Strategic Leadership and Engagement with John Boggs

Why is it that some organizations like the US Marine Corps can gain consistently strong results in highly complex operations with a highly diverse work force.  During this show we are going to explore lessons from military high level strategic leadership and people engagement which can translate directly relate to enhancing performance in the business world.  My guest John Boggs is a retired Marine Corps Officer whose wisdom and insight from many years of senior military operations service is today making waves across the commercial world. Join us with a pen and paper at the ready to hear how you can become a more strategic and engaging leader.

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John Boggs

John is a retired Marine Officer, former VP of a major Washington, D.C. non-profit, and partner in a government contracting firm, and an international business development company.  He has a distinguished record of exec level leadership and strategy for large, complex organizations and operations. Expertise includes leadership, national security strategy, strategy development, ops planning and training. He is one of the rare few that have commanded at every level of his Marine Corps career.  He has served on high-level national gov’t staffs, advised Officers, Politicians and Diplomats. He served as a Military Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, the world’s foremost authority on foreign policy. He served as Chief of Staff of the National Defense University.  He also, Dean of Faculty and Academic Programs, Commandant of the Marine Corps’ Chair and taught strategy and logistics at master’s degree level. Today he provides leadership development for many leading organization’s.

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