USS Roosevelt public relations officer, Lieutenant Maryrose Stone
Mediterranean – Sailors aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Roosevelt (DDG 80) participate in weekly leadership summits designed to develop leadership across the command. Forward-deployed to Rota, Spain, Roosevelt is currently on her fourth Forward Deployed Naval Forces (FDNF-E) patrol in Europe.
All seafarers who join the Navy go through an extensive educational pipeline on their way to serve on board ships. Learn After arriving on board, training continues as sailors test their schooling. His two generations of commanders aboard the USS Roosevelt made leadership part of its curriculum.
Command Master Chief Michael Macklin and Reverend Roosevelt Lieutenant Jenkins facilitate the Leadership Summit. The goal was to create an environment in which sailors learn new ways of communicating, increase their awareness of the decision-making process, and play a greater role in leadership on board. Problem-solving techniques and tools are taught and discussed.
The venue was first conceived and put into action by Command Master Chief James Croskey, Roosevelt’s former CMC in May 2021. Since then, it has been held regularly every week. Maclin hosted his first ever Leadership Summit with Jenkins in December 2021, centered around a conversation on Turn the Ship Around by David Marquet. The discussion led to thoughtful lessons about the role leaders play in a culture of consistency, accountability, and integrity.
The Leadership Summit is available to both non-commissioned officers and officers of all ranks and rates aboard Roosevelt. This differs from most naval studies where sailors are trained alongside peers of the same rank.At Summit, these barriers are non-existent and the rule is he only has one. It’s about respecting each other’s opinions.
“I see the Leadership Summit as a way to recharge and learn how to navigate the Navy from different perspectives,” said Logistics Specialist 2nd Class Courtney Thomas, a regular attendee at the Summit. rice field. “It gives me the opportunity to learn more about my job, about myself, my leadership style, and how to lead the people around me more effectively.”
Each summit includes a reading followed by a group discussion exercise. Participants will be divided into small teams to discuss his three questions created from the day’s readings. The conversations generated by these questions often include a range of opinions and past experiences, from the youngest sailor on board to the most senior department head. Questions pose problems that can only be solved through group collaboration and diversity of thought.
“The Chief of Naval Operations recently gave us the guidance, ‘Get Real, Get Better.’ We recognize that it’s about investing,” Macklin said. “Just one year after the Leadership Summit, we can see the Command growing in cohesion and striving for greater good.
Forward-deployed to Rota, Spain, USS Roosevelt commenced her fourth Forward-deployed Naval Europe (FDNF-E) patrol in the United States Naval Operations Area Europe on September 27. partner’s interests.
Headquartered in Naples, Italy, NAVEUR-NAVAF operates the United States Navy in the areas of responsibility of the United States Command in Europe (USEUCOM) and United States Command in Africa (USAFRICOM). The U.S. Sixth Fleet is permanently assigned to NAVEUR-NAVAF and employs maritime forces throughout its full range of joint and naval operations.
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