My ‘Lessons Learnt’ – Four and a Half Thoughts on Sub-Unit Command by Maj Gen (Retd) Patrick Marriott I’ve recently written my first book, a book on leadership. It’s not that long; I wrote it for my children and it is privately published so that I could pass on some of the lessons I learned…Details
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From PNCO to Professor: The Leadership and Management Lessons I Still Use from My NCO Leadership Cadre
From PNCO to Professor: The Leadership and Management Lessons I Still Use from My NCO Leadership Cadre By Prof Pat Tissington I am a university professor who specialises in leadership. I teach students about leadership and management theory, work with doctors who are taking on leadership roles, assess leadership potential and run countless leader development…Details
Fathers Day Gifts For Soldiers An Army Leader’s Father’s Day – Part 3 I hope you’ve enjoyed Parts 1 and 2, on leadership lessons for children and on great Father’s Day day’s out for soldiers. In the final part of An Army Leader’s Father’s Day I wanted to share with you a few good Father’s Day…Details
Five Fathers Day Days Out For Soldiers An Army Leader’s Father’s Day – Part 2 Whilst you’d love to have days out with your children all year round, being a soldier often means you’re not around as much as you’d like. But hopefully on father’s day you’ll have the opportunity to have a quality day…Details
Five leadership lessons for children An Army Leader’s Father’s Day – Part 1 If you’re a father, then Father’s Day is a great day. Depending on the age of your children, there’s half a chance you’ll get a lie in, you’ll probably get taken out for a meal somewhere and with any luck your children…Details
The Unpopular Man: Leading as a Lance Corporal By CSgt Aaron Kerin In July 2006 I attended my Potential Junior Non Commissioned Officers’ Cadre. I was still junior. Fresh faced (even, perhaps, baby-faced). I’d arrived in the battalion only 18 months earlier, only 18 years old. But I had completed a tour of Iraq, Operation…Details