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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 busine 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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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 busine 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

30 review for The U.S. Army Leadership Field Manual

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brom Kim

    From my understanding, this work is a result of the Army's post-Vietnam restructuring, and re-thinking of itself. What I love about this book is the foundational tenet that leadership is built on the three pillars of be, know, do. That it is, according to the authors, leadership is neither formula, approach, nor skill, but an integral part of the identity of the leader. This fits with what I have learned about the craft of leadership via hard knocks. To be truly successful, in the long term, one From my understanding, this work is a result of the Army's post-Vietnam restructuring, and re-thinking of itself. What I love about this book is the foundational tenet that leadership is built on the three pillars of be, know, do. That it is, according to the authors, leadership is neither formula, approach, nor skill, but an integral part of the identity of the leader. This fits with what I have learned about the craft of leadership via hard knocks. To be truly successful, in the long term, one must act with real integrity (be), know what the heck one is doing, and have the right skills (know), and bring these together into action (do). The U.S. Army and I may be completely wrong about this approach, but it works for me. Again, I am talking about real success here, meaning the kind of success that endures and benefits future generations, not about getting rich quick, or acquiring false, short term power. As a read, the book drags a bit, but it's worth getting through. Remember, it is a field manual (FM22-100). It is very concentrated, and precise. I listened to this on Audible, during the commute, in 20 minute chunks, and recommend this approach. My high rating of this book is for the thought that went into it, the quality of the model, and the clear imprint of the process it took to make the book, i.e. a large organization picking itself up out of a troubled time, and voicing a clear and timeless expression of it's core values.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte R.S.

    Accomplishes what it sets out to accomplish, clearly and concisely. Often repetitious, but repetition can help drive points home. I'm not entirely sure you can make material like this any more exciting than it is, although I did enjoy reading the examples that illustrated certain abstract points. Accomplishes what it sets out to accomplish, clearly and concisely. Often repetitious, but repetition can help drive points home. I'm not entirely sure you can make material like this any more exciting than it is, although I did enjoy reading the examples that illustrated certain abstract points.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Andrew (Andy or AJ)

    I read it and,now,when I work with groups, I put the things I learned from this book into play. This book helps!!!

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    John Ervin

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    Clare Spelick

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    Michael Hanson

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