Lead the Army Way

Lemier, Caryls L.; Kuhla, Karen
October 2011
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Oct2011, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p11
The article discusses the U.S. Army's leadership framework of Be, Know, Do to provide custom leadership development (LD). It notes that Be is described as character, Know as the requisite knowledge, skills and expertise while Do is applying leadership by influencing, operating and improving. It indicates that adopting and applying the character values of duty, honor and country forms the foundation for growth.


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