Something new and different is coming to Air University’s Air Command and Staff College 3-4 January 2018
LEDx will be streamed live on Facebook and YouTube (click one below)
We all want to perform our best in every facet of our lives. But it can be extremely difficult to do in reality. Dr. MacAulay, military leader and pilot, academic, educator, and mother of two, relied on her experience, education, and training to achieve high performance. After an unconventional wake-up call, she realized how much of her moment-to-moment life she was missing and how it was adversely affecting her health and her ability to thrive at work and at home.
A LEDx preview with Jodi Womack: Jodi is a Leadership Development Coach at Get Momentum Leadership Academy, an Author, and an amazing Keynote Speaker.
Just a few quick clips from and a teaser for his talk from the LEDx stage
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Creativity Under Pressure: Todd Henry at TEDxXavierUniversity
We often think of creativity as an uncontrollable and accidental thing that seems to happen most when we least expect it. Todd Henry is a student practitioner of creativity. He has discovered that introducing structure into our lives can make these accidents happen more often.
General George W. Casey, who served as Chief of Staff of the US Army efforts in Iraq, believes that the unpredictable global political and economic climate requires leaders of vision, courage and character.
Another sample of one of the great speakers coming to Air University for LEDx
Jason Womack shares a story of growing up in the shadows. He hid, seeking out the darkness, not wanting to be noticed (that was a good thing for him then). In a talk that challenges the perception that successful people have to take the stage and be in the spotlight, Jason asks us to rethink what success means to each one of us. Jason Womack is a husband, friend, triathlete and author. In 2012 he wrote “Your Best Just Got Better,” and in 2016 he co-wrote “Get Momentum” with his wife and business partner, Jodi. Together they travel the world speaking and counseling leaders who know it’s time to come out of the corners of darkness; even if it doesn’t mean standing in the spotlight. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
A wonderful intro to one of our keynote speakers for LEDx published and posted by our in house Online Profession Journal–Over the Horizons