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  • Coping through COVID: My Chinese family

    When we are feeling anxiety, we have to do something about it. If we don’t, then anxiety will do something about us. For the 131st Bomb Wing Director of Psychological Health, the key to dealing with anxiety is just that: a key.
  • Leadership to emulate; lessons from Maj. Gen. Henderson

    As a husband, father, officer and supervisor, I am very aware that there are always people watching. What do they see? Am I approachable? Am I encouraging an atmosphere that allows others to excel and flourish? Do I tear down or promote barriers? How I act, speak, treat others and conduct myself are always influencing others, but is that influence strengthening or hindering the mission and the people? When I am gone, will people want to uphold my legacy? Will my family, team and Air Force be better because of my influence?
  • The Culture We Need

    We often talk about the culture that we want - more accurately - the culture that we need. However, defining that culture is defining the end state. We often gloss over, or even blow off, describing the path to get there....
  • The Art of the Debrief, Part 2

    A few weeks ago, in the July 6 edition of The Warrior, I shared the need to debrief in order to push our organizations to reach their full potential. Now that you appreciate the value of debriefing, I recognize that some of you might have no idea how to do a debrief. This article is for you.
  • Behind a smile; becoming a voice of change

    “People see a smile and think that everything is ok. But a smile doesn’t mean that things are ok.”
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