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Dr. Hurley is a former Captain in the United States Marine Corps. In the role of either Patrick Henry or George Washington, the message boils down to this question: How could America possibly have won the war for independence? Only 3 % of the colonists supported it. Washington had only one year to raise an army The mightiest army in the world was already on our shore. A story of perseverance, faith in God, and a strong wish to be free from an oppressive dictator
This seminar provides an overview of the core characteristics, needs and desires of the Millennial generation (ages 23-37), and a look ahead at Generation Z (ages 7-22). It delves into the societal, educational, and technological trends that have significantly influenced these cohorts. Differences in learning styles, work ethic, communication expectations, and measurements of success often result in frustration and misunderstanding on inter-generational teams. We will look at key strategies for effectively engaging those we are training and working with across generations. Millennials, who have now surpassed Baby Boomers as the majority of the workforce in America, also bring new perspectives on leadership. We will conclude with a look at inter-generational leadership, with unique implications for the military context.
The attack on USS COLE (DDG 67) in the port of Aden Yemen was a defining point for the U.S. Navy. Occurring 1 year prior to 9-11, the attack ushered the Navy into the modern terrorism age. The story of saving USS COLE lasted 72 hours, under the intense Middle East sun in hostile territory. This presentation will give the day to day events with the hour by hour successes and massive challenges. It will include the geopolitics of the region and how the US Military responses to a crisis. With first-hand experience and unique pictures and stories, the story of USS COLE will captivate and provide leadership lessons for the most junior participant to the seasoned executive.
Why Focusing on Significance Breeds Success in Retaining Top Talent We all like to get paid, the more the better. But after our needs are met, generally in the 60-100k per annum range, paychecks are reduced to an extrinsic motivator and a doubling in salary does not generally equate to a doubling of work performance. So how do we keep our top talent from going elsewhere? We retain top talent by providing purpose and meaning at an individual level. We focus on the intrinsic goals. We empower them by creating a safe environment which permits failure, encourages collaboration, and allows them to pursue their dreams within the context of the organization. The competent leader understands that this technique doubles work performance and costs not a dime save for sweat equity. Critical â€œAction this Dayâ€ takeaways from this presentation include: â€¢ Mentoring+ Empowering= Purpose and Meaning = MASSIVE Jump in Productivity and Morale. â€¢ The importance of L...
In this motivating and impactful keynote, Julie inspires audiences of all ages to discover their own hero and greatness within by taking them on a journey straight into the heart of her own Unsung Hero—her dad, sharing timeless life lessons all of us can relate to and apply in our day-to-day lives. Julie’s dad gave her the greatest gift a daughter could ask for before he died—a piece of his heart. Just a few years prior, her dad—a disabled Purple Heart Army Veteran—started opening up to her, sharing his incredibly personal and touching experiences of his time in the Vietnam War, stories he’d never shared with anyone in over 40 years since the war, including being critically wounded and fighting for his life in one of the cruelest battles in U.S. history—Hamburger Hill. Julie’s heart-to-heart conversations with her dad—which have now become cherished memories since his passing last year—are what inspired her to write her second book: Inspirational Coffee Breaks with ...