Event Title

Military Leadership as a Model of civil Leadership

Presenter Information

Meriman Suka, College RiinvestFollow

Session

Management, Business and Economics

Description

Leadership has been and remains one of the most discussed topics of academic literature, as a consequence of the need to have the right leader. Everyone wants to be a successful leader, but few of them come out, those who emerge and are successful are self-critical working on their personal development and their organization. Many books have been written, but based on this research, military leadership turns out to be more durable and productive. The way the army educates, trains and develops its leaders is an excellent model for future leaders. Models and manned ways by the military for setting up a leadership level have led many civilian organizations to adopt techniques and ways of military leadership. Extensive academic literature suggests that the most advanced leadership system is the US military system. The data shows that the "being, knowing and do" framework of US Army leadership development has been adopted by many civil organizations in different countries. The possibility of adopting such military leadership frameworks by civil leaders is the main purpose of this research.

Keywords:

Leadership, Successful Model, Military, Civilization, Adaptation

Session Chair

Ylber Limani

Session Co-Chair

Arta Mulliqi

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 10:45 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 12:15 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.304

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Oct 27th, 10:45 AM Oct 27th, 12:15 PM

Military Leadership as a Model of civil Leadership

Pristina, Kosovo

Leadership has been and remains one of the most discussed topics of academic literature, as a consequence of the need to have the right leader. Everyone wants to be a successful leader, but few of them come out, those who emerge and are successful are self-critical working on their personal development and their organization. Many books have been written, but based on this research, military leadership turns out to be more durable and productive. The way the army educates, trains and develops its leaders is an excellent model for future leaders. Models and manned ways by the military for setting up a leadership level have led many civilian organizations to adopt techniques and ways of military leadership. Extensive academic literature suggests that the most advanced leadership system is the US military system. The data shows that the "being, knowing and do" framework of US Army leadership development has been adopted by many civil organizations in different countries. The possibility of adopting such military leadership frameworks by civil leaders is the main purpose of this research.