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MSAF 360 Multi-Source Assessment and Feedback Individual Feedback Report James Southern Rank: MSG Duty Position: INCOMING

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Multi-Source Assessment and Feedback

Individual Feedback Report

James Southern Rank: MSG Duty Position: INCOMING PERSONNEL

About the Individual Feedback Report (IFR): This report displays your feedback results. The questions are grouped by category (such as "Develops Leaders"). You can see your combined scores by respondent type (self, superior, peer, subordinate and average all). Scores by respondent type will not be available if too few respondents have provided feedback, with the exception of your self-assessment. For further assistance on interpreting this report, reference the "Leader Resources and Training" section of the MSAF website.

Legend:

*Average All - where applicable, is the average of the superior, peer and subordinate feedback not shown. If more than one of the categories are not shown, then the average all column will be populated.

About the Individual Feedback Report (IFR): This report displays your feedback results. The questions are grouped

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Legend:

Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback was provided, but not shown here due to the low number of responses. This helps ensure anonymity. Average All - where applicable, is the average of the superior, peer and subordinate feedback not shown. If more than one of the categories are not shown, then the average all column will be populated. If all categories have respondent data, then this column will show "N/A".

Rating Scale:

0 = Strongly Disagree, 100 = Strongly Agree

Stewards the Profession

Assessment Question

Balances short-term mission requirements with long-term benefits to the organization

Inspires individuals and organizations to do their best

Makes good decisions about all resources used or managed

Creates an environment that encourages continuous improvement and innovation

Prepare Self to Lead

Assessment Question

Recognizes how own actions impact others

Considers and uses personal feedback received from others

Applies knowledge of world affairs and geopolitical situations to job duties as appropriate

Seeks and engages in learning opportunities

Copes with stress to achieve mission objectives and maintain well-being

Self

Superiors

Peers

Subordinates

Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
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Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
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Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
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Average

Not Shown

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Not Shown

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Self

Superiors

Peers

Subordinates

Average

Not Shown

Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
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Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
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Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback

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Lead Others

Assessment Question

Uses appropriate influence techniques to energize others

Enforces high professional standards

Motivates others by conveying the significance of work

Establishes clear intent and purpose

Balances requirements of mission with welfare of followers

Self

Superiors

Peers

Subordinates

Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
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Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
Legend: Not Observed - no respondents provided feedback on this item. Not Shown - some feedback
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Average

Not Shown

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Lead by Example

Assessment Question

Self

Superiors

Peers

Subordinates

Average

Not Shown

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Leads with confidence in adverse situations

Leads with confidence in adverse situations Not Shown Not Shown
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Models Army values consistently through actions, attitudes, and communications

Models Army values consistently through actions, attitudes, and communications Not Shown Not Shown
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Displays the knowledge and skills required by position

Displays the knowledge and skills required by position Not Shown Not Shown
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Not Shown

Demonstrates commitment to the Nation, U.S. Army, and one's team members

Demonstrates commitment to the Nation, U.S. Army, and one's team members Not Shown Not Shown
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Not Shown

Uses critical thinking and encourages others to do the same

Uses critical thinking and encourages others to do the same Not Shown Not Shown
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Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Get Results

 

Average

 

Self

Superiors

Peers

Subordinates

Not Shown

Assessment Question

Prioritizes tasks for teams or groups

Prioritizes tasks for teams or groups Not Shown Not Shown
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Makes appropriate assignments or role delegation to subordinates or teams

Makes appropriate assignments or role delegation to subordinates or teams Not Shown Not Shown
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Accomplishes the mission

Accomplishes the mission Not Shown Not Shown
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Recognizes and rewards good performance

Recognizes and rewards good performance Not Shown Not Shown Not Shown
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Adjusts to external influences on the mission and organization

Adjusts to external influences on the mission and organization Not Shown Not Shown
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Not Shown

Removes work barriers or insulates subordinates from them (e.g., distractions, schedule conflicts, unimportant tasks)

Removes work barriers or insulates subordinates from them (e.g., distractions, schedule conflicts, unimportant tasks) Not Shown
Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Removes work barriers or insulates subordinates from them (e.g., distractions, schedule conflicts, unimportant tasks) Not Shown

