Leadership and Ethics

Leadership & Ethics

A Study of Strategic Leadership

The Chiefs: A Study of Strategic Leadership is a study by Brigadier Nick Jans, published by the Australian Defence College. It describes the leadership processes and culture at the most senior levels...

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Leadership & Ethics

On the Psychology of Military Incompetence

Dr Norman Dixon, MBE is the author of ‘On the Psychology of Military Incompetence’ a well known book which analyses military incompetence through numerous case studies and historical examples.

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Leadership & Ethics

The Centre for Defence Leadership & Ethics

Through their site, the Centre of Leadership and Ethics (CDLE) provides a large variety of recommended readings to suit the #BreakIn audience and beyond. They also supply a huge number of quality...

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Leadership & Ethics

International Military Leadership Association Workshop

the International Military Leadership Association Workshop website contains a number of books, essays and papers on leadership and ethics within their annual publications since 2006. 

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Leadership & Ethics

Leadership that Gets Results

This article by Daniel Goleman is currently only available via the Defence Protected Network outlines that even with all the leadership training programs and advice available, effective leadership...

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Leadership & Ethics

The Military Leader Blog

This excellent resource offers a collection of online leadership articles, blogs and discussion forums cited regularly by #TheCove. The Military Leader is designed to provide leaders from all...

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Leadership & Ethics

Leadership in the Profession of Arms

This paper by Sean Hannah from the Centre for the Army Profession & Ethic, outlines the unique causations and contingencies influencing leadership in military contexts. He defines what...

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The Psychology of Evil by Philip Zimbardo

The video 'The Psychology of Evil' by Philip Zimbardo is presented as part of the TED Talk series. Known for his work on the 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment, Phillip has direct experience with...

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Leadership & Ethics

U.S. Army Leadership Manual

Here we present U.S Doctrine FM 6-22 Army Leadership (2006) which establishes leadership doctrine and fundamental principles for all officers, non-commissioned officers, and Army civilians across all...

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Leadership & Ethics

Developing Leaders: The British Army Guide

Information within the British Army Guide tells us that leadership has played a key role over the centuries in enabling armies to survive, endure and succeed. It also reminds us that there are very...

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