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2011 Navy Leader Planning Guide

  1. 1. Sailor’s Creed I am a United States Sailor.I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States of America and I will obey the orders of those appointed over me. I represent the fighting spirit of the Navy and those who have gone before me to defend freedom and democracy around the world. I proudly serve my country’s Navy combat team with Honor, Courage and Commitment. I am committed to excellence and the fair treatment of all. The Navy Ethos We are the United States Navy, our Nation’s sea power – ready guardians of peace, victorious in war. We are professional Sailors and Civilians – a diverse and agile force exemplifying the highest standards of service to our Nation, at home and abroad, at sea and ashore.Integrity is the foundation of our conduct; respect for others is fundamental to our character; decisive leadership is crucial to our success. We are a team, disciplined and well-prepared, committed to mission accomplishment. We do not waver in our dedication and accountability to our shipmates and families. We are patriots, forged by the Navy’s core values of Honor, Courage and Commitment. In times of war and peace, our actions reflect our proud heritage and tradition. We defend our Nation and prevail in the face of adversity with strength, determination, and dignity. We are the United States Navy.
  2. 2. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY CENTER FOR PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 1905 REGULUS AVENUE STE 113 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 23461-200901 January 2011Greetings,It is my distinct pleasure to provide the 2011 edition of the Naval Leader Planning Guide and the NavalLeader Weekly Planner. Our mission at the Center for Personal and Professional Development is to developthe Navy’s workforce by providing education and training opportunities that build personal, professional andleadership competencies in support of mission readiness, and this guide is one way we assist Sailors in theirdevelopment.In this edition you will find important events in the annual calendar that every Naval Leader should know, aswell as a host of other resources that will help you in your job. From course listings that your Sailors can useto further their development, to planning worksheets you can use to organize your own growth, I hope you’llfind this guide a useful tool.This product is only as useful as the information it contains, so your feedback is important for the continuousimprovement of our guide. There are a variety of ways for you to provide feedback. Feedback can besubmitted using the form in the back of this guide that you can mail, fax, or email (CPPDFeedback@navy.mil), or you can submit corrections using Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) under either the Leadership orPersonal Development pages.The Naval Leader Planning Guide and the Naval Leader Weekly Planner are not available for purchase thisyear through the Navy Forms Online webpage. Downloading the product and reproducing locally is theprimary delivery method. Commands are also authorized to use these downloaded files to request printingfrom their local printing agency. I encourage you to use one of these methods to make sure every one of yourLeaders has a copy of this product.On behalf of the staff at CPPD, thank you for using this edition of the Naval Leader Planning Guide or theNaval Leader Weekly Planner. I hope this product will assist you in being successful Naval Leaders. C. HOLLINGSWORTH CAPT, USN
  3. 3. User InformationThe Naval Leader Planning Guide (NLPG) and the Naval Leader Weekly Planner (NLWP) are published annually byCPPD. They contain calendars, important dates, references, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and other informationthat may be useful to all Naval Leaders. The 8.5” x 11” NLPG is in the standard monthly format. The 5.8” x 8.5” NLWP isin a weekly format that is designed to fit into your personal day planner/organizer binder (7-hole or 3-hole punched). Theguides and planners are available for download and may be printed by all Naval personnel.The NLPG/NLWP are also available on the NKO website in .pdf format and in a version for Outlook. URL is: