CompanyCommand: A Peer-to-Peer Learning Forum
PICTURE FOR A moment that you are a front-line Army leader in combat and you've just taken your first casualty. The emotions are overwhelming and your soldiers are looking to you for guidance and leadership. Where do you turn for the insights you need to lead your organization through this crucible?
With this scenario in mind, consider Stephanie in Iraq, whose unit took its first casualty. The Army has policy, regulations, and doctrine on how to appropriately honor soldiers killed in action. However, what Stephanie really needed was the voice of ...