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Description

Lieutenant General (Ret.) Russel Honore, author of Leadership in the New Normal, and Major General (Ret.) Alfred Flowers, the longest serving African American in the U.S. Air Force, shared their perspectives on authentic, modern leadership, illustrating their insights with stories from their life experiences as widely respected military leaders. Honore and Flowers were joined by a senior non-commisioned officer from the 1st Infantry Division and Colonel (Ret.) Eugene Scott, who moderated the discussion.

Sponsor

Robert R. McCormick Foundation

Date and Time

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Location

First Division Museum at Cantigny Park
1s151 Winfield Road
Wheaton, IL 60189
United States