https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil. After logging in, click on the Leadership tab. The pubs are in the section for Naval Leader Planning Guide2011.All observed Federal Holidays are shaded in yellow.Dates for Holy Days and Religious Observances were taken from the Interfaith Calendar website at www.interfaithcalendar.org. Legend for abbreviations used is as follows: C - Christian, OC - Orthodox Christian, J - Jewish,I - Islamic, and B - Buddhist.Historical information was taken from the Naval Historical Center and the USMC History and Museum Division websites.Feedback is extremely important to ensure the continuous improvement and future existence of this publication. Yourcomments and suggestions are encouraged and will be taken into consideration when making decisions about NLPGchanges in design and/or content. Feedback questionnaires are available in the publication; please fill them out andsubmit them.POC for content or to add your command to the distribution list e-mail: CPPDFeedback@navy.mil Dates listed in this publication are subject to change without notice, Please verify through official channels. 4
  4. 4. Table Of ContentsSAILOR’S CREED AND NAVY ETHOS ................................................................................................ (INSIDE FRONT COVER)PERSONAL INFORMATION/CHAIN OF COMMAND .................................................................................................................... 6FAVORITE WEBSITES AND QUICK E-MAIL ADDRESSES .......................................................................................................... 7CALENDAR PAGES (JANUARY 2011 THROUGH MARCH 2012) ................................................................................................ 8CENTER FOR PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOCUS AREAS .............................................................. 38LEADERSHIP CONTINUUM ........................................................................................................................................................ 39PRINCIPLES OF NAVAL LEADERSHIP ...................................................................................................................................... 40CENTER FOR PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES ..................................................................... 42CPPD LEARNING SITE, REGION, AND QUOTA CONTROL INFORMATION ............................................................................ 45CPPD LEARNING SITE, REGION, AND QUOTA CONTROL INFORMATION (RESERVES) ..................................................... 46CPPD VOLUNTARY EDUCATION PROGRAMS (VOLED) ......................................................................................................... 47CPPD NAVY COLLEGE OFFICES .............................................................................................................................................. 48CY-11 SELECTION BOARD SCHEDULE (USN) ......................................................................................................................... 50FY-11 SELECTION BOARD SCHEDULE (USMC) ...................................................................................................................... 52INFORMATION FOR ADVANCEMENT CHART........................................................................................................................... 53FITREP/EVAL/COUNSELING PLANNING CALENDAR (USN) ................................................................................................... 54REF. MARINE CORPS ORDER 1610.7F w/ CH1 DTD 1 JULY 2008 (USMC) ............................................................................ 55COMMUNITY MANAGERS/TECHNICAL ADVISORS OFFICE CODES/TELEPHONE LIST ...................................................... 56LEADERSHIP TUTOR.................................................................................................................................................................. 73INTRODUCTION TO PERSONAL PLANNING ............................................................................................................................ 76GOAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHEET ....................................................................................................................................... 