Discussions about the character—or lack thereof—of world leaders, elected officials and even entire generations abound in the media.
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I have been fortunate to have served in positions that enabled me to learn from our Army’s senior leaders in a variety of settings.
As the Army adapts to multiple operational environments and a constantly evolving enemy threat, so must our leaders and leadership dev
Significant strides have been made in smoothing the transition of separating soldiers by credentialing them for the private-sector job market, but there is more to be done, the Army’s top enlisted soldier said.Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey told a House Appropriations subcommittee that the Army has credentialed more than 30,000 transitioning soldiers over the past year, and that a small investment can have big results.“These credentials cost anywhere from $150 to $500,” Dailey said.
Imagine trying to explain Little League, college ball and Major League as a distinct each, without understanding they are all forms of
The Army is mildly obsessed with innovative leadership, as reflected throughout strategic documents such as the Army Operating Concept
Army leaders use electronic communication on a daily basis.
Brainstorming is a valuable technique when an organization must develop the plan for a large-scale or complex project or an enduring p