Training Strategy Briefing and Development

Training Strategy Briefing

Training Strategy Briefing. According to Army doctrine, Army leaders must think clearly about future-armed conflict. To do this, innovation is critical, both for the operational and for the institutional Army. The Army Multi-Domain Operations Concept is the start point for developing the force.

How do you write a training strategy?

 

Training Strategy Briefing. The idea of innovation challenges leaders to anticipate changing conditions to ensure that organizations are manned, trained, and equipped. Leaders must not only consider risk but also build organizations and leaders that recognize and leverage opportunities. To achieve these capabilities, require a tailorable and responsive organization and leaders capable of visualizing, describing, directing, leading, and assessing operations in complex environments against adaptive enemies.

What does a training strategy include

Army training prepares units and leaders to be successful through challenging, realistic, and relevant unit training and leader development at home, combat training centers and in the schoolhouse. Most understand leadership at the tactical level because of the context in which they operate (direct control over Soldiers, defined missions clearly articulated guidance, black and white issues).

Training and Briefing on Strategic Plan

 

What one will struggle with, however, is how to adjust their thinking and behavior in response to the changing environment of becoming an organizational-level leader (greater complexity, less direct control, larger span of influence, etc.). When developing a training strategy there are many variables that one can consider. Listed below are some variables that drive an organizations strategy:

(1) How do capabilities link to winning in a complex world?
(2) What are the training challenges?
(3) How do you train Soldiers and units to conduct decisive action?
(4) How do you determine which tasks (individual and collective) are the most important to train?
(5) What are the Army’s principles of unit training and leader development?
(6) What purposes do they serve in conducting training and how have you seen the principles best I implemented?
(7) What is the commander’s role in training?
(8) What is the sergeants’ major role in training?
(9) What are a brigade combat team (BCT) commander’s primary responsibilities for training?
(10) What are the differences between the Army’s three training domains?
(11) What is the Army training management model?
(12) How do NCOs train their subordinates, and is it the same for all subordinates?
(13) What is the Army Training Network and why is it essential to Army Training Management?

 

utilizing key language and terms from these concepts and theories, analyze current doctrine on “Training” and present a briefing that describes your training strategy for your organization as an SGM/ CSM and discuss the training management process.