New officers must learn how to speak AND write SITREPs to best inform their chains of command. You get excellent training on saying STIREPs over the radio during your cadet
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How do you know if you’re a good communicator? Joe McCormack’s book “Brief” Make A Bigger Impact By Saying Less argues that we’re not as good at communicating as we think.
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We all have a boss somewhere, even if it is yourself. I have been a boss and subordinate for most of my military career and have learned to understand what
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