Articles on Leadership in the United States Army published in ARMY Magazine, AUSA Headline News, and AUSA News

Changes Underway to Better Care for Soldiers

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Soldiers
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Changes Underway to Better Care for Soldiers

The Army is implementing big changes to reform military justice, reorganize the sexual harassment and assault prevention response program and create a civilian-staffed “prevention workforce,” a senior Army official said.

The three initiatives are part of more than 80 recommendations made last fall by the Independent Review Commission stood up by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, who, in his first directive as secretary, pledged to tackle sexual assault and harassment in the force.

Building Trust is a Key for Good Leaders

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SMA Grinston speaks
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Building Trust is a Key for Good Leaders

From the youngest privates to the most senior leaders, soldiers must build trust with their partners before the fighting starts, a panel of senior NCOs said during a discussion at the Association of the U.S. Army’s LANPAC Symposium and Exposition.

“When it’s time to go somewhere, nobody in this room will fight alone,” Sgt. Maj. of the Army Michael Grinston said, adding that “building those relationships goes beyond just equipment.”

AUSA Center of Leadership Holds First Major Event

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Ret. Col. Scott Halstead leads a discussion
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AUSA Center of Leadership Holds First Major Event

The Center of Leadership, formed in October as a new department in the Association of the U.S. Army’s Education division, is hosting its first major leadership training program May 17–19 in connection with the LANPAC Symposium and Exposition.