Module Overview: What does it mean to stand for something bigger than ourselves? What does it mean to lead with empathy? Lieutenant Colonel Mike “Johnny Bravo” Drowley shares the story of who he is as an attack pilot, leader, and Airman.
Intended Audience: All squadron personnel
Timeframe: 30 minutes
Module Overview: This discussion addresses some of the key concepts of Cyber as a warfighting domain. Airman with an appreciation for the all-encompassing nature of cyber and the dependencies of all Air Force missions on cyber will be critical to the successful completion of our core missions.
Timeframe: 30-45 minutes
Module Overview: What does it mean to lead with honor? Technical Sergeant John Chapman is the first Airman since the Vietnam War to be awarded the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War.
Module Overview: Discussion about mentoring and its importance in the squadron in developing the next generation of leaders. Often we do not think about our legacy and this is something that without proper thought can have lasting effects.
Module Overview: This module introduces your Airmen to a model of thinking that defines two systems;
(System 1 - Fast Thinking and System 2 - Slow Thinking) and is intended to help them make better decisions by learning how the brain works as we consider problems and decisions.
Module Overview: Learn about different leadership models with focus on the full range leadership module and the differences between transformation and transactional leadership.
Module Overview: Discussion on the importance of trust in the squadron including ways to build trust and the definition of personal and organizational trust.
Module Overview: Effective teams are critical to performance, effective squadron operations and meeting the AF mission
Module Overview: The profession of arms has unique traditions, characteristics and responsibilities that makes it different from all other professions and every Airmen should proudly know them and strive to continue them.