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Contents:
  1. Executive Ed Course
  2. Article excerpt
  3. Thoughts on solitude and leadership — William Deresiewicz
  4. Leadership The West Point Lecture
  5. William Deresiewicz on Learning to Lead

Executive Ed Course

This was the incentive to do all the pre-work before class. Cadets had to present to each other.


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Whether it was a math problem or an engaging thought provoking question about history, we had to write our answer on the board and share with the rest of the class. We essentially taught ourselves. They have it at their fingertips.

Article excerpt

We must help them make sense of all they know. They are incentivized by action more than by mere talking.

The Future of Strategic Military Leadership - Murphy Danahy - TEDxWestPoint

They want to do things that are real and meaningful—not hypothetical and trivial. But the truth is, you struggle with finding an effective way to instill the leadership and life skills that make this possible.

Michael S. Erwin, Co-author of Lead Yourself First, CEO of the Character & Leadership Center

This is an academically rigorous course that relies heavily on the case based learning. The course examines and integrates leadership in organizations from four perspectives: the individual, the group, the leader, and the organization.

Thoughts on solitude and leadership — William Deresiewicz

Individuals are the basic building blocks of any organization. The student learns the Police Leadership Framework and also learns the attributes and skills of effective followership. The individual is examined as a psychological system. The student learns various aspects of extrinsic and intrinsic motivation and how those factors relate to individual motivation, satisfaction, and performance.

Leadership The West Point Lecture

Groups dynamics influence performance of the group, individuals in the group, and organizational performance. They have it at their fingertips. We must help them make sense of all they know. They are incentivized by action more than by mere talking.

William Deresiewicz on Learning to Lead

They want to do things that are real and meaningful—not hypothetical and trivial. But the truth is, you struggle with finding an effective way to instill the leadership and life skills that make this possible. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.