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How to Give Feedback to People Who Cry, Yell, or Get Defensive

As honorable servants to the Nation, Navy experts, and stewards of the Profession, Navy professionals are granted autonomy and entrusted by the American people to make discretionary judgment on their behalf. Guided by the Navy Ethic, they make decisions accepting prudent risk and take action with disciplined initiative under mission command. Military expertise enables Navy professionals to use their discretionary judgment daily to make the right decisions and take the right actions in complex situations that can mean life or death. Education, training, and experience in the four fields of expert knowledge enables Navy leaders to exercise discretionary judgments without close supervision.

The Navy Ethic guides Sailors’ and Navy Civilians’ discretionary judgments. When applying military expertise, Navy professionals repetitively make discretionary judgments, often with high moral implications and consequences. Sailors or Navy Civilians practice discretionary judgment daily guided by the moral principles of the Navy Ethic. The Navy Ethic guides discretionary judgment. The philosophy of mission command supports the Navy professional’s use of discretionary judgment by providing the common understanding of vision and intent that is necessary to make decisions accepting prudent risk and accomplishing the mission in the right way.

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How to Give Feedback to People Who Cry, Yell, or Get Defensive

  1. Do Sailors practice discretionary judgment guided by the moral principles of Navy Ethic?
  2. Does your current education, training, and experience enable you to exercise discretionary judgments without close supervision?
  3. Do you agree/disagree that the Navy Ethic guides your discretionary judgments? Why?

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How to Give Feedback to People Who Cry, Yell, or Get Defensive

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How to Give Feedback to People Who Cry, Yell, or Get Defensive

Lyons, Don. How to Be a Good Leader? Carry the Luggage. Publisher, 20 May 2017, Linkedin, https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-good-leader-carry-luggage-dan-lyons?trk=portfolio_article-card_title. Accessed 3 May 2018.

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