80MENTORING COMPASS ............................................................................................................................................................. 81THE NAVY PROFESSIONAL READING PROGRAM .................................................................................................................. 84UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS PROFESSIONAL READING PROGRAM ........................................................................... 87MISCELLANEOUS NAVY DIRECTORY ...................................................................................................................................... 96FEEDBACK QUESTIONNAIRE ................................................................................................................................................. 100CORE VALUES CHARTER ....................................................................................................................... (INSIDE BACK COVER) 5
  5. 5. Personal Information/Chain Of CommandName: Rate/Rank:Address:Telephone: E-mail: Important Local NumbersQuarterdeck/Duty Phone:Supervisor:LPO/LCPO:Command Master Chief:Division Officer:Medical:Dental:Mentor:Career Counselor:Command Financial Specialist:Local Fleet and Family Support Center: DO NOT DISCUSS CLASSIFIED MATERIAL ON NONSECURE TELEPHONES. OFFICIAL DOD TELEPHONES ARE SUBJECT TO MONITORING FOR COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY PURPOSES AT ALL TIMES. DOD telephones are provided for the trans- mission of official government information only and are subject to communications security monitoring at all times. Use of official DOD telephones constitutes consent to telephone monitoring in accordance with DOD Directive 4640.6. 6
  6. 6. Favorite WebsitesSite Name URL Quick E-Mail Addresses 7
  7. 7. January 2011 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYPrinciples of Naval Leadership February 20111. Know yourself and seek self-improvement. • Make an honest evaluation of yourself to determine your strong and weak personal qualities. S M T W T F S • Seek the honest opinions of your friends of superiors to show you how to improve your leadership ability. 1 2 3 4 5 6 • Learn by studying the causes of success or failure of other leaders. • Develop a genuine interest in people. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 • Have specific goals and definite plans to attain them. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 • Have a systematic personal reading program that emphasizes not only professional subjects but also includes topics to help you understand people, both as individuals, and in their functioning groups. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 2 3 4 5 002/363 003/362 004/361 005/360 Twelfth Night (C) 9 10 11 12 009/356 010/355 011/354 012/353 United Nations Day 16 17 18 19 016/349 017/348 018/347 019/346 Religious Freedom Day Martin Luther King Jr. Day 23 24 25 26 023/342 024/341 025/340 026/339 30 31 030/335 031/334 “Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the only thing.” --Albert Schweitzer 8
  8. 8. January 2011 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY REMINDERS 31 1 FITREPS/Evals due: USN 365/000 001/364 31 - O-3 (All) USMC 31 - 2ndLt (Active) Mid-term Counseling due: USN New Year’s Day O-6 (All) New Year’s Day Observed Navy SEAL Teams est. (1962) E-3/2/1 (All) 6 7 8 Boards convening: 006/359 007/358 008/357 USN 10 - Active CWO to LDO/LTJG In-Service Procurement (PERS 8) 10 - Active/Reserve Enlisted to LDO/CWO In-Service Procurement (PERS 8) 11 - Active O-6 Line (PERS 8) 11 - Active O-5 Continuation (PERS 8) Epiphany (C) 11 - Reserve O-6 Line (PERS 8) Feast of Theophany (OC) 11 - Full-time Support O-6 Line (PERS 8) Feast of the Nativity (OC) 25 - CMC Screen (PERS 40FF) 25 - CMD Senior Chief (PERS 40FF) 13 14 15 27 - 2nd Qtr Spot (PERS 8) 27 - 2nd Qtr Special (PERS 8) 013/352 014/351 015/350 USMC 19 - Lt Col (Reserve) 20 - Capt 25 - Maj (Reserve) Humanitarian Day 20 21 22 020/345 021/344 022/343 E-7 Exams Tu B’shvat (J) 27 28 29 027/338 028/337 029/336 MONTHLY GOALSNOTES:This Month In HistoryJanuary 1, 1959 - U.S. Naval Observatory introduces system of uniform atomic time using cesium beam atomic oscillators. This measurement has been adopted as standard by the International Committee on Weights and Measures.January 16, 1991 - Operation Desert Storm, liberation of Kuwait from Iraq begins 9
