Leadership

Leadership

Leadership in Focus: Listen, Learn and Lead via Grounded Curiosity

In this limk from Grounded Curiosity, Jason Moriarty explores the Chief of Army's leadership philosophy of 'Listen, Learn and Lead' from a uniquely personal perspective.

By Vicky Osborn

Leadership

Vietnam War Hero LTGEN Hal Moore's Lessons on Leadership

Retired LTGEN Hal Moore passed away on Friday 10th February 2017 just shy of his 95th birthday. The Cove considers it an honour to share the leadership lessons of a true professional. (Link via...

By The Cove

Leadership

The Chief of Army on Leadership

In this link to a podcast via Monash University, LT GEN Campbell discusses the importance of building trust, unity of purpose and empowering individuals when leading troops.

By Vicky Osborn

Leadership

What People Keep Getting Wrong About Life and Leadership in the Australian Army via the Junket

In 2016 Australian soldier Jonathan Batten was invited to not only attend 'Junket', an annual 'un-conference' held by www.junkee.com, an award winning Australian media brand.

By Tom McDermott

Leadership

Speaking When Angry

This article via the Military Leader is about the issue of anger in leadership.

By Tom McDermott

Leadership

Navy Seals, Destructive Egos and Leadership

In this link from Business Insider, ex-Navy Seals Jocko Willink and Leif Babin discuss how your ego can be your most destructive trait as a leader.

By The Cove

Leadership

Junior Command Handbook 2016

This great publication, produced in 2016 by the Centre for Army Lessons, gives advice to all junior commanders on professionalism, teamwork and innovation.

By Tom McDermott

Leadership

Recruiting, Retention and Cultural Change

In This paper, Warrant Officer Coggan to discusses how to increase recruitment, continue cultural change within the Defence Force, and retain the diverse populace in order to further strengthen...

By Michael Coggan

Leadership

Leadership: Under the Enhanced Career Management Model

This paper discusses leadership and the three levels of leadership as defined by Army.

By Anthony Hogan

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