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Leadership Year: Mentoring – The key to unlocking your potential

Friday, January 12, 2018

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke announced the DHS Leadership Year on Oct. 1, a yearlong effort (FY18) to promote a culture of leadership excellence and highlight the importance of leadership at all levels. As part of the initiative, […]

Leadership Year: Mentoring

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Mentoring is on the menu for the next Leadership Learning Café session scheduled for January 9, 2018. The session will be LIVE and will be no longer than 30 minutes. Please tune in!

Leadership Year: Serving People, Serves Mission

Monday, January 1, 2018

To continue the leadership dialogue, the Office of Leadership (CG-12C) will post stories from the fleet every other month highlighting a DHS Leadership Year quarterly theme. The first quarter has been designated “Serving People, Serves Mission.” In this post, Lt. Cory Hoffman shares his experience with servant leadership as a non-rate aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Bristol Bay.

Leadership Year: Learning Café – Skillsoft

Monday, December 4, 2017

Starting in December, the Office of Leadership will hold virtual Learning Cafes via Adobe Connect every other month on leadership and development opportunities available to the fleet.

Leadership Year: Coast Guard Kickoff Event with Dr. Marshall Goldsmith

Monday, November 6, 2017

In an effort to promote leadership growth within the organization, the Coast Guard kicked off the Year of Leadership on Oct. 17, 2017, with three events at Coast Guard Headquarters by world-renowned executive coach and leadership speaker Dr. Marshall Goldsmith.

Inspire: Keep learning leadership

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

To maintain the enthusiasm leading up to the release of the Inspirational Leadership Award Winners and to continue the leadership dialogue, Mr. Charlie Coiro, an instructor and assistant department head at the Coast Guard Leadership Development Center, shares what inspires him to be a great leader. Mr. Coiro has been instructing Coast Guard members and civilians for decades on leadership and brings fresh recommendations that you can add to your learning library.

Office of Leadership “Inspire” series kick-off video

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

What Inspires You to be a Great Leader? Is it a co-worker, a family member, your favorite book, or a moving TED TALK? Join Rear Adm. William Kelly, assistant commandant for Coast Guard Human Resources, and Mr. Curtis Odom, director of Civilian Human Resources, Diversity and Leadership, as they continue the leadership dialogue. Please check back in with this blog series titled “Inspire” throughout the rest of the year as the 2017 Inspirational Leadership Award Winners share what has inspired them in their leadership journeys.

A journey in leadership: Adm. Paul Zukunft addresses Coast Guard Academy Corps of Cadets

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

During his annual leadership address at the Coast Guard Academy, Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft took the Corps of Cadets on a journey in leadership, sharing insights from more than 40 years of service.

Leadership: Watch, Listen, Learn

Monday, February 6, 2017

Last month, the Commandant shared his reading list as a way to encourage continued learning and personal growth. Recognizing your demanding operational schedules, I wanted to complement his reading list with other ways in which you can think about your role as a leader within our Coast Guard. Below are podcasts, TED talks and even a documentary that I have found inspiring and educational. In sharing this list, I encourage you to listen, watch and learn with the hope that the ideas they spark can be woven into your day and help you grow in your own leadership journey.

Submit your nominations for 2017 Military Child of the Year

Friday, September 23, 2016

Operation Homefront is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Military Child of the Year. A Coast Guard kid (8 to 18 years old) will be selected to represent the service! The recipient will receive a national award to include cash, a laptop, and a trip to Washington, D.C. Parents can nominate their children, teachers can nominate students – just about anyone can nominate on the program’s website. Submit a nomination for your deserving military child!

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