Leadership and Ethics

Leadership & Ethics

My Spectrum of Discomfort: A Personal Perspective on a Sense of Belonging

2019 Staff Pick: This article was chosen by the Director of Army Education as her favourite article for 2019.

By Nick Wilson

Leadership & Ethics

On Personal and Professional Potential

After examining the Chief of Army's three key documents, the Commander of Forces Command gives us three ideas on how leaders can enable Army's personnel to reach their personal and professional...

By Chris Field

Leadership & Ethics

Own Your Enterprise

'Having a meaningful impact that promotes service of others before self, being a life-long learner and improving the organisation requires more than adherence to organisational standards and...

By Darren Murch OAM

Leadership & Ethics

Examination of the detainees’ status and argument for revisiting Geneva Conventions.

Is it time to review the Geneva Conventions when it comes to the treatment and handling of detainees?

By Cameron Niven

Leadership & Ethics

Cadets honour ANZACs at Cowboys Ceremony | Australian Army Cadets

On the 3rd May 2019, Australian Army Cadets from 151 Army Cadet Unit conducted an Australian and New Zealand National Flag ceremony at the Cowboys ANZAC tribute match.

By The Cove

Leadership & Ethics

Understanding how to understand: An Introduction on working with Indigenous Cultures

Ms Eileen Deemal-Hall and LTCOL Tim Rutherford presented Understanding how to understand: An introduction to working with Indigenous Cultures at the Russel Offices' Ngunnawal Theatre.

By The Cove

Leadership & Ethics

On Military Virtues | The Dead Prussian Podcast

Virtues are different to values. In this podcast from The Dead Prussian, Professor David Whetham talks about the importance of Military Virtues.

By The Cove

Leadership & Ethics

Reflections on Battalion Command

Nathan Pierpoint reflects on his time in command.

By Nathan Pierpoint

Leadership & Ethics

Candour in Australian Defence Force Leaders

Do our leaders really want 'frank and fearless' advice? Wes Bartlett outlines how we can do better.

By Wes Bartlett

Leadership & Ethics

A Double-edged Sword? Pinpointing the Roots of Restraint in War

Released in 2018, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) 'Roots of Restraint' report surveyed more than 400 Australian soldiers to try and understand the relationship between fighters...

By Pat Griffiths

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