As part of service-wide focus on mentorship, Air Education and Training Command will virtually host a Leadership Mentoring Symposium Jan. 27-28, 2021. The two-day mentoring event is being hosted by the AETC Mentoring Council, which is comprised of Airmen from around the command, and will allow senior leaders to mentor to a virtual audience on specific topics.
Knowing is one thing, but “doing” is what makes things count. In today’s competency-based approach to Force Development, the Air Force will now be able to capture what an Airman “knows and can do” through the newly released Airman’s Foundational Competencies. A competency is a combination of knowledge, skills, abilities and other characteristics that manifest in an observable and measurable pattern of behaviors.
The intent of the iChallenge is to capture and fund innovative ideas that directly align with the chief of staff of the Air Force’s ‘accelerate change or lose’ action orders or AETC Strategic Action Plan priorities. First prize is $75,000, which is given to the winner’s wing and second prize is $50,000 for the winner’s wing.
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