Arkansas
National
Guard
General Information

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Career Timelines

What should your career “look like”?  Click on each career timeline to find out.
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Leadership Model
Army Leadership Requirements Model

Arkansas National Guard
Career Path
Army Leader Development Strategy

The Army is dependent upon itself to develop leaders. That means “YOU” develop your subordinates and “YOU” develop your own career.

Leader development is the deliberate, continuous, and progressive process—founded in Army values—that grows Soldiers and Army Civilians into competent, committed professional leaders of character. Leader development is achieved through the career-long synthesis of the training, education, and experiences acquired through opportunities in the institutional, operational, and self-development domains, supported by peer and developmental relationships.

Many resources exist to help you develop your career. This page provides a generic timeline and worksheet that can be modified for your MOS and career goals. At a minimum these documents can form the basis for conversation with your rater and senior rater. This information can also be tailored to your specific career by leveraging the tools found in MSAF 360 and ATN’s My Training Tab. Good Luck in managing your career!

        MULTI-SOURCE ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK PORTAL
  1.  Coaching Sessions.
  2.  Personal Development Tools.

        Army Training (and Education) Network (ATN) Portal
  1.  Online Training Worksheets.
  2.  Career Tracker for yourself and those you lead.

Career Path
Army Leader
Development
Strategies
Resources

:: Helpful Links List
:: AR ARNG Joint Chief of Staff White Papers
:: Career Progression Overview
:: The New OER

Career Path Worksheets

A helpful starting point for a career discussion with your mentor, rater, and/or senior rater.
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:: NCO

Page last updated on:

04 November 2014