DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE LEADER DEVELOPERS: A CASE STUDY OF AIR OFFICERS COMMANDING
This dissertation is a qualitative case study that examined how the United States Air Force Academy’s (USAFA) Air Officer Commanding (AOC) Master’s Program prepares officers to be leader developers. AOCs are sent through a one-year education and training program called the AOC Master’s Program. Interviews, document reviews, and observations were conducted with AOCs while currently at USAFA, both within the program and in command, to determine what dispositions, behaviors, and skills make for an effective leader developer and how the program prepares them for this role. Findings from the research ...
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Larsen, Hans J.
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