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MCI From: Director. Marine Corps Institute Student. Ser 12 Feb The subject course provides instruction on preparing Marines in the rank of lance. This course teaches the Marine Corps leadership traits and principles, ethics,. This course is intended for instruct ional purposes only. This course is. Comments and recommendations on the contents of the course are.
Please complete the course evaluation questionnaire at the end of the final examinati on. Return the questionnaire and the examination booklet to your proctor. This page intentionally left blank.
Table of Contents. Student Information. Study Guide. Study Unit 1. Developing Leaders. Lesson 1. Understanding Values. Lesson 2. Marine Corps Core Values. Lesson 3. Leadership Traits.
Lesson 4. Examining the Leadership Principles. Lesson 5. Ethical Leadership. Lesson 6. Cultural Awareness. Study Unit 2. The Military Organization. The Command. Organizational Structure. The Department of Homeland Security. Study Unit 3. Leadership Tools. Team Building. Applying the Troop Leading Steps. Study Unit 4. The Mentoring Process.
Fundamentals of Mentoring. Appendix A. Appendix B. Appendix C. Appendix D. Review Lesson. MCI Course Number and. Study Hours. Review Agency.
Credits RRC. Marines worldwide may call commercial or DSN Since , th e Marine Corps Institute has been helping tens of thousands of hard-c harging Marines, lik e you, improve their technical job performance skills through distance l earning.
By enrolling in this course, you have shown a desire to improve the skills you have and master new skills to enhance your job performance. The distance learning course you have chosen, MCI , Leading Marines, provides in struction on preparing Marines in the rank of lance co rporal to become future leaders. This course will teach Marine Corps lead ership traits and principles, ethics, communication skills, and other subjects to help develop lance corporals into new leaders.
Your Personal. You have made a positive decision to get training on your own. Self-motivation is perhaps the most important force in learning or achie ving anything. Doing whatever is necessary to learn is mo tivation. You have it! You are enrolled to improve those skills you already possess, an d to learn new skills.
When you improve yourself, you improve the Corps! By acting on your own, you have shown you are a self-starter, wil ling to reach out for opportunities to learn and grow. You have self-confidence and believe in your ability to acquire knowledge and skills. You have the self- confidence to set goals and the ability to achieve them, enabling you to meet every challenge.
You are willing to commit tim e, effort, and the resources necessary to set and accomplish your goals. These professional traits will help you successfully complete this distance learning course. Continued on next page. Study Guide, Continued. Beginning Your. Before you actually begin this course of study, read the student information page. If you find any course materials missing, notify your training officer or training NCO.
If you have all the requi red materials, you are ready to begin. To begin your course of study, familiari ze yourself with the structure of the course text. One way to do this is to read the table of contents. Notice the table of contents covers specific areas of study and the order in which they are presented.
You will find the text divide d into several study units. Each study unit is comprised of two or more lessons and lesson exercises. Through the.
Leaf through the text and look at the course. Read a few lesson exercise questions to get an idea of the type of ma terial in the course. If the course has additional study aids, such as a handbook or plotting board, familiarize yourself with them. The First Study Unit. Turn to the first page of study unit 1. On this page, you will find an introduction to the study unit and gene rally the first study unit lesson. Study unit lessons contain learning objectives, lesson text, and exercises.
Reading the. Learning objectives describe in concis e terms what the successful learner, you, will be able to do as a result of ma stering the content of the lesson text. Read the objectives for each lesson and then read the lesson text. As you read the lesson text, make notes on th e points you feel are important. Completing the. To determine your mastery of the learning objectives and text, complete the exercises developed for you.
Exercises are located at the end of each lesson, and at the end of each study unit. Without referring to the text, complete the exercise questions and then check yo ur responses against those provided. Continuing to. Continue on to the next lesson, repeating the above process until you have completed all lessons in the study unit. Follow the same procedures for each study unit in the course.
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