About the Lecture: Whether in the military, government or private sector we all admire great leaders and leadership. But what’s the difference between good and great leadership? Based on observation of some of the greatest military leaders of our generation, it's “Teamwork, Tone, Tenacity,” a simple, memorable, actionable framework that can be applied anywhere to improve individual performance and organizational productivity.
About the Speaker: RADM Paul Becker, USN (Ret) is known for success leading large, diverse, high-performing organizations in peace, crisis and combat. He is a dynamic public speaker an author who’s articles and interviews have been widely published. Upon his retirement in 2016 the Naval Intelligence Community established the “RADM Paul Becker ‘Teamwork, Tone, Tenacity’ Leadership Award” in his honor.
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When: Wed Feb. 28
9:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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