BLUFThis article argues that the leadership qualities that the RAAF requires are not only capable of producing influential leaders but can also produce 'good human beings'.
Ken Robertson writing in the Forge, makes several points, some of these are as follows:
- One of the most innovative elements of the Air Force Strategy (AFSTRAT) links culture to strategy.
- An essential part of culture is that individuals hold themselves accountable for maintaining cultural values.
- Individuals also need to have a degree of humility in building relationships and developing trust.
- It is important to stay up-to-date and to be aware of new trends/inventions and how these might affect our organisation.
- Being passionate about your work while remaining professional can help maintain a diversity of opinion across the organisation.
Recent Runway Posts related to this topic:
- CRITICAL THINKING 01: COLLECTION | The Runway (airforce.gov.au)
- LEADERSHIP STYLES 01: COLLECTION | The Runway (airforce.gov.au)
References from the Web:
- Oct 2022 Why culture eats strategy | Product Hunt
- Oct 2022 Why A Lack Of Human Connection Is Crippling Your Work Culture (forbes.com)
- Oct 2022 How to Build Trust in the Workplace: 10 Effective Solutions (betterup.com)
- Article Source: The Forge
- Media Check: About the Forge
- RAAF RUNWAY: RATIONALE, GUIDELINES, LEARNING OUTCOMES, ETC | The Runway (airforce.gov.au)