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"Leaders Are Teachers": Great Insights on Leadership and Developing Your People from The Mentorship Forum

Chad Foster has a new post up on his new site "The Mentorship Forum: Leaders Learning Together for the Good of their Team" titled "Leaders Are teachers" that will get you to reflect on how you teach.There is most definitely a science and art to developing people and that teaching is indeed of the utmost importance to leading people. In policing this idea as Chad Foster puts it: "Teachers are leaders . . .

Rethinking the Traditional Teacher-Student Relationship in Conflicts

I woke up to a post from Bruce Ivar Gudmundsson that lead me to this important piece The Ignorant Counterinsurgent: Rethinking the Traditional Teacher-Student Relationship in Conflicts by Maj. Ben Zweibelson, U.S. Army. This is really good! I wanted to share it here on the blog with cops where the old master methodology is still alive and well.

Unreflective Speed of Action...Do You Think Its Time Policing Reflects on the Tactical Influence of Time?

I read a great post Flowing through time: the need for a certain slowness by Sonja Blignaut, In the piece Sonja focus is on business and their organizational cultures and how our preoccupation with speed is creating toxic environments in the workplace but with little reflection you can see the same influences she discusses in products and services to clients crossover into the crisis responses a

Break It Down Show Podcast: Don Vandergriff - Mission Command, Trusting Your People, To Win

Don Vandergriff - Mission Command, Trusting Your People, To Win - Don Vandergriff is the author of the Mission Command series and one of the first 30 guests we've had on the show, ONE OF THE OGs!

Technological Negation of Human Sexual Dimorphism: A Guest Post by Franklin C. Annis, EdD

Leveraging Technology to Bring Non-Battle Injury Risk Closer to Parity Between the Sexes by Franklin C. Annis, EdD

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