The initial counseling is very important in the development of all Junior Soldiers because this is the time for  the
supervisor to give his subordinates their job description and  expectations of future work performance. The initial
counseling statement should be given to the newly assigned Soldiers within the first 30 days and list all duty
appointments, duty description, goals and expectations. During the initial counseling session, you should allow the
Soldier to speak freely and voice any questions or pending issues that can potentially affect the Soldier's morale or
job performance.
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