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Explain how Leaders can use positive psychology in general and MRT specifically to overcome leadership challenges (sexual assault, domestic violence, substance abuse, etc) in their units

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1. GENERAL
•   American Psychological Association (APA) is the standard format for the entire paper
•   Minimum of 3 level-one headings (conclusion will not count as a level one heading).
•   Minimum of 5 references to support the paper.
2. TITLE PAGE
• Title of the paper (upper and lower case letters)
• Students name
• Date
3. CONTEXT
•   As senior leaders, we have a significant role in the climate of their organizations, especially when it comes to the area of stress. Positive psychology and resiliency are powerful weapons in the Army’s arsenal to help
Soldiers and leaders deal with stress and unproductive behaviors. The purpose of this paper is for the students to demonstrate an understanding of the core concepts of positive psychology and resiliency factors.
4. BODY
•   Explain how Leaders can use positive psychology in general and MRT specifically to overcome leadership challenges (sexual assault, domestic violence, substance abuse, etc) in their units.
5. REFERENCES
•   In-text citations will be used.
•   List all references used (books, articles, specific documents).
•   All references will be cited correctly in accordance with APA standards.
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How Leaders can use general positive psychology in general and specific MRT to address leadership issues in their units
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How Leaders can use general positive psychology in general and specific MRT to address leadership issues in their units

Introduction
Army leaders have an indispensable mandate of creating a productive organizational culture that helps to alleviate the prevalence of unproductive behaviors that give rise to workplace stress. Examples of such tendencies include sexual assault, substance abuse, and domestic violence. There are several avenues through which senior army leaders, and soldiers themselves, can help to alleviate indifferent behaviors. Positive psychology and master resilience training represent two of the most effective routes. Positive psychology refers to the systematic inquiry of the strengths that allow people, as separate beings and as groups, to flourish. The foundation of positive psychology is the belief that people prefer leading fulfilling and meaningful lives so that they can realize their potential and enhance their experiences of work, love and play. Master Resilience Training, often abbreviated as MRT, is a program offered by the U.S. Army with the goal of helping soldiers learn about resilience while training them to teach their colleagues about the same. This paper presents a discussion of the way in which army managers or leaders might apply general positive psychology and specific MRT to challenge leadership issues in their units.
The application of positive psychology in general
As recommended by Peterson (2006), army soldiers should not seek to prevent what is...

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