  9. 9. February 2011 African-American History Month SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYPrinciples of Naval Leadership March 20112. Be technically and tactically proficient. • Know what is expected of you, and then expend time and energy on becoming proficient at those things. S M T W T F S • Form an attitude early on of seeking to learn more than is necessary. 1 2 3 4 5 • Observe and study the actions of capable leaders. • Spend time with those people who are recognized as technically and tactically proficient. Learn as much as you 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 can from them. 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 • Seek feedback from technically and tactically competent people concerning your own performance. Be willing to change. • Seek opportunities to apply knowledge through the exercise of command. Good leadership is acquired only 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 through practice. 27 28 29 30 31 • Prepare yourself for the job of the leader at the next higher rank. 1 2 032/333 033/332 Freedom Day Groundhog Day 6 7 8 9 037/328 038/327 039/326 040/325 Four Chaplains Sunday 13 14 15 16 044/321 045/320 046/319 047/318 Nirvana Day (B) Valentine’s Day Mawlib an Nabi (I) 20 21 22 23 051/314 052/313 053/312 054/311 Presidents’ Day Washington’s Birthday 27 28 058/307 059/306 “The time is always right to do what is right.” --Martin Luther King, Jr. 10
  10. 10. African-American History Month February 2011 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY REMINDERS FITREPS/Evals due: NOTES: USN 28 - O-2 (All) Mid-term Counseling due: None Enlisted Advancement Exams: USN Reserve E-4/5/6/7 Boards convening: 3 4 5 USN 034/331 035/330 036/329 1 - Law Education Program (PERS 4416) 1 - Active O-6 Staff (NSTC) 1 - Active O-5 Staff Continuation (PERS 8) 7 - Naval Special Warfare CO/XO Screen (PERS 415) 8 - Active O-5 Line (PERS 8) 8 - Active O-4 Continuation (PERS 8) 10 - Acquisition Corps (AC) #1 (PERS 447) Chinese New Year (B) 15 - Test Pilot #1 (PERS 434) 17 - CNRC CRF (CNRC) 23 - Reserve O-6 Staff (PERS 8) 10 11 12 23 - FTS O-6 Staff (PERS 8) 23 - Reserve O-5 Staff (PERS 8) 041/324 042/323 043/322 23 - FTS O-5 Staff (PERS 8) 28 - Active/Reserve Aviation Commander Command (PERS 43) 28 - Reserve E-8/9 (PERS 8) 28 - FTS E-8/9 (PERS 8) USMC Lincoln’s Birthday 9 - Capt (Reserve/Active Reserve) 9 - CWO (Reserve/Active Reserve) 17 18 19 048/317 049/316 050/315 24 25 26 055/310 056/309 057/308 MONTHLY GOALSThis Month In HistoryFebruary 4, 1779 - John Paul Jones takes command of Bonhomme Richard.February 13, 1854 - Admiral Perry anchors off Yokosuka, Japan to receive Emperor’s reply to treaty proposal.February 22, 1943 - USS Iowa (BB-61), the lead ship of the last class of American fast battleships, is commissioned. 11
  11. 11. March 2011 Women’s History Month SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYPrinciples of Naval Leadership April 20113. Know your subordinates and look out for their welfare. • Put the welfare of the women and men for whom you are accountable before your own welfare. S M T W T F S • See the members of your unit, and let them see you, so that every one of them may know you and feel that you know 1 2 them. Be approachable. • Let them see that you are determined to fully prepare them for the accomplishment of all missions. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 • Concern yourself with the living conditions of the members of your unit. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 • Know your unit’s mental attitude; keep in touch with their thoughts. • Ensure fair and equal distribution of rewards. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 • Provide sufficient recreational time and insist on participation. 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 • Prepare yourself for the job of the leader at the next higher rank. 1 2 060/305 061/304 6 7 8 9 065/300 066/299 067/298 068/297 Ash Wednesday (C) 13 14 15 16 072/293 073/292 074/291 075/290 Daylight Saving Begins 20 21 22 23 079/286 080/285 081/284 082/283 First Day of Spring 27 28 29 30 086/279 087/278 088/277 089/276 “Leadership may have to come in a different package. It’s got to be credible. Overall, it’s about credibility, walking the talk.” --Anne Mulcahy 12
