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Encampment Executive Staff

Encampment Executive Staff. CCSC – Fall CTEP 2009 C/Capt Juje Leano. Overview. Structure Positions Job descriptions Responsibilities and expectations. To do great things is difficult; but to command great things is more difficult. Friedrich Nietzsche. Organizational Chart.

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Encampment Executive Staff

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  1. Encampment Executive Staff CCSC – Fall CTEP 2009 C/Capt Juje Leano

  2. Overview • Structure • Positions • Job descriptions • Responsibilities and expectations To do great things is difficult; but to command great things is more difficult.Friedrich Nietzsche

  3. Organizational Chart Cadet Commander Cadet Executive Officer Cadet Deputy Commander Squadron Commander Squadron Commander Admin OIC PAO OIC Logistics OIC 1st Sgt Comm. OIC 1st Sgt Medical OIC Mess Op OIC Flight Cdr Flight Cdr Flight Cdr Flight Cdr Flight Cdr Flight Cdr

  4. Positions • Cadet Commander (C/Lt Col – C/Col) • Cadet Deputy Commander (C/Maj. – C/Col) • Cadet Executive Officer (C/Maj. – C/Lt Col) • Squadron Commander (C/Capt – C/Maj.) If you don't know where you are going, you'll end up someplace else.Yogi Berra

  5. Cadet Commander (C/CC) • Responsible for conduct of encampment • Assists in selection of command staff • Provides vision and focus to cadet staff • Role model for all cadet staff • Provides counseling when appropriate Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory.  General George Patton Jr

  6. Cadet Commander, cont’d. • Serves as link between cadet and senior staff • Responsible for updated/accurate schedule • Facilitates planning prior to encampment • Ensures completion of After Action reports Success demands a high level of logistical and organizational competence.General George S. Patton, Jr

  7. Cadet Deputy Commander (C/DC) • Coordinates the encampment training • Responsible for training of “line” staff • Adheres to established cadet training schedule • Complies with encampment programs • Academic, Physical Fitness, Training Leadership and learning are indespensible to each other. John F. Kennedy

  8. Cadet Deputy Commander, cont’d. • Supports the C/CC in his/her duties • Monitors flight training • Assigns project officers to special tasks • Evaluates daily progress reports completed by flight staff Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality.Warren G. Bennis

  9. Cadet Executive Officer (C/XO) • Coordinates and directs support staff • Responsible for training of all support staff • Conducts staff meetings with support staff • Assists/evaluates OIC’s • Coordinates to prevent conflicts Character matters. Leadership descends from character. Rush Limbaugh

  10. Cadet Squadron Commander • Responsible direction of their units • Evaluates effectiveness of training • Supervises 1st Sgt’s performance • Assists/evaluates OIC’s • Motivates flight staff • Ensures daily progress reports completed by Flight Commanders A good objective of leadership is to help those who are doing poorly to do well and to help those who are doing well to do even better. Warren G. Bennis

  11. Responsibilities and Expectations • Keep open channel of communication • Set the example for your subordinates • Prompt completion of tasks – before, during, after • Respect for authority • On time to meetings and scheduled activities • Positive attitude … you are responsible for the training of Texas Wing’s future cadet leaders. Set high goals for yourself and your followers, and attain them.

  12. Summary • Positions of Executive staff at an encampment • Structure and set up of the staff • Job descriptions of each position • Responsibilities and expectations

  13. Squadron Executive Staff CCSC – Fall CTEP 2009 C/Capt Juje Leano

  14. Positions • Cadet Commander (C/Capt. – C/Col) • Cadet Deputy Commander (C/Capt. – C/Lt Col) • Cadet Executive Officer (C/Capt. – C/Lt Col)

  15. Cadet Commander (C/CC) • Set goals for the squadron • Weekly, quarterly, yearly • Establish plans, policies, and procedures • Coordinate cadet staff activities • Make personnel recommendations • Direct the cadet corps • Promote excellence • Leads D&C with regards to Squadron Formations, etc.

  16. Cadet Deputy Commander (C/DC) • Manages cadet operations • Supervises and mentors flight commanders • Monitors cadet inspection programs • Recommends duty assignments • Steps up for C/CC when needed

  17. Cadet Deputy Commander (C/DC) • Supervises and coordinates cadet support staff • Develops or helps manage websites, rosters, cadet supply system, calendars, etc. • Manages local personnel programs • Uniform inspection records, cadet of the month, etc.

  18. Questions? Cadet Commander (C/CC) • Sets Goals for the Squadron -(Weekly, -Quarterly, -Yearly) • Establishes Plans, Policies & Procedures • Coordinates Cadet Staff Activities • Direct the Cadet Corps • Promotes Excellence Excellence is the gradual result of always striving to do better. Pat Riley

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