West Point and the Army are committed to the idea that respect for others and an understanding of diversity are important leadership traits. Why will you be successful in working with leaders, peers, and subordinates of a gender, color, ethnicity, and/or religion different from your own? Having the right attitude In working with the diversified group Is most Important. It is important to have the abilities to understand what other people think and respect to their opinions. During my time at the Royal Thai Armed Forces Academies
Preparatory School, I had to live, study and work with other new students, a diversified group of students from family backgrounds, education, social aspects and languages. As part of the team, I learned to overcome the differences by working together with them to achieve the goal as assigned by commanders. I also observed that everyone had his own opinions and in many occasions, the differences help to develop and create new Ideas, improve the quality of work and help the group to achieve better results. Abilities to communicate between the officers and team re also crucial among the diversified group.
To malting the chain of command and build a team work, effective communication Is needed. I worked with a diversified group of pre cadets as an assistant section leader when I had to carefully consider all ??? Because it was important to respect both friends’ opinions and commanders’ orders, in order to find the best overall solution. In cases of disagreement among friends, persuasive skills, proper Judgment and timely decision are needed to ensure that the command is still carried out. Now studying in America, the differences re broader.
In my dormitory, there are Koreans, Americans, Chinese and Hispanics. I encounter even more diversities in nationalities, thoughts, cultures, languages and religions. To break the Ice in the diversified group, I engaged in activities like sports to initially help create a common ground. However, sometimes we have a disagreement about a plan and need to respect and understand other opinions for solving disagreement. It requires much of ablest to adapt and accept the differences before I can make good friends and a good team.
I have experienced irking with diversity in my country and America and I felt that I have benefited from being among diversified groups. I realize that people are different as they came from various backgrounds, and that I have to be open to the fact that people cannot have same opinions. Each has his/her own strength and a role to play as part of the team. Therefore, I am confident that my experience and skills qualify me to be a successful West Point cadet and a respectful officer among diversified Army personnel. Saran’s By rated Having the right attitude in working with the diversified group is most important. Engages. As part of the team, I learned to overcome the differences by working that everyone had his own opinions and in many occasions, the differences help to develop and create new ideas, improve the quality of work and help the group to are also crucial among the diversified group. To maintain the chain of command and build a team work, effective communication is needed. I worked with a diversified religions. To break the ice in the diversified group, I engaged in activities like sports solving disagreement. It requires much of abilities to adapt and accept the