British Soldiers reading some leadership books‘Leaders are readers’. Learn from others’ experiences and theories by getting your head into some good leadership books. Below are leadership books we have read and recommend, and also some articles that recommend book that will enhance your leadership.

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Not enough time to read? Well first, I’d recommend you read Gen Mattis’s email about not finding the time to read. But if you still struggle to find the time, I highly recommend trying Audible and downloading books to listen do in your car or on your commute.

The British Army Challenge Book

The British Army Challenge Book

The British Army Challenge Book Reviewed by Stephen Carey As a Psychiatrist, I often see people for whom the stabilising fins of family, organisational structure, tradition and support have proven insufficient to prevent their boat overturning. And once overturned, a changed and corrosive world view can set in, taking time to correct. More broadly, we…

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Christmas Leadership Book List 2019

Christmas Leadership Book List 2019 By Tim Heck, Book Reviews Editor Each year, with Christmas around the corner and High Street full of holiday sales, The Army Leader reaches out to respected military leaders, scholars, and authors to ask them for a recommendation for our Christmas leadership book list. This year we sought a more…

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Mission Command II: The Who, What, Where, When and Why: An Anthology, by Donald E. Vandergriff

Mission Command II: The Who, What, Where, When and Why: An Anthology, by Donald E. Vandergriff Reviewed by The Maverick Sergeant Published in February 2019, this book is the second volume of Donald Vandergriff and Stephen Webber’s Mission Command series, following on from their first edition published in 2017. Mission Command II: The Who, What,…

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Adopting Mission Command - a soldier in Afghanistan

Adopting Mission Command: Developing Leaders for a Superior Command Culture, by Donald E. Vandergriff

Adopting Mission Command: Developing Leaders for a Superior Command Culture, by Donald E. Vandergriff Reviewed by Dave Bickers Mission Command has featured in United States Army doctrine since the advent of AirLand Battle in 1982.  After more than three decades has the organisation fully adapted to a culture of decentralised command? No, says Donald E.…

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