Caine_Mutiny_10.ppt

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Dynamic Subordinancy
“Caine Mutiny”
Overview
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Dynamic Subordinancy
Viewing Followership Role
10 Rules of Followership
Techniques of Military Dissent
Dynamic Subordinancy
• Definition: Taking responsibility for
ourselves & our actions while taking the
opportunity to create win/win situations for
ourselves & our bosses
• Your Role
– Take active steps to strengthen relationship
– Enhance support in organization
Cast of Characters
• Lt Commander Queeg: Captain of U.S.S. Caine
• Lt Stephen Maryk: Executive Officer (second in
command)
• Lt Thomas Keefer: Communication Officer
• Ensign Willis Keith: Asst Communications Officer
• Lt Cmdr DeVriess: Former captain of U.S.S. Caine
• Lt Greenwald: Defense Counsel for Lt Maryk
Viewing Followership Role
• Job
• Boss/Subordinate Relationship
• Responsibility for Ourselves
Integrity
“Integrity is the fundamental premise for
military service in a free society. Without
integrity, the moral pillars of our military
strength, public trust, and self-respect are
lost.”
General Charles A. Gabriel
Chief of Staff, US Air Force (CSAF), 1982-1986
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10 Rules of Followership
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Don’t blame boss
Don’t fight boss
Use initiative
Accept responsibility
Tell truth & don’t
quibble
• Do homework
• Suggestion
implementation
• Keep boss informed
• Fix problems as they
occur
• Honest day’s work
Military Dissent
• Techniques
– Establish Preconditions
– Evaluate the Issues
• Delivery
– Control Your Emotions
– Chain of Command
– Write Dissent Down
– Provide Support (facts)
– Solution
Summary
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Dynamic Subordinancy
Viewing Followership Role
10 Rules of Followership
Military Dissent

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