Disrespect Toward a Noncommissioned Officer Counseling Statement Example
Disrespect can be interpreted differently by different people, sometimes a simple facial expression or comment can be
offensive to someone, other times disrespect can be intentional and flat out offensive. One thing to remember is that we
are Noncommissioned Officers and professionals therefore we should act  as such. In the event of an altercation with a
subordinate, NCOs must remain in control of the situation and let the subordinate know that he or she is out of line. Do
not get on their level by entering in a shouting contest, take charge and counsel the Soldier for Disrespect Toward a
NCO on a DA Form 4856 Developmental Counseling Form. Download over 20 counseling examples in MS Word.
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Army Counseling Examples
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