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AUSA 6 2015

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AUSA 6 2015

  1. 1. ContinuumofLeaderDevelopment The development of agile and adaptive leaders of the future occurs through continuous investment in educational experiences, broadening opportunities, and realistic training to optimize the performance of individuals and teams. Continuous leader development is critical for leaders to improve and thrive in ambiguity and chaos, and win in a complex world. Pre-Commissioning Mid-Level Leaders Junior Leader Development Developing Future Leaders Senior Leader Continuation Teach, Coach, Mentor Unified Action Access to Program s Agile and Adaptive Leaders Changes in pre-commission- ing training and development focused on improved realism and complexity to optimize human performance Broadening and education programs invest in leaders who repay that investment in their careers Development through operational levels prepares leaders for positions of strategic importance Development of leaders who develop other leaders. Building flexibility in creating solutions to complex problems AUSA 6 2015.indd 1 10/1/2015 2:16:40 PM
  2. 2. AUSA 2015 Annual Meeting and Exposition Mission Command Center of Excellence (MC CoE) (913) 684-8519 Human Dimension Capability Development Integration Directorate (HD CDID) Center for Army Leadership (CAL) Center for Army Profession and Ethics (CAPE) Combined Arms Doctrine Directorate (CADD) Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) Directorate of Training and Strategy (DOTS) Combined Arms Center-Training (CAC-T) (913) 684-8016 Army Joint Support Team (AJST) Army Training Support Center (ATSC) Mission Command Training Program (MCTP) Combat Training Center Directorate (CTCD) National Simulation Center (NSC) Training Management Division (TMD) Combined Arms Center-Army University (913) 684-3097 Command and General Staff College (CGSC) Army Management Staff College (AMSC) Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Operation (WHINSEC) Warrant Officer Career College (WOCC) Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) Training and Doctrine Command Culture Center (TCC) Combat Studies Institute (CSI) Military Review (MilReview) For more information, contact us at: Office of Public Affairs (913) 684-2019 / 3448 / 8578 Developing Future Leaders Lead/Facilitator: Lt. Gen. Robert Brown, commanding general of the U.S.Army Combined Arms Center Panel Members: Gen. David Perkins, commanding general of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Command Sgt. Maj. David Davenport, command sergeant major of the U.S.Army Training and Doctrine Command Pre-Commissioning: Cpt. Marshall Plumlee (Cadet Leadership Course – Duke) Lt. Anthony Mendez (Cyber Protection Brigade, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Intern) Broadening and Education: Sgt. Julie Bytnar (Graduate Program, – Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences) Cpt. DanYokoyama (Strategic Broadening Seminar – University of Louisville) Maj. Dan Belzer (Virginia Commonwealth University Graduate Fellow) Total Force: Cpt. Dan Rippey (361st Tactical Psychological Operations Company, Microsoft) Civilian Development: Heidi Stoetzel (Executive Leader Development Program) John Hall (Army Logistics University) Strategic Broadening Col. David Raugh (Advanced Strategic Planning and Policy Program (ASP3)) Sgt. Maj. Annette Weber (Department of Labor Fellow) Maj. Gen. Edward Dorman (Army Strategic Leader Development Program – Advanced Course) AUSA 6 2015.indd 2 10/1/2015 2:17:06 PM

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