Oct 05, 2022
MLS 201 - Army Leadership Dynamics II 3 Credits, 3 Contact Hours
3 lecture periods 0 lab periods
Continuation of MLS 200 . Foundations of tactical leadership strategies and styles. Includes challenges of leading tactical teams in the operational environment; dynamics of adaptive leadership in military operations; and development of individual leadership styles. Also includes self-awareness, communications, and team building skills.
Prerequisite(s): MLS 200 with a C or better.
Information: Course offered in cooperation with the University of Arizona. Field trip may be required to Ft. Huachuca, AZ. Prerequisite may be waived with consent of instructor.
Course Learning Outcomes
- Explain the use of ethics in the decision-making process.
- Associate officership with the duties and responsibilities of an Army Officer.
- Build confidence and develop basic leadership and military skills.
- Explain the situational, transformation, and adaptive leadership theories and their relationship to the Army Leadership Requirements Model.
- Illustrate dimensions of transformation and situational leadership.
- Demonstrate proficiency in land navigation and orienteering.
- Demonstrate basic rifle marksmanship skills and employ weapon safety.
- Overview and Organizations
- Army on the Battlefield
- Army values
- Ethics in decision-making
- Army Threat Awareness and Reporting Program
- Threat levels and Force Protection Conditions
- National Terrorism Advisory System
- Leadership styles
- Personal leadership approach
- Leadership Development Program (LDP) process of evaluating behavior
- Leadership Activities
- Weapon Familiarization
- Land navigation
- Field Training exercise
- Tactics and Techniques
- Operations Order - five-paragraph format
- Squad, platoon, and patrol plan
- Characteristics of defense
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