Does what it takes to be a highly proficient leader

Does what it takes to be a highly proficient leader Not Shown Not Shown
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Not Shown

Extend Influence Beyond Chain of Command

 

Average

 

Self

Superiors

Peers

Subordinates

Not Shown

Assessment Question

Negotiates with others to reach mutual understanding and to resolve conflict

Negotiates with others to reach mutual understanding and to resolve conflict Not Shown Not Shown
Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Negotiates with others to reach mutual understanding and to resolve conflict Not Shown Not Shown

Builds rapport with those outside lines of authority

Builds rapport with those outside lines of authority Not Shown Not Shown
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Not Shown

Builds rapport with those outside lines of authority Not Shown Not Shown

Adjusts influence techniques to the situation and parties involved (e.g., indirect influence, consensus, diplomacy, alliances)

Adjusts influence techniques to the situation and parties involved (e.g., indirect influence, consensus, diplomacy, alliances) Not
Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Adjusts influence techniques to the situation and parties involved (e.g., indirect influence, consensus, diplomacy, alliances) Not

Proactive in extending influence beyond the chain of command

Proactive in extending influence beyond the chain of command Not Shown Not Shown
Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Proactive in extending influence beyond the chain of command Not Shown Not Shown

Develops Leaders

 

Average

 

Self

Superiors

Peers

Subordinates

Not Shown

Assessment Question

Coaches others to develop or improve skills

Coaches others to develop or improve skills Not Shown Not Shown
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Not Shown

Actively encourages the development of others (e.g., self- study, training opportunities, job assignments, how jobs are structured)

Actively encourages the development of others (e.g., self- study, training opportunities, job assignments, how jobs are
Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Actively encourages the development of others (e.g., self- study, training opportunities, job assignments, how jobs are

Assesses developmental needs of subordinates

Assesses developmental needs of subordinates Not Shown Not Shown
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Not Shown

Not Shown

Assesses developmental needs of subordinates Not Shown Not Shown

Encourages development of team skills

Encourages development of team skills Not Shown Not Shown
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Provides appropriate feedback to subordinates

Provides appropriate feedback to subordinates Not Shown Not Shown
Provides appropriate feedback to subordinates Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Provides appropriate feedback to subordinates Not Shown Not Shown

Create a Positive Environment

 

Average

 

Self

Superiors

Peers

Subordinates

Not Shown

Assessment Question

Encourages subordinates to accept responsibility and act to advance the organization?s mission

Encourages subordinates to accept responsibility and act to advance the organization?s mission Not Shown Not Shown
Encourages subordinates to accept responsibility and act to advance the organization?s mission Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Encourages subordinates to accept responsibility and act to advance the organization?s mission Not Shown Not Shown

Creates a learning environment including treating setbacks as an opportunity to improve

Creates a learning environment including treating setbacks as an opportunity to improve Not Shown Not Shown
Creates a learning environment including treating setbacks as an opportunity to improve Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Fosters teamwork and cooperation

Fosters teamwork and cooperation Not Shown Not Shown
Fosters teamwork and cooperation Not Shown Not Shown
Fosters teamwork and cooperation Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Demonstrates care for people and their well-being

Demonstrates care for people and their well-being Not Shown Not Shown
Demonstrates care for people and their well-being Not Shown Not Shown
Demonstrates care for people and their well-being Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Encourages open and candid communications

Encourages open and candid communications Not Shown Not Shown
Encourages open and candid communications Not Shown Not Shown
Encourages open and candid communications Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Communicate

 

Average

 

Self

Superiors

Peers

Subordinates

Not Shown

Assessment Question

Expresses ideas so they can be understood by the audience

Expresses ideas so they can be understood by the audience Not Shown Not Shown
Expresses ideas so they can be understood by the audience Not Shown Not Shown
Expresses ideas so they can be understood by the audience Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Engages others with appropriate communication techniques

Engages others with appropriate communication techniques Not Shown Not Shown
Engages others with appropriate communication techniques Not Shown Not Shown
Engages others with appropriate communication techniques Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Listens actively

