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Culture and Leadership

Culture if more important than anything

It is the single most important element that any leader should obsess upon. It is created and exists even if you don’t think about it.  312 more words

Command Rokirovka

Rokirovka (рокировка) appears often in the Russian press. Borrowed from chess, it means castling in the strictest sense. In political and administrative terms, it’s when people shift places in an organization or hierarchy. 815 more words

Military Leadership

New 36th Army Commander

On October 14, Mil.ru announced the appointment of General-Major Mikhail Yakovlevich Nosulev as the new commander of Russia’s 36th Combined Arms Army in Ulan Ude. 153 more words

Military Leadership

The Viking Wars of Alfred the Great by Paul Hill

The Viking Wars of Alfred the Great by Paul Hill lands on the shelves of my shop, where it will be found in my… 211 more words

BookLovers Of Bath: The Shop!

Be, Know, Do!

I had a fairly circuitous route to becoming a Park and Recreation professional. I finished college with a degree in Political Science, had a few internship experiences along the way, but wasn’t passionate about anything. 452 more words


VDV Commander Injured

Russia’s Airborne Troops Commander — General-Colonel Andrey Serdyukov — was hurt in a September 15 car crash, but the extent of his injuries is not exactly clear. 205 more words

Military Leadership

Rewards: Earned not Given...

I have a philosophy in life that rewards should be earned and not given, and the excerpt below brilliantly exemplifies that philosophy:

There is a good story told, of one of Napoleon’s marshals, Lefebvre, the gallant old soldier who became Duke of Danzig.

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