The U.S. Army Leadership Field Manual

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 21, 2004 - Business & Economics - 300 pages
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How the world's most dynamic organization prepares its leaders for battle, with valuable insights for today's business arena

For mor than 50 years, The U.S. Army Leadership Field Manual has provided leadership training for every officer training program in the U.S. Army. This trade edition brings the manual's value-based leadership principles and practices to today's business world. The result is a compelling examination of how to be an effective leader when the survival of your team literally hangs on your decisions. More than 60 gripping vignettes and stories illustrate historical and contemporary examples of army leaders who made a difference.

The U.S. Army Leadership Field Manual also provides:

  • A leadership approach based on the army's core principles of "Be, Know, Do"
  • Hands-on lessons to enhance training, mentoring, and decision-making skills
  • Chapters that focus on the different roles and requirements for leadership
 

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User Review  - keylawk - LibraryThing

Starts with the "Question" of Command, Management or Leadership. Traits and Principles, Professionalism and Ethics. Part Two - Human Behavior, why study it? Value and Attitudes, human needs ... Read full review

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Got this for my teenage brother who is all about the army. The only protest he had to it was that it didnt have any pictures! He loved it none the less. Actually got him off the computer! Read full review

Contents

The Leader Leadership and the Human Dimension
1
Direct Leadership For Firstline FacetoFace Leaders
73
Organizational and Strategic Leadership
119
Appendix A Performance Indicators
185
Appendix B Character Development
193
Source Notes
196
Index
203
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The Center for Army Leadership is responsible for officer training in the U.S. Army and is located at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

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