Gen. James Conway: Leadership Lessons

Gen. James Conway: Leadership Lessons

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In this video, General James Conway shares lessons on leadership based on his time in the United States Marine Corps. The first takeaway that he shares is that you have to care about the people that you're leading. He's learned overtime that if a leader starts to think about him or herself rather than the people they lead, they are going to fail. Gen. Conway believes that integrity is the single-most important leadership trait.

General James Conway is a retired four-star general and the 34th Commandant of the United States Marine Corps. One of the nation’s most highly-decorated Marine generals, he has led troops all over the world and has earned an impressive record of military achievement. Commandant Gen. Mike Hagee said Conway is a “superb, multi-talented leader who has proven he can do it all, on and off the battlefield.” Exclusively represented by Leading Authorities speakers bureau, Conway is a dynamic, powerful speaker who impresses audiences with leadership lessons learned from the field. His commanding presence and personal anecdotes make him an instantly memorable speaker as he addresses leadership, teambuilding, crisis management, U.S. challenges five to ten years out, and the military’s energy sources in the field.

Four-Star General & 34th Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps

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General James Conway is a retired four-star general and the 34th Commandant of the United States Marine Corps. His previous postings include serving as the Director of Operations (J-3) on the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Commanding General of I Marine Expeditionary Force, where he took part in the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Called a “superb, multi-talented leader,” Conway is a highly-decorated marine, and, as such, is an authority on leadership, team building, crisis management, and our nation’s challenges five to ten years out.