I have a soldier who scored a 300 on his last APFT test and his team leader wants to give him a positive counseling statement along with the Fitness Patch. Any samples out there? We can use a negagtive and just reverse it but I bet someone has written a good positive counseling statement before, though I know we tend to write more negative than positive.
Congratulate them on exceeded the Army Standards and setting an example for his/her peers to go by. Promote how this affects his/her promotion points, possible board attendance or leading PT. The benefits of achieving that goal as well as rewards for achieving it again (policies for PT) Counselings are event-oriented. This is an atta-boy/girl in writing.
"God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference"
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