Book Review | No Visible Bruises

'No Visible Bruises' gives readers the opportunity to listen to the voices of victims, perpetrators and responders of domestic violence.

By Darren Cronshaw


Centre for Australian Army Leadership | Podcast Series #3 | WO1 Grant McFarlane

Regimental Sergeant Major of the Australian Army, Warrant Officer Grant McFarlane, OAM discusses role clarity and its important in developing effective leadership teams.

By The Centre for Australian Army Leadership


Understanding Self-Control

Self-control is like a muscle that can become fatigued, therefore military leaders should be conscious of this vulnerability.

By Darren Murch OAM


How Binding is your Psychological Contract?

Psychological Contracts - Are they enough to ensure our soldiers fulfil their duties lawfully, loyally and faithfully? This article details how our individual perception can shape our commitment and...

By Darren Murch OAM


SAS Australia - Does being ranked against your peers work?

Tackling the emotive topic of peer rankings; Brody Hannan argues they are as much a test of the team as they are of the individual.

By Brody Hannan


Learning and Leading through Collaboration

Essential reading for RMC cadets, young officers and Platoon Sergeants. Chris Thorburn shares his most important lessons as a Platoon Commander.

By Chris Thorburn


Along the path of training modernisation

Ben Kreis gives us an insight into the training advances at the Geospatial Intelligence Wing (GIW) of the Defence Force School of Intelligence (DFSI).

By Ben Kreis


Leadership vs Management

Army states that it wants leaders, not managers. In this article Chris McDougall argues that management and leadership aren’t two ends of a spectrum; they are complementary lines of effort that all...

By Chris McDougall


Modernisation of Defence Music Training

Glenn Rogers, the Commanding Officer of the Defence Force School of Music explains how his unit has developed a very successful ‘blended’ strategy suitable for the Total Workforce System.

By Glenn Rogers


Writing Competition: Making the CSST 'Manoeuvre', in order to survive and generate operational tempo

CSSTs have long operated with CSSB tactics. They are slow and cumbersome and therefore moving a CSS node requires significant time investment. Robert Gibson has some other ideas.

By Robert Gibson