Command, Leadership and Ethics: Study the skills, knowledge, attitudes and behaviour that are essential for effective performance in a strategic, multi-national environment. Resources are relevant to leadership within small groups, diverse workforces and complex organisations.
Working With Civvies – the Integrated Workplace
There are so many public servants working for Defence that it is important to know how to work with them.
Counterpropaganda is Not a Dirty Word
Democracies need to shed the ethical baggage associated with counterpropaganda and harness the integrity of their institutions to engage in positive information offensives in a hyper connected age.
Privatisation and the Pitfalls of ADF Expansion
If the ADF is to retain its best people as well as drive recruitment, it needs to match the attractions of private enterprise and not submit to an erosion of its core purpose.
Information – the Missing Member of the Military Power Quartet - Part Two
Information – the Missing Member of the Military Power Quartet - Part One
In his forward to the new capstone doctrine, Australian Military Power, CDF General Campbell highlights ‘to fight and win, the ADF must fight
Book Review: Flourishing: Why We Need Religion in a Globalized World, by Miroslav Volf
The influence of religion at its worst on violence, and its best on peacemaking, is relevant to military leaders today.
Book review: Broken Nation: Australians in the Great War, by Joan Beaumont
My fascination with the Great War, as for other amateur genealogists, begins with the involvement of my relatives.
Book Review: Stopping Military Suicides, by Kate Hendricks Thomas and Sarah Plummer Taylor
Note: Content within this article regarding mental health, suicide and trauma may be distressing to some people.
Book Review: Leadership Secrets of the Australian Army by Brigadier Nicholas Jans (Ret’d) OAM
One reason I joined the Army was that I saw it as an organisation that was committed to developing the leadership of its people.
Book Review: Beyond Combat, edited by Tristan Moss and Tom Richardson
The Australian Defence Force’s (ADF) core business is foundation warfighting.
Book Review: Dare to Lead, by Brené Brown
Brené Brown has been researching vulnerability, shame and resilience for two decades. Her TED talk on “The power of vulnerability” has 37 million views and is one of the five most watched.