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Top collegiate leaders from across the United States are gathering at Fort Leavenworth this week with a single goal – get even better.
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Army ROTC Feb 13
We’ve been talking about empathy, humility and other qualities of leadership this week at Leadership Seminar. What else is an important leadership quality for our young leaders?
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Army ROTC Feb 13
What kind of leader should you be? What will your soldiers expect from you? I don’t expect you to lead the way every day, but your Omaha Beach day will come, and I expect you to lead the way. Gen. Townsend
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Army ROTC Feb 13
To put his career in perspective - in 1982 professor Dr. Scott Fahlman invented emoticons ;)
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Army ROTC Feb 13
Gen. Townsend is speaking with top and Cadets tonight at the close of the Leadership Seminar.
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Army ROTC Feb 13
Not here at Fort Leavenworth to watch the Senior Enlisted Panel giving advice to future 2LTs from Army ROTC and West Point. Watch it on video and see what Army Senior Enlisted Leaders had to say.
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Army ROTC Feb 13
At your ROTC Battalions and West Point we want you to focus on the basics of leadership. We wanted to broaden your aperture a little this week. MG Evans concluding the GCM Leadership Seminar
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Army ROTC Feb 13
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Army ROTC Feb 13
LTC Dan Gibson & CPT Mark Zwirgzdas discuss advising Iraqi Security Forces during the battle of Mosul during the fight against ISIS.
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Army ROTC Feb 13
The first thing you need to do as a new Platoon Leader is figure out what your platoon is already planning on doing. Senior Enlisted Panel to Cadets at the George C. Marshall Leadership Seminar.
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Army ROTC Feb 13
Look for those leaders who value the success of others.
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Army ROTC Feb 13
Senior Leader Panel insight: When you are a new leader, you want to make sure you give everybody a start. Soldiers might respond to your better than their last leader, so don’t write anyone off without giving them the chance to succeed.
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Army ROTC Feb 13
Replying to @NCOL_CoE @CSM_ArmyROTC
A: The idea of “NCO business” - there’s no such thing as NCO business, its all Leader’s business. You have to be involved with that business as much as any NCO.
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Army ROTC Feb 13
Replying to @ArmyROTC
If you go in with idea that it is a shared responsibility, you have a leader way of doing things. 2/2
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Army ROTC Feb 13
Can you address any misconceptions about the NCO corps? A: That there is a NCO way of doing things and an Officer way of doing things. 1/2
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Army ROTC Feb 13
Great first question from Cadet, “What makes you the most excited when you get a new LT at your unit?” It gives me the ability to teach, coach and mentor a young officer.
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Army ROTC Feb 13
Leadership Seminar starting off day 3 with a Senior Leadership Panel led by
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Army ROTC Feb 12
“Maintain a habit of growth. Acquiring new knowledge keeps you intellectually humble...” Humility and lifelong learning are 2 things the Cadets at are hearing again and again. What other habits should young leaders cultivate?
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Army ROTC Feb 12
"Starting today commit yourself to finding your Fox."
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Army ROTC Feb 12
The Leadership Seminar kicked off this morning with time for Cadets to speak to their Brigade Commanders and Cadre. They'll spend the rest of the day in small group discussions. Stay tuned for more insights and photos!
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