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CHAPTER  6 PROGRAMS  AND  POLICIES The  Navy’s  most  important  resource  is  people. One of your primary responsibilities as an officer is to use  this  resource  to  its  maximum  potential.     Many problems   can   arise   that   will   degrade   a   person’s performance.    The  Navy  provides  a  wide  variety  of programs and policies developed specifically to help Navy  members  to  improve  themselves  and  to  assist them  to  overcome  personal,  professional,  or  family problems.   Knowledge of these programs will enable you   to   better   care   for   your   people. This   chapter provides  an  overview  of  major  Navy  programs  and policies. CORE VALUES The  Navy  implemented  core  values  to  promote personal  excellence  by  developing  commitment  to  a core  set  of  Navy  traditions  and  values  that  are  in consonance  with  our  national  values.    To  determine just what these values should be, the Navy conducted an extensive review in 1987.    More than 100 sailors representing   all   communities,   fleets,   and   many positions   within   the   chain   of   command   were individually interviewed.   In these interviews sailors were asked to do the following: Describe “tough situations” that posed values, conflicts, or ethics dilemmas Characterize those persons they admired most and least in the Navy Discuss  in  very  real  terms  the  values  that  the Navy represents As  you  can  imagine,  these  interviews  produced many  enlightening  accounts  and  personal  insights. The   values   most   often   portrayed   in   everyday decision-making and felt to be most important to the Navy are as follows: TRADITION —Concern for people —Patriotism —Courage —Spiritual heritage INTEGRITY —Honesty —Honor —Responsibility PROFESSIONALISM —Competence —Teamwork —Loyalty The expected outcome of these core values is to refocus  and  reemphasize  traditional  Navy  values  by all personnel and to improve the ethical practices of the Navy. NAVY LEADER DEVELOPMENT The  mission  of  the  Navy  Leader  Development (NAVLEAD) Program is to provide continuing leader development   to   (1)   maintain   a   proper   balance between   an   individual’s   leader   and   technical development,  (2)  to  revitalize  leadership  at  every level of the chain of command, and (3) to increase the number  of  personnel  who  receive  formal  leadership training. The  NAVLEAD  courses  are  mandatory  for  E-6 and E-7 personnel to be eligible for advancement to the next higher paygrade. NAVY ENLISTED ADVANCEMENT SYSTEM The objective of the enlisted advancement system is  to  provide  qualified  petty  officers  to  operate  the Navy’s ships, squadrons, and stations.  Advancements also   provide   the   opportunity   for   the   orderly progression of qualified enlisted personnel to higher levels of responsibility throughout their naval careers. The concept of the enlisted advancement system is as follows: General apprenticeship paygrades E-2 and E-3. Commanding  officers  have  the  authority  to  advance qualified personnel to paygrades E-2 and E-3 without 6-1

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