The Republic of Moldova Military Institute's Lecure Series: Leadership and Ethics
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CENTER FOR STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP
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As part of the Republic of Moldovas defense transformation efforts, the Moldovan Military Institute MMI is in its second year of a three year action plan to completely revise its professional military education PME curriculum. In September 2011, the MMI will begin its new curriculum for its incoming cadets where they will complete the four-year program finishing with a bachelors degree in public administration. To prepare the faculty members in developing the curriculum, the MMI is hosting a series of subject matter expert lectures through Mar 2011 when their curriculum is due to the Moldova Ministry of Education. The lecture series topics include civil-military relations, leadership ethics, defense management, geostrategy and communications media. These lectures will assist the MMI in developing a basic course PME curriculum to become the premiere academic and military training institute for the Moldovan Armed Forces MAF. The MMI Action Plan is supported by the NATO International and Military Staffs, and by the PfP Consortium of Defense Academies and Security Studies Institutes. In February, 2010, Dr. Marybeth Ulrich facilitated an expert lecture series on civil-military relations. The MMI invited Dr. Craig Bullis, Department of Command, Leadership and Management DCLM, U.S. Army War College USAWC, to facilitate the second event of this lecture series titled, leadership and ethics. Before seventeen faculty members and over the course of a three day period, Dr. Bullis presented three lectures on leadership entitled, What is leadership Leading Yourself and Developing Leaders. The discussion of developing ethical leaders and integrating ethics curriculum was discussed throughout the seminars. LTC Vince Lindenmeyer, USAWC, provided the faculty members an overview on the Partnership for Peace PfP generic PME curriculum initiative, a multinational effort supported by NATO and the PfP Consortium.
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