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CW9Z66 Briefings

CW9Z66 Briefings

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BRIEFINGS

Lesson # CW9Z66
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COMMUNICATION

COMMUNICATION IS THE EXCHANGE OR FLOW OF INFORMATION OR IDEAS FROM THE SENDER TO THE RECEIVER. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION OCCURS WHEN THE RECEIVER UNDERSTANDS THE SAME MESSAGE THE SENDER INTENDS TO TRANSMIT.
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Military Briefing
• The Military Briefing is a specialized type of speech used to present selected information to commanders, staffs, or other designated audiences. • The techniques used will depend on the purpose that the briefing serves, the required response, and the role of the briefer.

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Three steps in the preparation of a Military Briefing
• ANALYSIS • RESEARCH • ORGANIZATION
METT-T
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Analysis (Mission)
1. Identify your purpose. 2. Ask who and what. 3. Prioritize purposes.

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Types of Military Briefings
Information Briefings Decision Briefings Staff Briefings Mission Briefings
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Information Briefing
•Information of high priority requiring immediate action. •Complex information. •Controversial information requiring an explanation.
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Decision Briefing

•To obtain a decision. •To request a decision. •To staff a problem statement.

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Staff Briefing
•To secure a coordinated or united effort. •Means of keeping the commander and staff informed. •No set format.

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Mission Briefing
•Assigns specific goals to be accomplished. •No “one” set format. (Usually follows the OPORD format.) •Used under operational conditions to impart information.

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Research the Topic
Gather Materials Select Main Ideas Put Ideas in Sequence Write an Outline (Mindmap)
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Enemy

Who’s your audience?
• Know your audience • Tailor the information to the learner

Watch acronym/language usage

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Terrain

Location
• Classroom • Field Site

Weather
• Inclement Weather Plan

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Troops

What assets do you have?
• Attendees • SMEs • Demonstrators

What type of equipment do you need?

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Time

How much preparation time do I have?
• Resources • Location

How much time is the briefing scheduled for?

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Organize the Briefing
Emphasize Key Points Focus on What the Audience Must Hear Introduction, Body, Conclusion
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Stage Fright
•It is common and happens to almost everyone. •It is a learned reaction; the speaker can overcome it. •It often disappears when the speaker begins. •Develop habits that help you to relax. •Know your subject: rehearse;
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How do we become a good briefer?

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REHEARSE, REHEARSE, AND REHEARSE!!! Have confidence. Know the subject. What else?

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General Guidelines for Effective Briefings
•Always prepare an outline. •Prepare good notes. •Do not memorize. •Practice thoroughly. •Say and use words properly. •Use only words that you understand and can pronounce
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General Guidelines for Effective Briefings (cont.)
•Relax; breathe deeply, if necessary. •Maintain eye contact with your audience. •Keep track of time. •Use training aids only if appropriate. •Speak in a clear and precise
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Other Tips for Success

Using PowerPoint
• Font Size – 32 or higher • Colors • Too much information

Have a good back-up plan
• Technology failures • Alternate briefer

Anything else??
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SUBSTANCE AND ORGANIZATION

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WRITE A LETTER

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COMMUNICATION MISMATCH
WRITE LISTEN READ THINK

25-40 125-140 WPM WPM

250 WPM

1,000 WPM

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There are many reasons why I chose to become an officer. The most important reason is the increased pay that an officer receives. In addition, an officer has a better love life than soldiers. The night life is great in Columbus. However, it is also good in Minneapolis. The lakes in Minneapolis make the the city an enjoyable place in the summer. But the Minneapolis winters are as harsh as those in Alaska. They are building a pipeline across the state of Alaska. The pipeline will carry oil. Of course, if the pipeline breaks, the entire state will become polluted. The pollution is really bad in the Great Lakes. Something must be done about it.
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MINDMAPPING

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RANGER SCHOOL PREPARATION

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BRM 550 CORD 100 MPH TAPE WEAPONS PATROLS BOOTS KNIFE ROPE CLIMB OPORDS

RANGER SCHOOL PREPARATION CALL FOR
FIRE PULL UPS ALCOHOL PENS

SWIM TEST SEX HUNGER

SLEEP

CHEESEBURGERS

ROAD MARCH

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PHYSICAL FITNESS BRM LAND NAV 550 CORD APFT KNIFE 100 MPH TAPE OPORDS ROPE CLIMB WEAPONS BOOTS RANGER SCHOOL PATROLS SWIM TEST
SLEEP CALL FOR FIRE PULL UPS

MILITARY SKILLS

PREPARATION

SEX CHEESEBURGERS HUNGER

ALCOHOL PENS

EQUIPMENT COMPASS

MENTAL TOUGHNESS
ROAD MARCH
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SEQUENCE GROUPS

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MILITARY SKILLS

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PHYSICAL FITNESS

MENTAL TOUGHNESS

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EQUIPMENT
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PLATOON

ADDITIONAL DUTIES

PLATOON

APFT
PERSONAL

BRM

PERSONAL

COUNSELING

Performance Counseling

SOPs

EIB BATTLE DRILLS

MAINTENANCE ACCOUNTABILITY
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EIB PERSONAL APFT PLATOON

ACCOUNTABLITY PERSONAL

PERFORMANCE COUNSELING

BRM PLATOON

SOPs

MAINTENANCE

BATTLE DRILLS
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WRITE A LETTER

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OUTCOMES
•MINDMAPPING •SAVES YOU TIME •DIRECTS YOUR ACTIONS •CHANNELS YOUR THINKING •INCREASES PLANNING TIME
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