  12. 12. Women’s History Month March 2011 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY REMINDERS FITREPS/Evals due: NOTES: USN 15-E-5 (All) 31-W-5/4/3 (All) USMC 31-Sgt (Active) Mid-term Counseling due: USN W-2 (All) E- 8/7 (All) 3 4 5 062/303 063/302 064/301 Boards convening: USN 1 - Advanced Education Voucher (AEV) (MCPON/NETC) 8 - Reserve O-5 Line (PERS 8) 8 - FTS O-5 Line (PERS 8) 15 - FTS Transfer/Redesignation #2 E-6 Exams (PERS 921) National Anthem Day 22 - Active O-5 Staff (PERS 801B) 22 - Active O-4 Staff Continuation (PERS 801B) 10 11 12 22 – Active Staff Senior Service College (PERS 801B) 069/296 070/295 071/294 25 - Active AJAG (PERS 8) 28 - Active E-9 (PERS 8) 30 - SELRES Squadron Augmentation Unit (CNATRA) USMC None E-5 Exams 17 18 19 076/289 077/288 078/287 E-4 Exams Saint Patrick’s Day 24 25 26 083/282 084/281 085/280 MONTHLY GOALS 31 090/275This Month In HistoryMarch 2, 1867 - Birthday of Civil Engineer Corps.March 3, 1871 - Navy Medical Corps established.March 7, 1966 - Department of Navy reorganized into present structure under CNO. 13
  13. 13. April 2011 Sexual Assault Awareness Month SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYPrinciples of Naval Leadership May 20114. Keep your subordinates informed. • Whenever possible, explain why tasks must be done and any pertinent amplifying instruction. S M T W T F S • Arrange to get sufficient feedback to assure yourself that immediate subordinates are passing on necessary 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 information. • Be alert to detect the spread of rumors. Stop rumors by replacing them with the truth. 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 • Build morale and esprit de corps by publicizing information concerning successes of your unit. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 • Keep your unit informed about current legislation and regulations affecting their pay, promotion, privileges and other benefits. 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 3 4 5 6 093/272 094/271 095/270 096/269 10 11 12 13 100/265 101/264 102/263 103/262 17 18 19 20 107/258 108/257 109/256 110/255 Palm Sunday (C, OC) Passover (J) 24 25 26 27 114/251 115/250 116/249 117/248 Easter (C)NOTES: “What creates trust, in the end, is the leader’s manifest respect for the followers.” --James O’Toole 14
  14. 14. Sexual Assault Awareness Month April 2011 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY REMINDERS 1 2 FITREPS/Evals due: USN 091/274 092/273 15 - E-9 (All) 30 - O-5 (All) USMC 30 - WO/CWO (Active) 30 - 1stLt (Active) 30 - 2ndLt (Reserve) April Fools’ Day Mid-term Counseling due: USN 7 8 9 O-4 (All) 097/268 098/267 099/266 Boards convening: USN 5 - Active O-4 Line (PERS 8) 5 - Active O-3 Line Continuation (PERS 8) 7 - 3rd Qtr Spot Promotion (PERS 8) 7 - 3rd Qtr Special (PERS 8) 18 - Active E-8 (PERS 8) 20 - Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) Officer (NSTC) 20 - Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training 14 15 16 Corps (NJROTC) Enlisted (NSTC) 104/261 105/260 106/259 26 - Reserve O-4 Line (PERS 8) 26 - FTS O-4 Line (PERS 8) 26 - CVN Principle Asst. (PERS 42D1) 26 - CVN Asst. Reactor Officer (PERS 42D1) 26 - EDO RASB (PERS 42D1) 26 - Surface LT and LCDR Early Command Screen (PERS 412) Federal Income Tax Day USMC 21 22 23 9 - CWO 111/254 112/253 113/252 Administrative Good Friday (C) Professionals’ Day Earth Day 28 29 30 118/247 119/246 120/245 MONTHLY GOALS Arbor DayNOTES:This Month In HistoryApril 6, 1917 - United States declares war on Germany.April 16, 1947 - Act of Congress gives Navy Nurse Corps members commissioned rank.April 30, 1798 - Congress establishes Department of the Navy. 15
  15. 15. May 2011 Asian/Pacific American History Month SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYPrinciples of Naval Leadership June 20115. Set the example. • Show your subordinates that you are willing to do the same things you ask them to do. S M T W T F S • Be physically fit, well-groomed and correctly dressed. 1 2 3 4 • Maintain an optimistic outlook. • Conduct yourself so that your personal habits are not open to criticism. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 • Exercise initiative and regard the spirit of initiative of your subordinates within your unit. 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 • Avoid showing favoritism to any subordinate. • Delegate authority and avoid over-supervision in order to develop leadership among subordinates. 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 121/244 122/243 123/242 124/241 Law Day Loyalty Day 8 9 10 11 128/237 129/236 130/235 131/234 Centennial of Naval Aviation Mother’s Day 15 16 17 18 135/230 136/229 137/228 138/227 22 23 24 25 142/223 143/222 144/221 145/220 29 30 31 149/216 150/215 151/214 Memorial Day “Leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders.” --Tom Peters 16
  16. 16. Asian/Pacific American History Month May 2011 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY REMINDERS FITREPS/Evals due: NOTES: USN 31 - O-1 (All) USMC 31 - Capt (Active) 31 - Maj (Active) 31 - LtCol (Active) 31 - Col (Active) 31 - MGySgt/SgtMaj (Reserve) Mid-term Counseling due: 5 6 7 USN E-6 (All) 125/240 126/239 127/238 Boards convening: USN 10 - Supply Corps Postgraduate Education Screen (PERS 4412) 10 - Active O-4 Staff (PERS 8) 10 - Active O-3 Staff Continuation (PERS 8) Cinco de Mayo 10 - Active Junior Service College (PERS 8) 16 - Submarine CO/XO Screen (PERS 421B) 12 13 14 16 - Reserve E-7 (PERS 8) 16 - FTS E-7 (PERS 8) 132/233 133/232 134/231 19 - CNRC Career Recruiter Force (CNRC) 23 - FTS SERAD (PERS 921) 31 - NFO to Pilot (PERS 432) 31 - Aviation Dept. Head Screen (PERS 43) USMC None 19 20 21 139/226 140/225 141/224 Armed Forces Day 26 27 28 146/219 147/218 148/217 MONTHLY GOALSNOTES:This Month In HistoryMay 13, 1908 - Navy Nurse Corps established.May 18, 1775 - Benedict Arnold captures British sloop and renames her Enterprise, first of many famous ships with that name. 17
  17. 17. June 2011 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYPrinciples of Naval Leadership July 20116. Ensure the task is understood, supervised and accomplished. • Issue every order as if it were your own. S M T W T F S • Use the established chain of command. 1 2 • Encourage subordinates to ask questions concerning any point in your orders or directives they do not understand. • Question subordinates to determine if there is any doubt or misunderstanding in regard to the task to be accomplished. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 • Supervise the execution of your orders. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 • Exercise care and thought in supervision. Over-supervision hurts initiative and creates resentment; under-supervision will not get the job done. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31NOTES: 1 152/213 5 6 7 8 156/209 157/208 158/207 159/206 D-Day 12 13 14 15 163/202 164/201 165/200 166/199 Pentecost (C) Flag Day 19 20 21 22 170/195 171/194 172/193 173/192 Father’s Day First Day of Summer 26 27 28 29 177/188 178/187 179/186 180/185 “Leaders need to be optimists. Their vision is beyond the present.” --Rudy Giuliani 18
  18. 18. June 2011 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY REMINDERS FITREPS/Evals due: NOTES: USN 15 - E-4 (All) USMC 30 - GySgt (Active) 30 - MSgt/1stSgt (Active) 30 - BGen (Active) 30 - LtCol (Reserve) 30 - MGySgt/SgtMaj (Active Reserve) 30 - Capt (Active Reserve) 30 - Maj (Active Reserve) 30 - LtCol (Active Reserve) 2 3 4 Midterm Counseling due: None 153/212 154/211 155/210 Boards convening: USN 7 - Reserve O-4 Staff (PERS 8) 7 - FTS O-4 Staff (PERS 8) 13 - Transfer/Redesignation #2 (PERS 8) 14 - Active CWO3 (PERS 8) 14 - Active CWO4 (PERS 8) Battle of Midway Begins 14 - Active CWO5 (PERS 8) 15 - Reserve Oceanographer Apply (CNMOC) 16 - Reserve CWO3 (PERS 8) 9 10 11 20 - Active E-7 (PERS 8) 160/205 161/204 162/203 23 - Reserve CWO4 (PERS 8) 25 - URL Specialty Career Path (PERS 43) USMC None 16 17 18 167/198 168/197 169/196 23 24 25 174/191 175/190 176/189 MONTHLY GOALS 30 181/184This Month In HistoryJune 10, 1854 - U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD, holds first formal graduation exercises. Previousclasses graduated without ceremony.June 17, 1898 - Navy Hospital Corps established. 19
  19. 19. July 2011 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYPrinciples of Naval Leadership August 20117. Train your unit as a team. • Study, prepare and train thoroughly, endlessly. S M T W T F S • Encourage unit participation in recreational and military events. 1 2 3 4 5 6 • Do not publicly blame an individual for the team’s failure or praise just an individual for the team’s success. • Ensure that training is meaningful, and that the purpose is clear to all members of the command. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 • Train your team based on realistic conditions. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 • Insist that every person understands the functions of the other members of the team, and the functions of the team as a part of the unit. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 3 4 5 6 184/181 185/180 186/179 187/178 Independence Day 10 11 12 13 191/174 192/173 193/172 194/171 17 18 19 20 198/167 199/166 200/165 201/164 24 25 26 27 205/160 206/159 207/158 208/157 31 212/153 NOTES: “The best [leader] is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it.” --Theodore Roosevelt 20
  20. 20. July 2011 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY REMINDERS 1 2 FITREPS/Evals due: USN 182/183 183/182 15 - E-3 (All) 15 - E-2 (All) 15 - E-1 (All) 31 - O-6 (All) USMC 31 - 2ndLt (Active) 31 - Col (Reserve/Active Reserve) Mid-term Counseling due: USN 7 8 9 O-3 (All) 188/177 189/176 190/175 Boards convening: USN 20 - Supply Corps Commander Sea Screen 21 - Permanent Military Professor (PMP) (PERS 44) 21 - Active Duty Flying CWO (PERS 43) (PERS 4412) 26 - Test Pilot #2 (PERS 434) USMC 14 15 16 None 195/170 196/169 197/168 21 22 23 202/163 203/162 204161 28 29 30 209/156 210/155 211/154 MONTHLY GOALS NOTES:This Month In HistoryJuly 1, 1850 - Naval School at Annapolis renamed Naval Academy.July 11, 1798 - Reestablishment of Marine Corps under the Constitution.July 15, 1870 - Act of Congress establishes Pay Corps, which later becomes the Supply Corps. 21
  21. 21. August 2011 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYPrinciples of Naval Leadership September 20118. Make sound and timely decisions. • Develop a logical and orderly thought process by practicing objective estimates of the situation. S M T W T F S • When time and situation permit, plan for every possible event that can reasonably be foreseen. 1 2 3 • Consider the advice and suggestions of your subordinates before making decisions. • Make sure your people are familiar with your policies and plans. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 • Consider the effects of your decisions on all members of your unit. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 213/152 214/151 215/150 Ramadan (I) 7 8 9 10 219/146 220/145 221/144 222/143 14 15 16 17 226/139 227/138 228/137 229/136 21 22 23 24 233/132 234/131 235/130 236/129 28 29 30 31 240/125 241/124 242/123 243/122 “Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.” --Dwight D. Eisenhower 22
  22. 22. August 2011 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY REMINDERS Mid-term Counseling due: NOTES: USN O-2 (All) Enlisted Advancement Exams: USN Reserve E-4/5/6 Boards convening: USN 2 - CNRC Recruiter Command 4 5 6 Advancement Program (CNRC) 2 - CNRC Career Recruiter Force (CNRC) 216/149 217/148 218/147 4 - Reserve EDO Apply (NAVSEA) 4 - VADM Stockdale Leadership Award (N131L1) 10 - SELRES AV Command (NAVRESFOR) 11 - CMD - Non-CMD (Reserve) Apply (PERS 921) 11 - 4th Quarter Spot Promotion (PERS 8) 11 - 4th Quarter Special (PERS 8) 23 - Medical Dept. CO/XO Screen (PERS 4415A) 11 12 13 223/142 224/141 225/140 USMC None 18 19 20 230/135 231/134 232/133 Naval Reserve Force established 25 26 27 237/128 238/127 239/126 MONTHLY GOALS NOTES:This Month In HistoryAugust 5, 1864 - Rear Admiral David Farragut wins Battle of Mobile Bay, sealing off last Confederate port on Gulf Coast.August 15, 1845 - Naval School at Annapolis (USNA) established in Maryland on former site of Fort Severn. 23
  23. 23. September 2011 Hispanic Heritage Month SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYPrinciples of Naval Leadership October 20119. Develop a sense of responsibility among your subordinates. • Operate through the chain of command. S M T W T F S • Provide clear, well-thought-out directions. 1 • Give your subordinates frequent opportunities to perform duties normally performed by senior personnel. • Be quick to recognize your subordinates’ accomplishments when they demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 • Correct errors in judgement and initiative in a way which will encourage the individual to try harder. 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 • Give advice and assistance freely when it is requested by your subordinates. • Let your people know that you will accept honest errors without punishment in return. 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 • Resist the urge to micromanage. 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 • Be prompt and fair in backing subordinates. • Accept responsibility willingly and insist that your subordinates live by the same standard. 30 31 4 5 6 7 247/118 248/117 249/116 250/115 Labor Day 11 12 13 14 254/111 255/110 256/109 257/108 Patriot Day Grandparent’s Day 18 19 20 21 261/104 262/103 263/102 264/101 25 26 27 28 268/097 269/096 270/095 271/094NOTES: “Organizational culture is a result of the collective behavior of senior leadership. People watch and listen.” --Charles Hollingsworth 24
  24. 24. (15 Sep - 15 Oct 2010) September 2011 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY REMINDERS 1 2 3 FITREPS/Evals due: USN 244/121 245/120 246/119 15 - E-8 (All) 15 - E-7 (All) 30 - W-2 (All) USMC 30 - SgtMaj/MGySgt (Active) 30 - Sgt (Reserve) 30 - SSgt (Reserve) 30 - GySgt (Reserve) 30 - 1stSgt/MSgt (Reserve) 30 - Capt (Reserve) 30 - Maj (Reserve) 30 - Sgt/SSgt (Active Reserve) 8 9 10 30 - GySgt (Active Reserve) 251/114 252/113 253/112 30 - 1stSgt/MSgt(Active Reserve) Mid-term Counseling due: USN W-5/4/3 (All) E-5 (All) E-6 Exams Boards convening: USN 15 16 17 8 - MSC DUINS (PERS 4415A) 12 - O-5/O-6 Information Dominance 258/107 259/106 260/105 Corps Leadership & Milestone Screening (BUPERS-31) 13 - FTS/Reserve Major Command (PERS 4417) 13 - FTS Selective Retention (PERS 921) 13 - Surface Dept. Head Screen (PERS 412) 13 - Surface LT/LCDR Early Command Constitution Day Screen (PERS 412) E-5 Exams Citizenship Day 22 - Acquisition Corps (AC) #2 (PERS 447) 28 - Enlisted Continuation Board (PERS 811) 22 23 24 USMC 265/100 266/099 267/098 (Schedule not available at time of printing) E-4 Exams First Day of Autumn 29 30 272/093 273/092 MONTHLY GOALS Rosh Hashanah Begins (J) NOTES:This Month In HistorySeptember 2, 1945 - Japan signs surrender documents on board USS Missouri (BB-63) at anchor in Tokyo Bay. Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, USN, signs for the U.S.September 3, 1885 - First classes at U.S. Naval War College begin. 25
  25. 25. October 2011 Hispanic Heritage Month SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYPrinciples of Naval Leadership November 201110. Employ your command in accordance with its capabilities. S M T W T F S • Avoid volunteering your unit for tasks that are beyond their capabilities. • Be sure that tasks assigned to subordinates are reasonable. 1 2 3 4 5 • Assign tasks equally among your subordinates. • Use the full capabilities of your unit before requesting assistance 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 2 3 4 5 275/090 276/089 277/088 278/087 9 10 11 12 282/083 283/082 284/081 285/080 Columbus Day 16 17 18 19 289/076 290/075 291/074 292/073 23 24 25 26 296/069 297/068 298/067 299/066 United Nations Day 30 31 303/062 304/061 Halloween “I would lay down my life for America, but I cannot trifle with my honor.” --John Paul Jones 26
  26. 26. (15 Sep - 15 Oct 2010) October 2011 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY REMINDERS 1 FITREPS/Evals due: USN 274/091 31 - O-4 (All) USMC 31 - 1stLt (Active) 31 - WO/CWO (Reserve) 31 - 1stLt (Reserve) 31 - WO/CWO (Active Reserve) 31 - 1stLt (Active Reserve) Mid-term Counseling due: USN 6 7 8 O-5 (All) 279/086 280/085 281/084 E-9 (All) Boards convening: USN (Schedule not available at time of printing) USMC Yom Kippur (J) (Schedule not available at time of printing) 13 14 15 286/079 287/078 288/077 U. S. Navy Birthday 20 21 22 293/072 294/071 295/070 27 28 29 300/065 301/064 302/063 MONTHLY GOALS NOTES:This Month In HistoryOctober 2, 1799 - Establishment of Washington Navy Yard.October 13, 1775 - Birthday of U.S. Navy. The Continental Congress establishes Continental Navy, later the U.S. Navy. 27

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