The major goals and priorities used in development of the religious
Provided by the major command (MACOM) chaplain.
Published by the Army Chief of Chaplains.
Determined by you and the battalion commander.
Given to you by the battalion commander.
During performance of the religious program, you were unable to reach
two goals. In this instance
The goals were too high.
The program was a failure.
a re-evaluation of the goals was needed.
The program lacked valid standards of measurement.
In phase three of the program development, you
Obtain the commander's approval.
Analyze resources versus constraints.
Supervise to ensure the job is getting done.
Determine any deviations from the program's objectives.
In phase four of the religious program development, you
Brief the commander and get his approval.
Implement the program.
Use surveys and questionnaires to assess the program's needs.
When you lead an after action review (AAR), ensure that you
Explain why the actions taken were correct or incorrect.
Allow every person a chance to describe, in his or her own words,
what happen during the activity.
Give a personal critique.
Avoid asking leading questions.
In conducting a review and analysis, deviations are usually expressed
Dollar and volume deviations.
Amount or percent deviations.
Budgeted versus actual deviations.
Programmed and actual deviations.