Brigadier General (Ret.) Becky Halstead and Brigadier General (Ret.) Maureen LeBoeuf, Ed.D.

Brigadier General Becky Halstead (USA, retired) is the first woman graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point to be promoted to General Officer and the first woman in U.S. history to command in combat at the strategic level. She has over 30 years of experience leading large organizations in dynamic and challenging environments. Becky is a faculty member with Thayer Leadership at West Point and the author of “24/7: The First Person You Must Lead is You.” Brigadier General Maureen LeBoeuf, Ed.D. (USA, retired) was the first woman department head at the U.S. Military Academy. She has 28 years of leadership experience both in the Army and as the Former Executive Director of the Feagin Leadership Program at Duke Sports Medicine. Maureen currently serves as a faculty member with Thayer Leadership at West Point. She is also the author of “Developing Your Philosophy of Living & Leading: One Moment at a Time.”

Creating, Sharing and Living a Leader Philosophy

Two former U.S. Army Brigadier Generals explain why CEOs must understand and communicate who they are and what they expect in order to best influence positive momentum in others.
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