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As the current proficiency and conduct pro-con marking period concludes, I want to remind you of what we expect from all Marine leaders.

This is a call on leaders to perform your basic obligation — giving the Marines and Sailors you lead the tools to succeed. Marine Corps Order Pro-con evaluations of junior Marines help leaders remain decisively engaged in cultivating each Marine's potential.

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Constructive feedback from leaders tells Marines where they are succeeding and where they may be falling short. So talk to your Marines.

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Let them know how they are performing - good and bad - and what they can do to get better. All Marine leaders are expected to make coaching and mentoring junior Marines a priority.

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The leadership team of officer and staff noncommissioned officer play an integral role in setting Marines on the path to success. Semiannual pro-con marks require each individual Marine to be personally counseled on their markings by the first officer in the chain of command.

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Officers, know the Marines and Sailors you lead. Get familiar with their strengths and weaknesses. Be involved in putting each Marine on a path to further success.

Junior officers and SNCOs are also expected to ensure Marines are regularly mentored on such topics as personal finances, family, and fitness, among others. Engaged leaders help Marines set realistic and achievable goals in all areas of life.


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