The good and bad situation of a command headquarters depends on the capacity of commanders of the respective military units, said Chairman of the State Administration Council Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing in a meeting with commanders and senior military officers of local naval region command headquarters in Thanlyin and Dala stations at Ayeyawady Naval Region Command Headquarters in Botahtaung Township yesterday morning.
An official reported on a brief history of the command headquarters, implementation of four military buildings, giving a helping hand to local people including health care services, and taking security measures of waterways in Yangon Region. The Senior General gave the necessary instructions.
It is necessary to systematic control subordinates to obey waterway rules and regulations
In his speech, the Senior General stressed the need to systematic control subordinates to abide by waterway disciplines adopted by the State and supervise vessels not to breach the disciplines and not to carry unofficial commodities.
The role of leadership
The good and bad situation of a command headquarters depends on the capacity of commanders of the respective military units, and only when commanders control the units under their good command, will it be a good unit. Only when everybody is good at morals, will their behaviours and talk be good. Leaders need to know the mindsets and capacity, strong and weak points of their subordinates. If so, they can correctly deploy and control those subordinates
Controlling subordinate officers and other ranks is giving training to them to have systematic behaviours. As such, the systematic armed forces must be built. Outstanding and skillfulness are just for an assignment as well as an arena. Good Leadership means controlling subordinates by considering various measures. They have to study the ways and means to be good leaders with well-farsightedness and consideration in all aspects, the Senior General said.—MNA