Lessons from a Leadership Warrior: A Keynote Presentation by General (Ret.) Joe Ramirez (VOD)
VIDEO DURATION: 45 MINUTES | NO CUSP POINTS AWARDED
When it comes to managing risk in a deadly environment, the leadership decisions you make can be the difference between life and death. Few know this better than our keynote speaker, Brigadier General Joe E. Ramirez (retired). He is a career Army officer who has led troops around the world in both peacetime and wartime, including serving Deputy Chief of Staff for the wartime headquarters overseeing Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. Ramirez will present an insightful and compelling narrative about what it takes to lead a team to be safe in potentially dangerous environments.
YOU WILL LEARN:
- A better understanding of your role as a leader.
- Why it's important to change and adapt on an ongoing basis.
- How to effectively manage generational differences.
- Why failure is not fatal (but failure to change is)
- How to build values based on your instinct to collaborate
- Why you must establish trust with every member of your team
General (Ret.) Joe Ramirez
Brigadier General Joe Ramirez (retired) is a native of Houston, Texas and is a graduate of Texas A&M University, where he was a member of the Texas Aggie Band in the Corps of Cadets. He received his commission in the United States Army Field Artillery from Texas A&M in 1979 as a Distinguished Military Graduate. During his 31 years of military service, General Ramirez commanded soldiers around the world and served in leadership positions in various joint and operational commands. He was the Deputy Chief of Staff for the United States Central Command during Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom, and was the Deputy Division Commander for the 2nd Infantry Division in the Republic of Korea. His most recent assignment was Deputy Director for Strategy, Plans and Policy for US European Command in Stuttgart, Germany. General Ramirez holds a bachelor's degree in physical education from Texas A&M (1979); a master's degree in management from Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri ((1992) and a master's degree in strategic studies from the United States Army War College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania (2000).
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