Leadership Lessons From the Big Screen

Leadership Lessons From the Big Screen
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Great leaders are lifelong learners. But self-improvement doesn't come easy.
You may have trouble visualizing leadership techniques and management approaches as presented in self-development books and professional journals. Or you may be searching for a more entertaining, enjoyable way to grow your employees' leadership skills.
Whether you're currently serving, a veteran established in a civilian career, or a military spouse, MOAA may have the answer and it's as close as your TV remote control. Learn about:

  • Driving change through Remember the Titans
  • Seeking mentorship and adapting to organizational culture from The Devil Wears Prada
  • The Importance of "Disciplined Disobedience" from 2019's Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan

A good movie can be more than just entertainment it can inform, educate, and provide a vehicle to sharpen your leadership skills and attributes. A memorable performance can inspire real-world success.
Interested? Join Lt. Col. Aric Raus, USA, assistant professor of Command and Leadership at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and a member of MOAA's national board of directors, as he explains how you can use some of Hollywood’s best known films and actors to take leadership training from the classroom to the big screen.


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