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Whenever you have subordinates caught in an unprofessional relationship, you give training to your entire team and use them and their inappropriateness as an example. This will prevent future incidents and correct their behavior. Based on the concepts from the Professional Relationships Chapter and using the EPME Structured Thinking Process, your actions as a supervisor are MOST LIKELY considered.



A. Inappropriate. You should continuously present opportunities for your team to receive training in maintaining professional relationships not just when an incident happens. However, you should present training again if there is a situation. In addition, purposely humiliating subordinates is not a professional approach to conducting that training.
B. Appropriate. As stated in this Chapter, you should give periodic prevention training and use incidents as an example to prevent any future occurrences of unprofessional behavior. You should use Air Force standards to guide your decision in correcting unprofessional behavior in your work center.
C. Inappropriate. You should not give the training at this time. You should abide by your training schedule and wait until the next scheduled time. You should never use any subordinates as an example. You should use Air Force standards to guide your decision in correcting their behavior.
D. Appropriate. You are the supervisor and you may give training classes whenever you feel you should. It is also appropriate to use situations as an example if you are using them as a prevention technique, or to correct unprofessional behavior. You should use Air Force standards to guide your decision in correcting their behavior.

This question is part of ALS EXAM SET A (ALL)
Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Feb 02, 2020

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Wyatt Williams

Wyatt Williams

Answered Mar 23, 2018

Inappropriate. You should continuously present opportunities for your team to receive training in maintaining professional relationships not just when an incident happens. However, you should present training again if there is a situation. In addition, purposely humiliating subordinates is not a professional approach to conducting that training.
 

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