
      • QUICK FACT
      • I love to “horse trade”. I believe negotiation is an art and something that needs to be done regularly in order to be effective.
      • - I’ve negotiated on anything from my wife’s engagement ring (don’t tell her) to a $25 million/10 year water contract in the middle of a 5 year drought.
      “ Let’s Talk About Me”
    • LET’S TALK ABOUT YOU !
      • More importantly…
    • Picture Layout “ Now I know who he is, but what does he expect of ME?”
    • WE ALL PLAY A PART IN HITTING THE TARGET….
      • -Always act with integrity, speak honestly and do the right thing.
      • -Be adaptable. Stay creative. Have the courage to do things differently.
      • - Respect each other - treat everyone well. Avoid confrontation. (Not a strong point with me).
      • - Motivate with a mission; lead from the heart with passion and compassion.
      • - Be adaptable. Stay creative. Have the courage to do things differently.
      • - Always look for ways to improve something
      • - Live for the future, not from the past.
      • - Work with a sense of urgency.
      • Build a team ego - inflate the people around you.
      • Show appreciation. I will Personally recognize.
      • - Be your own messenger.
      • - Act decisively - be an "intentional leader".
      • - Don't be afraid to fail.
      • - Always "be of service".
      • QUICK FACT
      • Meetings: get in - get out! Enough said, literally!
      A few more that I’m good with:
      • Vision. “A strong and growing joint military organization, recognized as a leader in strength, readiness, and innovation; an interagency partner and leader; postured for effective response; chosen for new missions and force structure, that provides opportunities for members who live the GA DOD values to realize their potential through service to the State and Nation.”
      Georgia Department of Defense Core
      • Mission. The Georgia Department of Defense provides ready and relevant military forces to the Combatant Commanders; and with the consent of the Governor, provides command, control and capabilities to support Homeland Defense and Defense Support to Civil Authorities.
      • Values. Integrity First, Service Before Self, Initiative, Teamwork, and Continuous Improvement.
      • My Personal Priorities for the Ga. DoD:
      • Care for our Members
      • Accountability and Integrity
      • Tell Our Story
      • Social Responsibility and Communities
      • Continuous Improvement
      Priorities
      • Organization Priorities:
      • Defend the Homeland
      • Support the War Fight
      • Transform the Force
    • “ For us, strength into the 21 st Century strongly depends on our willingness to adapt to a changing military and yet always stay focused on our core missions. These are the things which will keep us relevant to Georgia and to our peers. In the dynamic environment which we find ourselves, we must strive to hit our target not just sometimes, but always.” “ Always ready, Always there, ALWAYS ON TARGET!” Jim Butterworth