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Understanding yourself and others as a leader - bookend

To round out our theme of 'Understanding yourself and others as a leader', we add this virtual bookend created by Darren Cronshaw with seven of his book reviews on the topic of leadership.

By Darren Cronshaw

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Book review | Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging, By Sebastian Junger

"...veterans [that] encounter chronic post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is not so much a poor reflection on Army and soldiers, but a result of our broader community’s lack of capacity for...

By Darren Cronshaw

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Book Review | Moral Injury: Unseen Wounds in an Age of Barbarism, By Tom Frame

'Moral Injury: Unseen Wounds in an Age of Barbarism' is foundational reading for all chaplains and other military professionals interested in understanding and healing moral injury, or even better...

By Darren Cronshaw

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ASLO PME activity - Reading for War

CO ASLO set a PME task for his soldiers and officers to read a book and provide a review in 5 mins. This article features the video presentations by the staff.

By The Cove

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FORCOMD Commanders' PME Activity 2020-2021 | 16 Aviation Brigade

In line with the Forces Command Reading List 2020-21 Directive, the 16th Aviation Brigade conducted some PME and produced a series of videos about the book, ‘Redefining the Modern Military – The...

By 16th Aviation Brigade

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Book Review | Slow: Live. Life. Simply |By Brooke McAlary

Chris Field reviews the third book in his 'accidental trinity'.

By Chris Field

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A Worth of Fiction

Callum Muntz looks at what reading fiction can teach us.

By Callum Muntz

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Book Review | The Journey of You - Be the Hero of Your Own Adventure

'Dr Jackson is an expert in professional leadership and development, a visiting fellow at the Australian War College, monthly contributor to The Leadership Review magazine, published author and...

By Chris Field

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Book Review | Learned Optimism: How to Change Your Mind and Your Life | Martin Seligman

How optimistic are you, or do you believe you are a natural pessimist? This book review by Chris Field examines Dr Martin Seligman's new book 'Learned Optimism: How to Change Your Mind and Your Life...

By Chris Field

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Book Review | In the Wake of Plague: The Black Death and the World it made

We are all living the changes that are happing because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but what can we learn from the past? Tara Bucknall reviews one the few books that has a look at the “Black Death” and...

By Tara Bucknall

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