LEADING WHILE HURTING: BALANCING PERSONAL TRAGEDY WITH COMMAND

Personal tragedy is a fact of life when leading people in the military. Sooner or later someone in your organization is going to lose a parent, a spouse or a child. There are resources and training available to assist the service member and their family to deal with the grief. But what happens when it’s the leader that suffers personal tragedy. And worse how do they deal with the unique circumstances of the loss of an unborn child? WAR ROOM welcomes E. Miranda Hernandez and Julie Sposito-Salceies to examine the distinctive situation of a commander balancing the responsibilities of command with the unexpected end of a pregnancy.

LEADERSHIP IN THE MIDST OF TRAUMA

Don’t just know the soldier in the uniform, know the man or the woman behind the uniform. Military members, law enforcement officers, and first responders are sadly no strangers to tragedy and trauma. How well individuals and organizations respond to those events, and just as importantly avoid future events, can be highly dependent on the […]