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52 Weeks of Ideas

An insight into how a Major General conducts reflective practice.

By Chris Field

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52 Weeks of Ideas Part 2: Resilience, War and Strategy

This article is Part 2 of a two-part series on 52 Weeks of Ideas, including the final 20 ideas on resilience and war & strategy.

By Chris Field

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52 Weeks of Ideas Part 1: By the Numbers, Leadership

This article is Part 1 of a two-part series on 52 Weeks of Ideas, articulating advice by-the-numbers and examining leadership, resilience, war & strategy.

By Chris Field

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Professional Care for Pastoral Carers

'Who padres the Padre?' Major Dansie discusses the topic of padre supervision with the view to create a program to support padres in their work.

By John Dansie

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Reflections of a Sergeant

The promotion from Corporal to Sergeant can feel like a daunting experience. In this article Aaron Thomas offers some advice for new Sergeants based on his experience.

By Aaron Thomas

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Effective Communication

In Army we understand the importance of effective communication, or do we? In this article Kyle Myers argues that we may not be effectively communicating.

By Kyle Myers

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Work in the time of Corona – All-Corps Major Course and working from home

The current public health environment has forced many members of the Australian Defence Force to work from home. Andrew Stokes thinks it may become the norm for some of us to continue to work from...

By Andrew Stokes

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Flirting with the Churn Curve

Military staff produce too much churn and we should stop doing this.

By Nathan Coultis

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Looking at the Military Appreciation Process

In this short video, Douglas Clark looks at the pros and cons of the Military Appreciation Process. Essential viewing for all about to undertake a career course.

By Douglas Clark

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Cultural Reform in Middle Army – Melting Iron Colonels

'Change stalls with the Iron Colonels in Army'. Is this the case? If it is, what can we do about it? In this article, Mike Kalms and John Sayers explore what it would take to melt the iron colonels.

By Mike Kalms

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