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PEER EVALUATION REPORT (ROTC Cdt Cmd Reg 145-3) REQUIREMENTS CONTROL SYMBOL ATCC-122 CADET (RATER) UNIT DATE CDT CMD Form 156-17-R Feb 96 CADET (RATED) RANKING________________OF_____________ WHAT ARE THIS INDIVIDUAL’S STRONGEST (ONE, TWO, OR THREE) LEADERSHIP DIMENSIONS AND WHY? WHAT ARE THIS INDIVIDUAL’S WEAKEST (ONE, TWO, OR THREE) LEADERSHIP DIMENSIONS AND WHY? I II (Check one) MSL 301, Lesson 11a Leadership Behaviors and Peer Evaluations

Sample Personal Development Plan : 

Sample Personal Development Plan MSL 301, Lesson 11a Leadership Behaviors and Peer Evaluations

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PEER EVALUATION REPORT (ROTC Cdt Cmd Reg 145-3) REQUIREMENTS CONTROL SYMBOL ATCC-122 CADET (RATER) UNIT DATE CDT CMD Form 156-17-R Feb 96 CADET (RATED) RANKING_____6___________OF______12_______ WHAT ARE THIS INDIVIDUAL’S STRONGEST (ONE, TWO, OR THREE) LEADERSHIP DIMENSIONS AND WHY? WHAT ARE THIS INDIVIDUAL’S WEAKEST (ONE, TWO, OR THREE) LEADERSHIP DIMENSIONS AND WHY? I II X (Check one) Communications, Good PT – meets or exceeds all current standards, has improved scores since last year. Well liked by most people. Keeps composure when stressed. Poor land navigation skills when alone. Whiny, goofy. Talks too much. Sample A Doe, Ken Smith, John 12/1/04 CDT CMD Form 156-17-R Feb 96 MSL 301, Lesson 11a Leadership Behaviors and Peer Evaluations Rev. 15 March 2005

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PEER EVALUATION REPORT (ROTC Cdt Cmd Reg 145-3) REQUIREMENTS CONTROL SYMBOL ATCC-122 CADET (RATER) UNIT DATE CDT CMD Form 156-17-R Feb 96 CADET (RATED) RANKING________6_______OF_____12________ WHAT ARE THIS INDIVIDUAL’S STRONGEST (ONE, TWO, OR THREE) LEADERSHIP DIMENSIONS AND WHY? WHAT ARE THIS INDIVIDUAL’S WEAKEST (ONE, TWO, OR THREE) LEADERSHIP DIMENSIONS AND WHY? I II (Check one) Doe, Ken Smith, John 12/1/04 Communications – John has written several reports for the team. His writing is clear, concise and correct. The most recent AAR he facilitated was well organized. He helped the team identify several ways to improve our planning for the next FTX mission. I encourage him to facilitate more AARs and help others learn his techniques. Physical Attributes: John continues to demonstrate a physical strength and endurance. He meets all the standards and has improved his scores since last year. He has coached me on ways to improve my endurance for PT as well. He is a good mentor here. John has solid decision making skills. During our last exercise, we ran into several obstacles. Our leader was shot, and could not make it back to our command. He quickly decided we needed to build a stretcher and directed appropriate teammates to cover the group while doing so. Several other team members were just standing there waiting for a decision. He knew what to do and correctly got us aligned to task. He is ready for more complex tasks to stretch his decision making skills. Navigation skills. John recently was sent on a recon. While executing the order, he got lost. The team did not meet mission because others had to find him. He would benefit from further practice and coaching. Communications – Listening. While John facilitates a team well in a formal setting and has strong writing skills, he is extremely verbose in more casual environments. While planning our FTX, he talked most of the time. He did not allow others to finish their thoughts. Instead he constantly interrupted them and finished their sentences. This frustrated me so much, I decided not to offer anymore ideas. He needs to wait for others to finish their thoughts before assuming what they are saying. MSL 301, Lesson 11a Leadership Behaviors and Peer Evaluations Rev. 15 March 2005

Sample A - Personal Development Plan : 

Sample A - Personal Development Plan John Smith MSL 301, Lesson 11a Leadership Behaviors and Peer Evaluations Rev. 15 March 2005