An Army Captain Shares A Lesson In Humility Of Command
This Army officer learned three crucial lessons about leadership after failing to express his intent behind new PT standards.
Good Leadership Sometimes Means Keeping Your Opinion To Yourself
It’s easy to feel like you’re not really leading unless you are contributing something. Here’s why that’s dangerous.
If You’re Saying, ‘Because I Said So,’ You’re Doing It Wrong
Saying, “Because I said so,” reveals a leader doesn’t really know why the decision was made.
PowerPoint Doesn’t Make Us Stupid, We Make Ourselves Stupid
For all the condemnations of PowerPoint in military culture, there’s a smart way to use it.
Innovative Leadership In The Military Starts By Leaning Forward
Lean into a challenge, and learn forward.