NCOER bullets for Character

Updated: Jan 6

Met Standard

SHARP- established a workplace environment and overall command climate fostering dignity and respect for all team members; fully supports SHARP

SHARP- fully supported the Army SHARP/EO programs fostering an environment free of harassment through dedicated training and by example

Service Ethos- established and maintained the highest standard of excellence for himself and the unit; deeply respected by every Soldier, NCO, and officer in the company

Warrior Ethos- selfless service beyond reproach; completely dedicated to the mission and Soldiers

Army Values- exceptionally unselfish in commitment to subordinates, unit, and mission

Service Ethos- demonstrated sincere caring for Soldiers by inspiring and developing performance through counseling and NCOPDs

Service Ethos- committed to excellence by providing purpose, direction, and motivation to Soldiers, while completing 100% of all tasks

Army Values- uses the Army values as everyday teaching points to enhance Soldiers’ understanding and compliance

Army Values- consistently demonstrated loyalty to the Army Values and the profession of arms regardless of the situation

Warrior Ethos- uses the Warrior Ethos to teach unit actions to newly assigned personnel

Empathy- displayed genuine care and concern for Soldiers and their Families; eager to support personal and professional growth of subordinates though challenging training and course work

Discipline- demonstrated maturity and self-control when under pressure; displayed a high level of maturity and responsibility

Army Values- demonstrated a love and passion for serving his Army; dedicated to the Army way of life and being a model of discipline and Army values

Service Ethos- contributed his talents to the local senior citizens’ home by volunteering numerous hours of personal time teaching piano lessons

Army Values- guided all decisions based on Army values and principles; a diligent NCO whose courage and resolve permeated the unit; embodied the spirit of the profession of arms

Army Values- exhibited moral reasoning daily; increased center’s awareness to act ethically in all situations; displayed honest concern for the health and welfare of his/her Soldiers

Service Ethos- section was the only one to maintain Unit Safety Streamer; xx months and running

Army Values- exposed corruption in the supply chain; disclosed $xxK in contractor fraud

Discipline- effectively met and enforced standards; succeeded by taking appropriate initiative in applying the leader competencies and attributes

EO- established an EO and SHARP platoon culture that was quickly emulated across the battalion; incidents fell by xx%

Did Not Meet Standard

Army Values- failed to enforce Army policies, unit morale declined; poor work environment/negative conduct resulted in a substantiated EO complaint

EO- failed to fulfill his leadership’s intent for positive and appropriate EO practices and integrity; exhibits poor judgment without consideration of results

EO- failed to support EO; encouraged a work environment of gender discrimination

EO- exhibited poor leadership; retaliated against a Soldier making an EO complaint

EO- was the subject of a substantiated EO complaint/retaliated against a Soldier making an EO complaint

SHARP- failed to support SHARP initiatives; committed an act of sexual harassment/sexual assault; severely lacks moral judgment

SHARP- failed to enforce Army policies creating a poor work environment resulting in a substantiated EO complaint/SHARP violation

Army Values- failed to maintain accountability of Soldiers under his supervision; fabricated status reports

Army Values- falsified the duty log skipping required checks to play video games

Army Values- frequent unwillingness to cooperate in working toward unit goals affected readiness

Army Values- demonstrated poor judgment on duty; reported to staff duty intoxicated

Army Values- incapable of deciding the right actions to take, both morally and ethically

Army Values- consistently failed to adhere to rules, regulations, or SOPs which led to conflicts with the Army Values and adversely affected the organization

Army Values- failed to display integrity in his actions; multiple infractions of Army regulations and policies resulted in removal from leadership position

Empathy- repeatedly unwilling to assist Soldiers with resolving problems or personal issues

Empathy- possessed the highest rate of unresolved or poorly resolved Soldier issues and concerns among his peers due to a direct lack of effort

Empathy- fails to address subordinates’ requests for help with personal issues

Empathy- immaturity contributed to a perceived of a lack of empathy; viewed as unapproachable by Soldiers within the squad/crew/platoon/company/troop

Empathy- did not serve as a steward of the profession of arms; lacked empathy and support for Soldiers in his charge and their Families

Warrior Ethos- rated NCO fails to meet or maintain the required Army standards and organizational goals

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