27 Years in 27 Minutes: Learning in Leading

Adults · Learning
A summary of the top three things General Leonard has learned about leading and what leaders are ultimately responsible for and need to be committed to providing to their people and organization. He will cover some pivotal experiences from combat to the front lines around the world and peacetime across his 27 years in service and how they shaped three key lessons…in 27 minutes…followed by Q&A.
Audience: Adults

Upcoming Session

June 4, 1 PM EDT
For Adults · 45 mins

3000 of 3000 spots reserved

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Meet Our Instructor

General Brook Leonard
Brig. Gen. Brook J. Leonard is the Chief of Staff, United States Space Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. He is the principal advisor to the USSPACECOM commander and deputy commander, and directs the activities of the command staff in order to deter aggression and develop combat ready forces prepared to fight for and preserve United States and allied space superiority. He chairs numerous boards, oversees the command's corporate process and serves as the director of the commander’s staff. Prior to assuming his current position, General Leonard was the Director of Air Operations, Combined Joint Task Force, Operation INHERENT RESOLVE, the Commander, 321st Air Expeditionary Wing, and the Commander, Task Force - Air, Union III, Baghdad, Iraq where he was responsible for leading a task-organized unit across 11 locations in Iraq and Syria to defeat ISIS and enable security across Iraq through training, advising, and assisting, airfield operations, cargo processing, and personnel movement in support of Coalition and Partner forces. Additionally, General Leonard served as the Deputy Commander of the 9th Air Expeditionary Task Force, Levant.