Kathleen Adams FYSM Writing Prompt #6 Continuing October 4th prompt In the film, “Saving Private Ryan”, Captain Miller makes a very poor decision that lead to bad outcomes for both himself and his unit. This bad decision of his involved him freeing a German soldier that had under their custody. His men disagreed with his controversial […]
Kathleen Adams Leadership War & Hollywood October 9, 2019 Leader Member Exchange Theory In the film, A Bridge Too Far, Lieutenant General Browning uses the Leader Member Exchange Theory when directing his men. The Leader Member Exchange Theory can be described by the relationship between a leader and his or her followers. This relationship is […]
Kathleen Adams Writing buddy: Kate Writing Assignment 1 September 3, 2019 Abraham Lincoln Throughout history we have been exposed to various styles of leadership. Abraham Lincoln’s methods of leading through communication and integrity juxtaposed with Hitler’s style of intimidation and aggression. These qualities of both leaders dictated whether history remembered them as successful leaders or […]
Kathleen Adams Leadership War and Hollywood September 17, 2019 Patton The film Patton depicts the story of the controversial World War II hero, General George S. Patton. His story begins with his travels in North Africa and finishes with the invasion of Europe and the fall of the Third Reich. He works alongside the less […]
Kathleen Adams Leadership, War, and Hollywood September 10, 2019 Military Discipline The word “discipline” has and will continue to be interpreted differently by everyone. Many relate the word with its aggressive nature, while some believe that discipline should be expressed in a personable manner. While addressing the Corps of Cadets, U.S. Military Academy, Major General […]
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