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Dissent and strategic leadership of the military professions
Don M. Snider
by Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, PA
Written in English
|Statement||Don M. Snider.|
|Contributions||Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute.|
|LC Classifications||E169.12 .S653 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||2008412123|
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DISSENT AND STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP OF THE MILITARY PROFESSIONS Don M. Snider February This publication is a work of the U.S. Government as defined. Dissent And Strategic Leadership Of The Military Professions [Snider, Don M., Institute, Strategic Studies] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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military. Are our armed forces just obedient bureaucracies like most of the. Dissent and Strategic Leadership of the Military Professions. Don M. Snider; April 1, ; Home. Articles. Dissent and Strategic Leadership of the Military Professions.
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[Don M. Snider.]. Another important aspect of an act of dissent that will influence the perceptions of those in a trust relationship with the strategic leaders of military professions is the extent to which the issue falls within the leader's particular area of military's by: The subjects were asked: 1) Under what circumstances (short of an illegal order) is a military professional justified in dissenting or disobeying an order; 2) What form should this dissent take' 6.
For a review of that “revolt” and the derivation of norms for public dissent by military professionals, see Don M. Snider, “Dissent and Strategic Leadership of the. This chapter reviews the unique causations and contingencies influencing leadership in military contexts, and evaluates how the context influences individual, dyadic, and collective leadership processes.
An exemplary ethic is important for any profession of arms. Leadership in military settings may vary between stages of preparation, in situ action, and recovery from dangerous by: 9.
The article reviews the book "American Civil-Military Relations: The Soldier and the State in a New Era," edited by Suzanne C. Nielsen and Don M. Snider. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THE AUTHOR. // Dissent & Strategic Leadership of the Military Professions;, preceding p1. The article offers a brief profile of author Don M.
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military. The Principles of Military Leadership: Forward-looking, it depends on in-depth analysis and judgment of the current situation; Tough, this is the basic quality of the soldiers and the belief in completing the task; Flexibility, mobilizing all resources, coping with ever-changing scenarios.
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According to Shamir and Ben-Ari (), Military leadership encourages sympathy toward colleagues' needs, considering the world issues from different perceptions, and critical thinking. Dissent by military officers falls into two main categories: violent and non-violent. In essence, when a military officer, military leader chooses to oppose the orders given to him by his superior officers or national leader, he/she must decide whether his counter-action will be violent or.
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Stated differently, while there are many functions of leadership that are common to all organizations, there are a critical few that are significantly different in military professions, most owing to the unique expert knowledge of professions (its internal creation, adaptation, etc.) and the inherently moral, “life or death” nature of the.Learning Under Fire: Progress and Dissent in the US Military.
Dissent and Strategic Leadership of the Military Professions the author develops from the study of military professions the.The Strategic Studies Institute of the US Army War College publishes security and strategic reports and publications which serve to influence policy debate and bridge the gap between Military and Academia.
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