Developing Leaders Via Reflective Mentoring
Air Command And Staff College Maxwell Air Force Base United States
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For most military members, deliberate leadership study and development is confined to periodic attendance at formal military education or as a second-order effect from training and experience. However, to fully develop a service members leadership attributes, leadership development needs to be a continuous process throughout a service members career. Mentoring is a highly effective way to bridge the gaps in leadership development that exist between professional military education, training, and experience.