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RBSG Counseling

FM 6-22 ALL

Techniques leaders use during directive counseling approach? Corrective Training Commanding
What FM covers counseling? FM 6-22 App B
What are the characteristics of effective counseling? Purpose, Flexibility, Respect, Communication, Support
What are the three approaches to counseling? Directive, non-directive, combined
Explain adv and dis of directive counseling. ADV Quick, clear & concise direction, utilizes counsels experience DIS Subordnate not part of solution, treats symptoms not problems, discourages sub from communication
Explain adv / dis of non-directive ADV: Encourages maturity and open comm. ; develops personal responsibility DIS:Time consuming, requires greater counselor skill
Dis of Combined counseling May take to much time for some solutions
What are the three major CATEGORIES of DEVELOPMENTAL counseling? Event, performance, professional growth
Examples of Event counseling? Superior or substandard performance, crisis, referral, promotion, separation
What areas would you cover in reception/integration counseling? Chain of command, org standards, security, conduct, orginaztition history
4 STAGES of counseling process? ID the need, prepare, conduct, follow up
Steps req. to prep for counseling? place, time, notification, organize info., outline, plan, atmosphere
4 basic COMPONENTS of counseling session Opening session, discussion, plan of action, record and close
What is counseling? Process used to review performance and potential
Combined counseling techniques approaches? Suggest alternatives, recommending, persuading, advising
Four human needs? Physical, social, security, religious
What is tact? sense of what to do or say to maintain good relations and avoid offense
Purpose of counseling? One person to help another.
7 steps to problem solving? ID the problem, gather info, develop criteria, generate solutions, analyze solutions, compare solutions, implement decision
What is communication? Exchange of info and ideas between people.
T/F Faulty communication causes most problems? True
Improve what three counseling skills? Active listening, responding, questioning
To insure messages are understood requires what? Feedback
Qualities of effective counselor? Respect sub, self-aware, cultural awareness, empathy, credibility
Three parts of information exchange? Message, content, context
Course of action for poor performance? counsel about perf., define problem, afford time to solve, written statement
Stresses that influence behavior? Fear, hunger, illness, anxiety, fatigue
Soldier neglect leads to what? Lose their respect and cooperation
Counseling form? DA Form 4856
Is performance counseling limited to bad performance? No, it may be for good performance
Created by: james_w85