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CDLE Leadership Paper 1 - 2009

In CDLE Leadership Paper 1-2009 CMDR Tony Mullan, RAN identifies a range of practical areas against which the content of existing values programs in Defence can be evaluated. The paper describes what values are and their relationship to individual behaviour, decision making and long term organisational performance.

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CDLE Leadership Paper 2 - 2008

The CDLE Leadership Paper 2-2008 is Warrant Officer Class One, Kevin Woods’ CSC, OAM, account of leadership from a solider’s point of view. In this paper WO1 Woods covers aspects of leadership around compassion, risk aversion, honest reporting, micro-management, and moral courage,

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Teaching Guidelines – A Criticial Thinking Model

Critical thinking is that mode of thinking – about any subject, content, or problem – in which the thinker improves the quality of his/her thinking by skilfully analysing assessing, and reconstructing it. Critical thinking is self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and self-corrective thinking. It assumes (or takes for granted) agreeance to rigorous standards of excellence and careful (mindful) command of their use. It entails effective communication and problem-solving abilities, as well as a commitment to overcome our native egocentrism and sociocentrism (or group egocentrism).

Person taking notes
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Mentorship Handbook

The role of effective mentorship within the ADF is self-evident but its effective implementation can prove challenging. This US mentoring guide was adapted for use by senior Army leaders and contains a Q&A section and other great information on the Mentoring process. We're currently developing Australian specific resources to support you further.

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CDLE Command Paper 2 - 2004

CDLE Command Paper 2-2004 is a commentary and discussion on developing a Command philosophy. Developed by CDLE for the Australian Command and Staff Course in 2004, it has some timeless advice regarding how to tackle command and how to develop a command phiolospohy whether it is personal or officially promulgated.

Is AI Really a Threat to Humanity?
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Computer Vision, Reinforcement Learning and Imitation Learning in Robotics

The article is aimed at any military officer or non-commissioned soldier with an interest in future technologies. No formal study in the field is required. The article is useful to appreciate the current pace in artificial intelligence designs and to inform realistic future military capabilities.

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