RIA employees take a 'Journey to Leadership'

By U.S. ArmyAugust 13, 2014

Twenty-eight employees assigned to the U.S. Army Sustainment Command and other commands on Rock Island Arsenal completed a 10-month course known as Journey to Leadership II with team presentations at Rock Island Arsenal, Ill., Aug. 7. Pictured from left, are: Sean Saunders, Joint Munitions Command; Emily Rasmussen, Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center, Rock Island Arsenal; Lindsay Sobie, ASC headquarters; Dawn Glasgow, ASC headquarters; Deno Burton, 403rd Army Field Support Brigade, Korea; and Patrick McGarry, 407th AFSB, Fort Hood, Texas. The course includes five resident training weeks at ASC headquarters focusing on identifying and analyzing current and future challenges of ASC and other government organizations. For the individual, the program provides an overview of their strengths and challenges them to build on their weaknesses. The course included classroom training, group exercises, developmental assignments, cross-training assignments, executive interviews, and shadowing assignments. (Photo by Dawn Marie Barnett, ASC Public Affairs Office)
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Twenty-eight employees assigned to the U.S. Army Sustainment Command and other commands on Rock Island Arsenal completed a 10-month course known as Journey to Leadership II with team presentations at Rock Island Arsenal, Ill., Aug. 7. Pictured from left, are: Sean Saunders, Joint Munitions Command; Emily Rasmussen, Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center, Rock Island Arsenal; Lindsay Sobie, ASC headquarters; Dawn Glasgow, ASC headquarters; Deno Burton, 403rd Army Field Support Brigade, Korea; and Patrick McGarry, 407th AFSB, Fort Hood, Texas. The course includes five resident training weeks at ASC headquarters focusing on identifying and analyzing current and future challenges of ASC and other government organizations. For the individual, the program provides an overview of their strengths and challenges them to build on their weaknesses. The course included classroom training, group exercises, developmental assignments, cross-training assignments, executive interviews, and shadowing assignments. (Photo by Dawn Marie Barnett, ASC Public Affairs Office) (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL