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  • Slide 2 - “Leaders do not appear fully developed out of whole cloth. A maturation must occur to allow the young leaders to grow into the responsibilities required of senior institutional leaders and commanders.” General John P. Jumper, Former CSAF
  • Slide 3 - Air Force Doctrine Document 1-1 Foundational Doctrine Statements Fundamental Elements of Air Force Leadership Components of Air Force Leadership OVERVIEW
  • Slide 4 - Air Force Doctrine Document (AFDD) 1-1 Purpose Establishes doctrinal guidance for leadership and force development Application Applies to all active duty, AF Reserve, Air National Guard, and AF civilians
  • Slide 5 - Air Force Doctrine Document (AFDD) 1-1 Scope Baseline for all AF leaders Essential for success in rapidly responsive operations Describes the proper use of air and space forces in military operations Serves as a guide for the exercise of professional judgment rather than a set of inflexible rules
  • Slide 6 - Foundational Doctrine Statements Leadership is the art and science of motivating, influencing and directing people to accomplish the assigned mission Leadership does not equal command, but ALL commanders should be leaders AF ethic consists of three fundamental and enduring values: Integrity, Service, and Excellence
  • Slide 7 - Foundational Doctrine Statements Abilities of a leader which are derived from innate capabilities and built from experience, education, and training, can be improved upon through deliberate development. Can someone be a born leader?
  • Slide 8 - Elements of AF Leadership People - execute and accomplish the mission Mission - objective, or task to be accomplished
  • Slide 9 - Elements of AF Leadership Mission – Why we are here! Primary task Motivate influence, and direct people to carry out the mission
  • Slide 10 - Elements of AF Leadership People – Heart of the organization Perform the mission Leader must care, support, and develop people Never forget the importance of “Airmen” ANY USAF member (officer or enlisted; active, reserve, or guard; and Department of the AF civilians)
  • Slide 11 - Elements of AF Leadership ANY Air Force member can be a leader and can positively influence others Air Force concept of leadership Vast majority of Air Force leaders are not commanders Members simultaneously serve as both leaders and followers at every level of the Air Force
  • Slide 12 - Elements of AF Leadership Effective leadership transforms human potential into effective performance in the present and prepares capable leaders for the future.
  • Slide 13 - Components of AF Leadership Institutional Competencies Qualities coupled with occupational skill sets that Air Force leaders develop as they progress along levels of increased
  • Slide 14 - Institutional Competencies Personal Leadership – face-to-face, interpersonal relations that directly influence human behavior and values People/Team Leadership – interpersonal and team building relationships that create a healthy climate Organizational Leadership – establishing structure, allocating resources, and articulating strategic vision
  • Slide 15 - Leadership Levels and Competencies
  • Slide 16 - Personal Competencies Embodies Airman Culture Ethical Leadership Followership Warrior Ethos Develops Self
  • Slide 17 - Personal Competencies Communicating Speaking and Writing Active listening
  • Slide 18 - People/Team Competencies Leading People Developing and Inspiring Others Taking Care of People Fostering Diversity Fostering Collaborative Relationships Builds Teams and Coalitions Negotiating
  • Slide 19 - Organizational Competencies Employing Military Capabilities Operational and Strategic Art Unit, Air Force, Joint, and Coalition Capabilities Non-adversarial Crisis Response
  • Slide 20 - Organizational Competencies Enterprise Perspective Enterprise Structure and Relationships Government Organization and Processes Global, Regional and Cultural Awareness Strategic Communication
  • Slide 21 - Organizational Competencies Strategic Thinking Vision Decision-Making Adaptability
  • Slide 22 - Organizational Competencies Managing Organizations and Resources Resource Stewardship Change Management Continuous Improvement
  • Slide 23 - Components of AF Leadership Leadership Actions Decisive actions leaders use to get things done. Air Force leaders influence and improve their units in order to accomplish their military mission
  • Slide 24 - Leadership Actions Influence Communication Motivation Standards Decisiveness Improve Development and learning Accomplish Enhanced by influence and improvement
  • Slide 25 - Air Force Doctrine Document 1-1 Foundational Doctrine Statements Fundamental Elements of Air Force Leadership Components of Air Force Leadership SUMMARY
  • Slide 26 - “We intend to develop leaders who motivate teams, mentor subordinates, and train successors.” General John P. Jumper, Former CSAF

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