Leadership and Ethics

Leadership & Ethics

Explorers Matter: Reflecting on Military Leadership Through Journeys into the Great Unknown

This article discusses some of the leadership attributes of past explorers and how we can learn from their experiences

By Paul Manuel

Leadership & Ethics

Reflections of a Company Command Team

In this article Mart Tutton provides a series of reflections that he and his command team put together for their successors.

By Mark Tutton

Leadership & Ethics

The Lost Art of Giving (Negative) Feedback

This article via 3x5 Leadership explores whether Army leaders fail to provide quality feedback to their subordinates.

By The Cove

Leadership & Ethics

'168 Leadership Series'

In this article via 3x5 Leadership we hear from a number of experts on how they make the most of their 168 hours per week.

By The Cove

Leadership & Ethics

Command and Control in Modern Warfare

this article via the AARC looks at the importance of talent, experience and expertise

By The Cove

Leadership & Ethics

The Cultural Temperature of the Combat Brigades

The findings from the Australian Human Rights Commission collaboration for cultural reform review via the AARC

By The Cove

Leadership & Ethics

We Need to Talk About Marine A

This article via the University of New South Wales, author Tom McDermott discusses the Case of John Blackman (Marine A). He not only provides a case study, but also a number of legal, tactical and...

By Tom McDermott

Leadership & Ethics

Rupert Hoskin - Reflections on Command

In this article originally published by the Australian Army Journal, Rupert Hoskin provides a brief summary of some key observations made during his time in command.

By The Cove

Leadership & Ethics

On the Folly of Rewarding 'A' while Hoping for 'B'

This article via The Academy of Management, has been described as a 'classic' article in generating group-based PME discussions for a number of decades within Army. The author uses multiple examples...

By The Cove

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