The Army and its leaders use the trust established with the American people to determine, define, and uphold the professional standards of the Army. As a result, Army leaders have discretion and autonomy through the bond of trust to define the profession’s standards.
Leaders demonstrate and protect those defined standards. Professionals strive to improve, develop, and certify Soldiers and leaders using those standards. Company leadership is responsible as professionals to identify and develop others capable of achieving and exceeding the standards. In addition, company leaders instill Army professional values into junior members by example and through proactive instruction, mentoring, and certification of required skills.
Company leaders are the decisive element in developing a professional Army. They are at the forefront, developing future leaders to attain the high standards of the Army profession.
CALL has compiled the following list of audiobooks and publications as a quick reference to assist leaders maneuver through their rewarding careers as company-level leaders, preparing them for the next step in their profession.
Audiobook link: Building Cohesive Teams
Audiobook link: The First 100 Days of Platoon Leadership
Audiobook link: The First 100 Days of Company Leadership
Audiobook link: Commander and Staff Guide to Rehearsals
Audiobook link: Preparing for Large-Scale Combat Operations
Audiobook Link: How to Master Wargaming
Leader Development in Contact-Leader Observations from the National Training Center [PDF - 3.6 MB]
People First Task Force-Integrating People and Training-Considirations and Concepts [PDF - 8.6 MB]
Suicide Prevention [PDF - 5.8 MB]
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