Category Archives: Leadership

The Military Senior Enlisted Adviser

By | January 31, 2020

[January 31, 2020]  Leadership requires a joint-cooperative effort between the person in charge and those that are responsible for that leader’s success.  In the U.S. military, there are positions occupied by the most senior enlisted service member that acts as an adviser to the commanding officer.  A senior enlisted adviser (SEA) fulfills the role of coach, mentor, and… Read More »

Profiles: Amy Klobuchar

By | January 29, 2020

[January 29, 2020]  Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar has a good track record of serving her constituents in her state.  As a Democrat, she follows the party line on nearly every major issue.  She has one characteristic that stands out and that is she is demanding of her staff and those around her.  This no-nonsense approach has served her… Read More »

The New Coronavirus and Chinese Censorship

By | January 26, 2020

[January 26, 2020]  The new Coronavirus began to spread faster than determined Chinese censorship could hide it.  A theme promoted on this leadership blog is that when senior leaders fail, people suffer the consequences.  Another theme is that socialism and communism are ideologies that restrict the free flow of people, information, and ideas.  This new virus began in… Read More »