Staff Ride – Learn from history

Learn from History

Victory Principles, Leadership Lessons from D-Day

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Victory Principles, Leadership Lessons from D-Day

Victory Principles, Leadership Lessons from D-Day

Learn from history. Colonel Leonard Kloeber, Jr. describes seven

bedrock leadership principles illustrated by the historic events of June

6th 1944 when Allied forces landed on the Normandy coast of France

to liberate Europe during World War II.  For more information about the book click on www.victoryprinciples.com

To purchase the book go to Amazon or Barnes and Noble

You can contact Col. Kloeber by completing the contact form or sending an email to staffride@gmail.com

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January 7th, 2010 at 6:27 pm

Train Current and Future Leaders with a Staff Ride

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I am often asked to concisely explain the concept of a Staff Ride and how it can be used to train leaders. To answer this question, I have written a short, two-page article which you can share with others who may ask about it too. I have attached a link at this site in the column to the right, or you can download it here: Train Leaders with a Staff Ride

Share this with your friends and colleagues easily by sending a link via email to this site: www.staffride.com.   If you have any questions about Staff Rides or leadership development you can contact me directly by email at staffride@gmail.com or use the contact form in the sidebar.

Best wishes for success.

Leonard Kloeber, Jr. COL (Ret.)

Leonard Kloeber, Jr. COL (Ret.)

Leonard Kloeber, Jr

Author Victory Principles, Leadership Lessons from D-Day

www.victoryprinciples.com

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January 6th, 2010 at 12:35 pm

Welcome to Staff Ride

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Wecome to Staff Ride.  This is the place to learn from history.  Staff Rides were originally used by the German Army in the late 1800’s to train their General Staff officers.  They studied the battles from the Napoleonic Wars to better understand what happend, why it happened, and what could be learned and appplied to the future.  Staff Rides were later conducted by the US Army to train officers at the US Army Command and General Staff School.  Often they used battles from the American Civil War as the basis for the discussion.  They visited battlefields like Gettysburg, Antietem, and Petersburg to discover leadership lessons that could be applied in the future.  Staff Rides are still used by the military today.  They are also used by other government agencies and the private sector to learn from history.  Find more information about our Staff Rides complete the contact form.

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May 7th, 2009 at 8:00 pm

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