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Self-Development, Influence and Social Media with MAJ Josh Powers

Reinvigorating the Army's Approach to Mission Command (Part 1, 2, and 3)

The mission command philosophy is the U.S. Army’s approach to command and control. It empowers subordinate decision-making and decentralized execution, using mission orders to enable disciplined initiative in accomplishment of the commander’s intent. On this score, there is good news and bad news. The bad news is many in our Army find the idea of mission command confusing or insincere. For some, there is a significant difference between what mission command should be versus what actually happens. Over the past decade, leaders at various levels routinely cited their personal experience in garrison, during field training, and while operationally deployed as at odds with our mission command philosophy. The good news is leaders at every level, from warfighters to doctrine writers and squad leaders up to general officers, are talking about mission command.

Self-Development, Influence and Social Media with MAJ Josh Powers

BG Ross Coffman, NGCV CFT Director ALx Presentation and Slides

BG Ross Coffman spoke about developing leaders in large-scale combat operations in Fort Leavenworth on 03 December 2019.

Self-Development, Influence and Social Media with MAJ Josh Powers

New Army Values Posters

The Center for Army Profession and Leadership developed Army Values posters in a downloadable high resolution pdf document which can be printed in a 24X36 size for distribution within your organization.

Self-Development, Influence and Social Media with MAJ Josh Powers

Leadership Discussion Tool on Active Listening

This discussion tool can be used for a professional development session either in a classroom environment or during unoccupied time as hip pocket training (Cell Phone Accessible). This tool provides a Doctrinal reference of the Active Listening, a video vignette and facilitation guide with discussion points.

Self-Development, Influence and Social Media with MAJ Josh Powers

New ADP 6-22

ADP 6-22, Army Leadership and the Profession, establishes and describes the foundations of Army leadership, outlines the echelons of leadership, and describes the attributes and core leader competencies expected of all leaders across all levels and cohorts. Some changes that occurred during publication of the new ADP 6-22 include new and modified terms: Army leader, Army team building, Leadership, Army Profession, counterproductive leadership

Self-Development, Influence and Social Media with MAJ Josh Powers

The Army People Strategy

The Army People Strategy published October 2019 describes how we will shift from simply distributing personnel to more deliberately managing the talents of our Soldiers and Civilians.

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