Wright Brothers Test

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Warriors defend this valuable thing.

their personal honor

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What are the core values?

integrity, respect, volunteer service, and excellence

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What is integrity?

It is the willingness to do what is right, even when no one is looking.

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What is respect?

It is being respectful and treating others as you would like to be treated.

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What is volunteer service?

It is about selflessness; it is the difference between giving and taking.

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What is excellence?

It giving it your best, no matter what challenge is facing you.

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What is self-awareness?

It is the ability to monitor and judge your own actions.

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Define self-discipline.

It is the ability to direct your thoughts, emotions, and actions toward a meaningful purpose.

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Define attitude.

It is the state of mind that lies behind your every action.

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All attitudes are what?

contagious

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A positive attitude begins in what?

It begins in the realization that attitude is a choice to be positive or negative.

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Everyone must answer for their actions regardless of what?

rank

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What is an oath?

It is a solemn promise.

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What does the uniform teach you?

self-discipline, personal responsibility, and self-respect

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A single person's conduct reflects on who?

everyone else in the group

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A unit's performance on the drill field is a measure of the cadet's sense of what?

self-discipline

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What is the chain of command?

It is the order of authority.

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Final responsibility for getting a job done should be assigned to how many people?

one

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What is a benefit of the chain of command?

It re-enforces the idea that everyone is held accountable for their actions by someone above them.

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Leadership hierarchies are used by what?

most organizations

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When is the chain of command most efficient?

It is most efficient when issues are resolved at the lowest possible level.

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Jumping the chain should be what?

avoided

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What do you need to practice to be a leader?

self-management

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What is self-management?

Is it the process of directing and controlling your actions so that you can achieve your goals in life.

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What is future picture?

It is a clear and compelling description of what you want your life to look like at some point in the future.

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Describe the goal setting process.

dream big, identify a goal and write it down, list the steps needed, get help, work towards your goal

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What do goals give you?

a sense of mission, a rudder, and a meaningful purpose

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What process do good leaders follow?

a decision making process

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What should you do before you make a decision?

You should stop and think.

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If you have a problem, what should you do?

You should define it and write it down.

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What is brainstorming?

It is a method used to generate a large number of creative ideas.

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Who are stakeholders?

They are people who have a stake in the solution.

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When you create a solution, what should you see how it relates to?

the core values

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What should you do before you decide and act?

You should pause if you can.

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What do good leaders do concerning their decisions?

They re-evaluate and change course if necessary.

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Leader who make bad initial decisions often find themselves caught in what?

the ethical trap

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Describe the ethical trap.

It consists of a primary and a secondary ethical decision. A poor primary ethical decision leads to a secondary ethical decision.

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What is time management?

It is the process of organizing and using your time wisely.

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What is efficiency?

It is a broad term used to describe how well a leader is making use of their time and other resources.

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What is an easy way to save time?

pay attention

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It costs time to what?

save time

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Not all work is what?

productive

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Define uptime.

It is the amount of time someone is actually working.

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Define downtime.

It is the time spent waiting to work.

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Define procrastination.

Is it the practice of putting off a task for no good reason.

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If you know you're procrastinating, what should you do?

You should identify why you are avoiding the task.

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What are some ways to overcome procrastination?

consider your peace of mind, break it up into smaller jobs, jump right in, publicly commit to work, use rewards

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What are some ways to manage your time?

keep a calender or notepad, wear a watch, create a to do list, make a time inventory, allow for flexibility

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What is an essential time management tool?

prioritized to do lists

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Once you know exactly how you're spending your time what can you do?

You can manage it better.

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People have a need for what?

fun, spontaneity, and relaxation

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What is stress?

It is the body's response to change.

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What is a stressor?

It is anything that causes stress.

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Who is more prone to stress than adults?

young people

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What is resilience?

It is the ability to recover from adversity.

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People who try to fix their problems tend to be what?

emotionally healthier

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What are some tactics to avoid stress?

avoid things that bring you down, let things go, exercise, relax, eat and sleep well

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What is exercise?

It is the most important part of a stress management plan.

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What can you do by practicing relaxation techniques?

You can relax so that stress hormones stop firing.

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What is important part of any healthy lifestyle?

good nutrition

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How many hours of sleep each night do teenagers require?

9-10

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Having coping skills can help you what?

They can help you win your battles with stress.

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Coping skills are especially important for who?

leaders

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As a leader, what ability is always on display?

self-control

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What does team stand for?

Together Everyone Achieves More

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What is a team?

It is a collection of individuals who are committed to working together to achieve a common goal.

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Using individual's skills to their advantage is a quality of what?

a great team

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Who do team members often look to for leadership?

one another

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Why is a sense of team spirit important?

It builds trust.

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What is synergy?

Is it the idea that by working together, we can achieve more than if we were working alone.

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Effective team members possess what quality?

self-discipline

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What does teamwork require?

sacrifice

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What, besides attitudes, is contagious?

enthusiasm

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Who must be loyal, supportive, and committed to a mission?

a team member

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Who is a mentor?

They are a close, trusted, and experienced adviser.

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List somethings mentors do.

They challenge you, are your friends, are your guides, and are your tutors.

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List some qualities you need must have to be a mentor.

You are eager to learn, are humble, and are ambitious.

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Who is responsible for doing your work and solving your problems?

You are.

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What is listening?

Is it the process of receiving, deciphering, and responding to spoken and non-verbal messages.

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What is the most neglected communication skill?

listening

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Listeners focus on what?

meaning

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Having one mouth and two ears, we should what?

We should spend twice as much time listening as we do talking.

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List some reasons why someone wouldn't listen well.

They are thinking about what to say next, are hearing what they expect, are not paying attention, or being prejudiced.

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How do you listen actively?

You have to prepare, adjust, focus, pay attention, think, take notes, and confirm the message.

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What should you do when a speaker's mouth opens?

You should close your mouth and open your ears.

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What should you be aware of and work to overcome when adjusting to a situation?

factors that affect your ability to concentrate

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What you should you focus on when listening to a speaker?

key points

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Why do speakers use non-verbal actions such as facial expressions or gestures?

to add meanings to the words they say

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What is the purpose of note taking?

It is to summarize the speakers main points.

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How should you respond to a speaker?

in a way that reflects your best understanding of their message

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What is the main goal of communications?

It is not just to receive sounds but to share meaning.

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When does feedback take place?

when you return to the speaker a portion of the message they send you

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What is dialogue?

It is when two or more people reason together about a topic.

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What are questions?

They are a form of teamwork where the speaker and listener work together to share meaning.

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What do knowledge questions ask?

"what"

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What do understanding questions ask?

"why"

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What do synthesis questions ask?

"how"

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Define critical reading.

It is the process of examining, analyzing, and evaluating the writer's message.

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What method can you use to improve your reading comprehension?

SQ3R: Survey, Question, Read, Recall, Review

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Who reads with a pencil in hand to annotate?

successful readers

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