(i) Instill the feeling of unit pride, integrity, and loyalty.
(j) Supervise the execution of established policy.
(7) Maintain established standards of professionalism and performance.
(a) Conduct special training to resolve areas of training weakness.
(b) Train subordinates to meet, and then exceed, standards.
(c) Provide up-to-date information for all levels of training
(d) Set the example, so that subordinates can see the professional
NCO in action.
(8) Demonstrate proficiency in and teach leadership traits.
(a) Professional ethics.
(b) Technical competence.
(c) Tactical competence.
(g) Management ability.
(h) Planning ability.
(b) Decision-making ability.
(b) Soldier-team development ability.
In the role of enlisted leader, the M6 practical nurse manager must remember
that he is responsible for the development of subordinate personnel. Therefore, when
teaching, strive to teach excellence. When leading, lead by example. Only by
demonstrating personal and professional excellence can the practical nurse manager
motivate subordinates to develop competence, commitment, and integrity. The practical
nurse must demonstrate both candor and tact when dealing with people. The practical