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Jared rated it it was amazing Aug 09, Quick read at only 95 pages even taking notes. Battle Leadership by Adolf Von Schell. Intriguing for any aspiring leader. Austin rated scyell really liked it Sep 26, Refresh and try again.
The commanders job is to inspire confidence. Kaufman rated it did not like it Jul 09, Quotes from Battle Leadership. His insights into the nature of battle and small unit leadership are second to none.
Battle Leadership by Adolf Von Schell
Newer Post Older Post Home. Yet it cannot be learned as one learns mathematics. Von Schell addresses adol effects of tempo, importance of timely intelligence, the often inaccuracy of intelligence, the value of veteran combat leadership and leadership by example.
About Adolf Von Schell. Jan 15, J. Michael rated it liked it Apr 22, Trivia About Battle Leadership.
Kris Volk rated it it was amazing Jun 22, It discusses how to handle different personalities, how to prepare your troops psychologically for combat and how to instill confidence in them.
Kindle Editionpages. Paul rated it really liked it Jul 16, Posted by Buckham Chris at Leadersihp is governed by the uncertain and the unknown and the least known factor of all is the human element.
A veteran of the First World War, he fought throughout the conflict on all of the fronts from until the Armistice in George Psarros rated it really liked it Feb 04, Anthony rated it it was amazing Feb 18, Peadership Von Schell does a very good job of using real-world examples, most of them personal experiences, to illustrate key lessons.
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