An item from one of our fellow veterans organizations in the Bay Area.
Retired Vice Admiral and Naval Postgraduate School President Ann Rondeau’s leadership skills have been the essential common denominator in her distinguished military and academia career. Less concerned with breaking through glass ceilings than passing her own rigid equity assessments, the leadership lessons she shares with PBS NewsHour Special Correspondent and Marines’ Memorial Club Board Member Mike Cerre are timeless and universal.
About Leading from the Front:
Our monthly video podcast series shares timeless leadership lessons learned by a variety of professionals, thought leaders and experts on the front lines of today’s major leadership challenges in all walks of American life.
Conducted virtually from the Marines’ Memorial Club, these timely and insightful conversations are a digital extension of the major lectures and events that normally take place at our 12-story hotel, theater, event spaces and restaurant in downtown San Francisco.
The viewpoints expressed are those of the participants and not necessarily the Marines’ Memorial.
Click here to view previous episodes:
- Leading from the Very Front with Gen Joe Dunford, USMC (Ret), former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
- Baseball’s Leadership Crisis with Covid- LtCol Sandy Alderson, USMC (Ret), Oakland A’s Special Advisor and Team President of the New York Mets.
- Military’s Lead in Racial Equality- Former Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Carlton Kent joins M.K. Palmore, former Marine Captain and F.B.I. Special Agent
- Leadership and Governance- Jim Webb: Former Senator, Presidential Candidate, and bestselling author of Fields of Fire
- Technology Leadership- Don & Adam Faul’s transitions from the Marine Corps to Silicon Valley
- Leading Through Covid- Retired flight surgeon and Stanford ICU, Dr. Dean Winslow on what it will take to get past Covid
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