The Art of Modern Leadership
In a lecture for Stanford Business School, retired General Stanley McChrystal looks at lessons from recent American history and explains how anyone can become a stronger, more forward-thinking leader.
General Stanley McChrystal talks about what has happened to American leadership in recent years.
General Stanley McChrystal recalls the tragic failure that helped make America's special operations forces what they are today.
To get a successful outcome in any situation, you first must determine what victory would look like.
You need to understand who's part of your team, including the larger community outside your business.
As a leader, it's your responsibility to be thoughtful about personal interactions with your team.
General Stanley McChrystal explains his personal techniques for time and energy management, including one large meal a day and not very much sleep.
To figure out if your team is ready for a new task, first figure out what the most necessary qualities are.
Gen. Stanley McChrystal talks about what steps the U.S. and Pakistan can take to make Pakistan a safer place.
To get your people behind major cultural change, you have to help them realize that change is necessary for success.
General Stanley McChrystal suggests giving veterans the reassurance that they did what they were asked to do.