Leadership and Ethics
Nicholas Wells gives us a compelling argument on why the Messes are vital to operations.
Duncan Foster has found a gem from our past that still holds true today.
Check out the first edition of Leadership Quarterly from the Centre for Australian Army Leadership.
Are Chaplains relevant in the Army of today? In this post Army Chaplain Renton McRae uses his experience to give us some views on the role of the Chaplain in the modern Army.
By Renton McRae
'Value judgments are an essential and undeniable feature of human life.' Dan thinks we need to work harder to build our ethical foundation. What do you think?
By Chaplain Dan
Australian Army nurse Tecla Makoni reports on her experiences engaging with the Military Wives Group at Igam Barracks, Papua New Guinea during Exercise Puk Puk 2019.
By Tecla Makoni
In this article, COL Dave McCammon suggests that rather than waiting to learn through your own experience, you can grow through reading and learning from other's experiences. He shares a number of...
The Forge continues to lead the way for JPME.
By The Cove
Talking from the viewpoint of a former Commanding Officer, Nathan Pierpoint has some advice for new sub-unit commanders.
"Good communication skills and empathy is essential for any leader who wishes to understand their subordinates." In today's long read, Matt Ryan examines the life of GEN Peter Cosgrove AK, MC to see...
By Matt Ryan