Listens actively Not Shown Not Shown
Listens actively Not Shown Not Shown
Listens actively Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Achieves shared understanding

Achieves shared understanding Not Shown Not Shown
Achieves shared understanding Not Shown Not Shown
Achieves shared understanding Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Accounts for cultural differences when communicating with others

Accounts for cultural differences when communicating with others Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Accounts for cultural differences when communicating with others Not Shown Not Shown

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Accounts for cultural differences when communicating with others Not Shown Not Shown

Builds Trust

 

Average

 

Self

Superiors

Peers

Subordinates

Not Shown

Assessment Question

Builds and maintains positive working relationships

Builds and maintains positive working relationships Not Shown Not Shown
Builds and maintains positive working relationships Not Shown Not Shown
Builds and maintains positive working relationships Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Treats others fairly regardless of their rank or position

Treats others fairly regardless of their rank or position Not Shown Not Shown
Treats others fairly regardless of their rank or position Not Shown Not Shown
Treats others fairly regardless of their rank or position Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Confronts actions of others that undermine team trust

Confronts actions of others that undermine team trust Not Shown Not Shown
Confronts actions of others that undermine team trust Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

Confronts actions of others that undermine team trust Not Shown Not Shown

Keeps word and follows through on commitments to others

Keeps word and follows through on commitments to others Not Shown Not Shown
Keeps word and follows through on commitments to others Not Shown Not Shown
Keeps word and follows through on commitments to others Not Shown Not Shown

Not Shown

Not Shown

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Summary Report Highest to Lowest Rated Survey Behaviors

Highest Rated Behaviors

Builds and maintains positive working relationships

Fosters teamwork and cooperation

Demonstrates care for people and their well-being

Encourages open and candid communications

Builds rapport with those outside lines of authority

Lowest Rated Behaviors

Engages others with appropriate communication techniques

Achieves shared understanding

Creates a learning environment including treating setbacks as an opportunity to improve

Accounts for cultural differences when communicating with others

Encourages subordinates to accept responsibility and act to advance the organization?s mission

Average All

Competency

  • Builds Trust

  • Create a Positive Environment

  • Create a Positive Environment

  • Create a Positive Environment

  • Extend Influence Beyond Chain of Command

Average All

Competency

Communicate Communicate
Communicate
Communicate
  • Create a Positive Environment

  • Communicate

  • Create a Positive Environment

** Average All is the Mean of Superior, Peer, Subordinate (Does not include Self)

What are this leader's greatest strengths?

MSG Southern's greatest strength's are his ability to instill esprit de corp within a mulitnational environment regardless of rank and his cool and level- headedness in all situations .

MSG Southern is a caring and grounded leader . He is a leader of character and his personality helps build alliances and trust .

I cannot say enough about the strenth of this leader . I still consider him one of the best mentors I have had in the military . He communicates , effectively , cares about Soldiers , understands and enforces Army regulations and policies , a true SME as an intelligence NCO and a great mentor to Soldiers of all ranks .

Demonstrates mental agility and solid judgment ; he is an expert in his field and creates opportunities for others to improve ; he is innovative in his leadership approach ; and , he is very confident in his and his teams ' abilities , and capably uses this to build trust with others and other organizations , yet he is humble .

- Has a variety of experiences/duty stations that makes him a well rounded Soldier and effective leader . - Easily adapts to different positions and leadership roles in the intelligence community . - Good communication and listening skills . - Calmly assess situations to find the best way to accomplish the mission .

WEll Rounded

Very good problem solver .

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Very professional . - Deeply empathetic . - Candid .

What are this leader's greatest developmental needs?

  • - Must not take any positive recognition of undeserving colleagues personally .

Although very disciplined , sometimes his compassion for others and confidence in his own leadership abilities causes him to take risk regarding keeping his superiors informed . He must trust his superiors more , as well as proactively coach , counsel and mentor his superiors to do what is right .

  • - Getting up to speed on INSCOM and the way ahead for the intelligence community and intell 2020 .

Complete a higher level degree

I believe his greatest developmental need is to be put in a CSM position . In the the 3.5 years that I knew him , he has shown me that he is more than ready to take charge at the highest levels .

Can't think of any .

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