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Tuesday, December 18, 2012
As First Class Petty Officers, and prospective Chief Petty Officers< you play a vital role the development and mentorship of junior Sailors. Training and guidance strengthen their leadership skills and are important for ensuring their success. Building a foundation of knowledge and experience will ensure mission readiness. Becoming a Chief carries even greater responsibility as these leaders are charged and accountable for the professional development of and guidance of Sailors and junior officers across the Fleet. Maintaining technical proficiency, as well as enhancing skills as leaders, is paramount to the success of the men and women who serve and to the mission of the Navy. Since we serve in a mission focused, operational Navy, we need to be able to adapt to our environments and times to effectively connect with each other. The Windjammers’ mission is global in scope; this side will provide one means to achieve that need by providing a world-wide accessible forum to discuss fundamental concepts and issues concerning leadership.
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