FM 6–22 Army Leadership

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FM 6–22 (for­merly FM 22–100) Army Lead­er­ship. This FM dis­cusses the foun­da­tion and prin­ci­ples of Army Lead­er­ship and Appen­dix B dis­cusses coun­sel­ing TTPs.

army counseling program - includes over 250 counseling examples

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8 comments


  1. james creech says:

    Great exam­ple!

  2. Matthew Hanson says:

    James creech? As in Jimmy Creech? like Ft Camp­bell? EMAIL ME. silence.v3@gmail.com

  3. Clarence Linear says:

    Can some­one please send me exam­ple of a coun­sel­ing for sep­a­ra­tion for an over­weight SM?

  4. Mafuta Sauni says:

    Can I give a coun­sel­ing for some­one who passes gas dur­ing instruc­tion of a class?

  5. gil says:

    ok so i am going to be coun­seled by 1 sgt but i watched an E-6 write the coun­sel­ing and send to to the 1 SGT so he could coun­sel me i know thats not how it work just need a lit­tle help on where to find some INFO to cover me

    • Gil,
      Here are my thoughts with­out know­ing the specifics. You are cor­rect the indi­vid­ual con­duct­ing the coun­sel­ing should be the one to write the coun­sel­ing. Now with that stated the SSG may have sim­ply pro­vided some of the infor­ma­tion for the 1SG to tweak. The bot­tom line is the coun­sel­ing state­ment needs to be a reflec­tion of the facts. If you did some­thing wrong then con­sider own­ing up to it, being pro­fes­sional, unemo­tional and calm. In other words be respon­si­ble and account­able for your actions. If you dis­agree with infor­ma­tion in the coun­sel­ing and/or the coun­sel­ing con­tains infor­ma­tion that is not true and the coun­selor refuses to change the infor­ma­tion in the coun­sel­ing sim­ply dis­agree with the coun­sel­ing in the ses­sion clos­ing block and write a calm, fac­tual, unemo­tional, and pro­fes­sional dis­agree­ment. That way you tell your side of the story on the coun­sel­ing form. If the form ever goes for­ward to the com­man­der or some­one else your side of the story is on the form. In addi­tion you are enti­tled to a copy of the coun­sel­ing form for your records. If you are inter­ested in addi­tional infor­ma­tion about coun­sel­ing I would encour­age you to visit our sis­ter site: ASKTOP.NET It has tons of infor­ma­tion and has a free resource cen­ter in the ARMSROOM that con­tains 1,000’s of doc­u­ments from classes, SOPs, brief­ings, etc. I hope this infor­ma­tion was use­ful.
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