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Back to the Drawing Board: Redesigning Leaders for Joint Task Force (JTF) Command in 2035
[Technical Report, Monograph]
ARMY COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF COLLEGE FORT LEAVENWORTH KS
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The Army must prioritize Joint Task Force JTF commander development as the focus for leader development, not only to succeed in multi-domain operations MDO, but also across a host of potential future contingencies. Neither the Army nor the Joint force have leadership attributes for specific echelons of command, which is the crucial starting point. All commanders must anticipate, adapt, respond, and serve these are universal competencies. Seven attributes are derived from considering how JTF commanders achieve these competencies in future operational environment 2035 systems thinking, strategic thinking and communications, human-AI competence, emotional intelligence, empathy, psychological durability, and inquisitiveness. The Army must begin developing these attributes and align them to talent management over the course of each officers career to prepare the JTF commanders of tomorrow.
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