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Title: Army Principles Can Help The New Manager (Part Two)
Author: Pamela Tyree Griffin
Article ID: 39223
Article Section: Business Management

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The U.S. Army's Eleven Leadership Principles: • BE TACTICALLY AND TECHNICALLY PROFICIENT (Part Two) • Know yourself and seek self-improvement • Know your soldiers and look out for their welfare • Keep your soldiers informed • SET THE EXAMPLE(Part One) • Ensure the task is understood, supervised and accomplished • Train your soldiers as a team • Make sound and timely decisions • Develop a sense of responsibility in your subordinates • Employ your unit in accordance with its capabilities • Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions The rules that the Army uses can certainly be translated to the business world. A new manager especially may find these rules will apply to a organization that desires to be well run. (This is part two of eleven) Be tactically and technically proficient

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