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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a month designated to bring awareness to the problem of child abuse and to encourage individuals and the community to support children and families. 
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a month designated to bring awareness to the problem of child abuse and to encourage individuals and the community to support children and families. Blue ribbons are now worn by many in the month of April in memory of the children who have died as a result of abuse and to commemorate those who have
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2009
Default Air Force Logo What's so "core" about core values
Words like character and core values get thrown around a lot in today's Air Force, but what do they really mean? What is the importance of character and what is so "core" about core values? As the 21st Space Wing and Air Force Space Command focus on character in the Year of Leadership month of April, I think these are important questions to
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Mentoring a 'win-win' relationship
March's leadership theme is mentorship. Having the opportunity to address this topic has allowed me to reflect on individuals who have positively influenced me throughout my life and reinforced the importance of our Core Values and Air Force culture. I venture my experience is not too much different than yours. Each of us has someone who has helped
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2009
Capt. Steven Lewis, 50th Operations Group executive officer "Average" captain speaks out for mentorship
I'm as average as you can get. I've never really been unusually good at any sport, I can't sing, I'm relatively shy in large groups and I never got the highest grades in school ... even my name blends in with many others (25 million if you Google it) -- but I'm a recipient of mentorship. It started right from my beginning as an enlisted Airman.
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2009
Default Air Force Logo The Airman's Creed means something today
The eighth chief master sergeant of the Air Force, retired Chief Master Sgt. Sam Parish, spoke about followership at the Space Innovation and Development Center Feb. 11. A member of the audience asked him what he thought about the Airman's Creed. He said the creed is just words right now, but that we will see it take on a greater significance in
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Leadership starts with following
Leaders of all backgrounds from Walter Chrysler, George Patton, John Rockefeller, Sir Richard Branson, Vince Lombardi, Ted Turner, Bill Gates to Andrew Carnegie have inspired those within and those outside their organization, team and company through leadership. These "blue chip" leaders are revered by many educators, authors and other notable
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2009
Default Air Force Logo The measurement of a good leader
Leadership...what is it? Leadership is a performing art. Are leaders born or made? We are all born with what we have, what we do with that is up to us. So, who's a leader? Leadership isn't a title. There's no box for leadership on an organizational chart. Leadership isn't a degree, an award, a position or an office on the top floor. True leadership
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2009
Lt. Col. Paul Scholl, 50th Mission Support Group deputy commander Followership: the other half of leadership
"Sometimes when you're riding ahead of the herd, you need to turn around and make sure they're still there." It's an old cowboy philosophy, and it holds true regarding any leadership situation. Leaders and followers are the two components required in any leadership situation. One without the other is non-productive at best and dangerous at
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2009
The "Year of Leadership" takes place from September 2008 to August 2009. (U.S. Air Force graphic) Developing your replacement
What would happen to your shop if you did not get to work tomorrow? Would the rockets or missiles launch? Would a sick patient be seen? Would the retiree get his identification card? The Air Force expects us to say that nothing would change - the mission would go on. And the mission MUST go on. Have you ever "withheld" information about what you do
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Education important now, always
In January 1988, I was first introduced to the Montgomery G.I. Bill and education opportunities in the Air Force. As our training instructor walked us through filling the forms required to accept or deny this option, I wondered why I needed any additional education. After all, I had declined two full scholarships and one partial scholarship to
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