A link to ATP 6-22.1 can be found here.
1) What is counseling?
A: Counseling is the process used by leaders to review with a subordinate the subordinate’s demonstrated performance and potential
2) What are the three categories of developmental counseling?
A: Performance, Event-oriented, Professional growth
*HINT* Remember the acronym PEP
3) Which form is developmental counseling conducted on?
A: DA Form 4856
4) What Army Regulation covers counseling for NCOs?
A: AR 623-3
5) What does documenting short and long term goals create?
A: An Individual Development Plan (IDP)
6) What are the five characteristics of an effective counselor?
A: Purpose, Flexibility, Respect, Communication, Support
7) What are the five qualities of an effective counselor?
A: Respect for subordinates, Self-Awareness, Cultural Awareness, Empathy, Credibility
8) What are the three basic counseling skills?
A: active listening, responding, appropriate questioning
9) What are the four stages of the counseling process?
A: 1. Identify the need for counseling 2. Prepare the counseling session 3. Conduct the counseling 4. Follow-up
10) Who should always be counseled?
A: Soldiers who are not meeting the standard
11) What are the four basic components of a counseling session?
A: 1. Open the session 2. Discuss the issues 3. Develop a plan of action 4. Record and close the session
12) What are the three approaches to counseling?
A: Directive, non-directive, combination
13) What Army publication covers counseling?
A: ATP 6-22.1