Skip to content

1 Comment

  1. James Wasson
    February 21, 2020 @ 9:57 am

    Awesome and timely perspective. I think the primary challenge is engaging in a more collaborative environment (that many Gen z and Millennials want) and providing the ground work for military stoicism and obedience at the same time. It’s a fine line to walk as a leader, however, I think it can be done successfully.

    What I lament is the leaders who are so eager and willing to throw out the traditional foundations of good order and discipline to “appeal” to the younger generation. I don’t think younger generations are looking to get rid of these foundations (drill and ceremony, history programs, leaders mess, etc.), they simply want to understand why they contribute to the team and have a voice in how the programs are run/managed.


Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: