Nadja West Talks Effective Leadership
The highest-ranking woman ever to graduate from West Point, Lieutenant General Nadja West's leadership strategies championing grit, perseverance, strength, breaking boundaries, and overcoming adversity provide the framework for leaders looking to navigate their organizations' short- and long-term goals.
What it Means to Lead with Purpose
As the first African American Army surgeon general and former commanding general of US Army Medical Command, Lieut. Gen. West brings more than 20-years’ experience in executive leadership, crisis management, and disaster response, and played a key role in leading the Army Medical Department through the most comprehensive transformation that military medicine has seen in three decades.
Using examples from her time overseeing more than 130,000 diverse soldiers, civilians, and volunteers in the U.S. Army, Lieut. Gen. West takes audiences on her trailblazing journey to becoming the Army’s first African American woman three-star general. Her story is one of grit, perseverance, and strength — something audiences will relate to as she shares how character, communication, purpose, humility and most importantly, empathy are critical to being a good and trusted leader.
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