Leadership Lessons we can learn from the Military
When in the Holiday Season, we shops to think about all the troops around the world that serve, and the Leaders that lead them. We thank all the men and women who serve with passion and dedication, it is a hard but respectful job. Leading in the Military is also one of the most challenging jobs. Military leadership involves making critical decisions, often in high-pressure situations with significant risks. Influential military leaders ask the right questions and think strategically about making well-informed conclusions upon which they can act; they also know how to motivate teams. In this episode encore episode, back by high demand, we discuss what we can learn from effective military leadership.
Colonel Tom Vossler (Ret.) served 30 years in the U.S. Army. He commanded an infantry platoon in the Vietnam War and a Mechanized Infantry Battalion Task Force in Germany. His television credits include The History Channel; C-Span3 for their “American Artifacts” series; Farm Journal Television, and the Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN). He is also a guest commentator on Civil War Talk Radio. Tom’s has 4 published works including Battle Tested! Gettysburg Leadership Lessons for 21st Century Leaders with co- author Dr. Jeff McCausland
Dr. Jeffrey D. McCausland, is the founder of Diamond6 Leadership & Strategy, LLC. He has conducted numerous executive leadership development workshops. He is a retired Colonel from the U.S. Army and former Dean of Academics at the U.S. Army War College. He is a Visiting Professor of National Security at Dickinson College and a National Security Consultant for CBS radio & television. Dr. McCausland is the co-author of Battle Tested! Gettysburg Leadership Lessons for 21st Century Leaders.