Learning Modules for Career Development

Orientation/Cerfification

Preparation to start the pilot program.

 

Goal Setting

Provide protégé tools for establishing short and long-term personal and professional goals.

Overcoming Challenges

Provide advice on avoiding setbacks from substance abuse, violence, fraternization and ethics.

Critical Thinking

Add to the protégé’s knowledge of critical thinking and how to apply it to military scenarios facing a junior officer.

Financial Management

Provide member basic financial management skills and emphasize the importance of being financially responsible.

Introduction

Mentor and protégé develop a rapport.  Establish expectations, exchange bios and contact information.

 

Professional Development and Growth

Provide information on technical specialty training, professional organizations, Senior Service Schools.

Work-Life Balance

Assist protégé with maintaining a healthy balance between work and personal life.

Understanding Generational Differences

Provide the protégé with tools to assist in understanding  how to maneuver in workplace generational differences that impact leaders and subordinates perceptions and affect mission attainment.

Which Module Will You Choose Next?

Whatever order you choose, you will gain valuable knowledge and increase your opportunities.

Career Planning & Management

Provide protégé service specific career planning and management guidance.

 

Effective Communication

Provide guidance and references on effective writing, speaking, and listening.

 

Public Speaking

Provide protégé tools on how to be a successful public speaker, the 6-Ps, staying professional when challenged.

 

Leadership Development

Protégé will be provided tools for leading in a “VUCA” environment. Coined in the late 1990’s, the military-derived acronym stands for the volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. Also, provides tool for understanding leadership styles and how it affects others.