LTG Nadja West: Leading Through Uncertainty
Who is a leader? Lt Gen Nadja West believes that we are all leaders because we have the power to influence others around us. We can influence by our words and our deeds to provide purpose and direction to our teams.
Lt Gen West shares lessons based on her experience as the Army Surgeon General and Commanding General of the US Army Medical Command where she led more than 130,000 healthcare professionals. West understood that every individual needed to understand how they contributed to the larger organization and as a leader, it was up to her to ensure they understood their value. Watch to learn more about what a leader must do and what a leader must know.
As a leadership speaker, Lt Gen Nadja West speaks on real leadership tactics to effectively lead teams through challenging times. A trailblazer in female leadership, Lieutenant General (ret) Nadja West is the 44th Army Surgeon General and the former Commanding General of US Army Medical Command. She is the first African American woman 3-star General in the Army’s history, the first African American Army Surgeon General, and currently the highest-ranking woman to ever graduate from West Point. West shares her story of grit, perseverance, strength, and breaking boundaries, even when faced with adversity. Taking audiences on her journey to becoming the Army’s first African American woman 3-star General, she motivates them to overcome challenges with self-belief, bravery, and balance. With more than 20 years of experience in executive leadership, crisis management, and disaster response – including crafting the DOD medical response to the Ebola crisis – West speaks expertly on leadership tactics to effectively lead teams through times of uncertainty and crisis.
First African American Army Surgeon General and Former Commanding General, US Army Medical Command
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