The General Planning Podcast pulls back the curtain on planning, leadership, and decision making within both the government and industry arenas. Hosted by Unite...
5 de 7
General (R) Vincent Brooks
Former Commander of the United Nations Command, Combined Forces Command, and the United States Forces Korea, General (Retired) Vincent Brooks joins the General Planning Podcast to talk a wide-array of topics to include his military service, the importance of planning, civil-military operations, integrated deterrence, inter-agency operations, planning in a non-profit environment, celebrating women in the military, as well as book recommendations.
Command Sgt. Maj. Jerimiah Gan (U.S. Army North Senior Enlisted Leader)
General Planning Podcast is back with its first enlisted Soldier joining the podcast Command Sgt. Maj. Jerimiah Gan, the senior enlisted leader of U.S. Army North. Gan goes in-depth on his family upbringing, possibilities in the Army, different Soldier eras, Army schools, ACFT vs. APFT, leader communication, using technology as a weapon, life outside the Army, book recommendations, and what excites him for the future of the Army.
Lieutenant General (R) Leslie Smith
Lt. Gen. (R) Leslie Smith, AUSA's Vice President of Leadership and Education, the Carter Chair for Georgia Southern University, and the U.S. Army's 66th Inspector General joins the podcast to discuss strategic communications as it applies to today's Army and the future. This episode is the first featuring the new duo of U.S. Army North's Col. Mark Lavin and Sgt. 1st Class Seth Barham, following Maj. Gen. Bob Whittle's retirement. The tandem attempts to find their rhythm while Smith covers several topics to include his personal Army "why" story, Armed Forces recruiting as a total force approach, homeland defense while in the competition phase, the "Army Matters" podcast with Sergeant Major of the Army 15 Dan Dailey, and finishes with his book recommendations.
Colonel (R) Kirk Dorr
Col. (R) Kirk Dorr joins the podcast to talk about his wealth of experience within the Army to include his time at the School of Advanced Military Studies, how lessons from SAMS applied during operational deployments, his time as the Joint Task Force – Bravo commander, the joint planning process, planning with interagency partners, problems that face planners in today’s military, integrating planning with commanders’ guidance, and closes with book recommendations.
Major General (R) Spider Marks
Maj. Gen. (R) Spider Marks joins the podcast and goes in depth about his personal transition from the military, military concepts related to industry, defining operational requirements within industry, companies navigating competition vs. cooperation, military planning, decision making in the business environment, his daily routine, and finishes with book recommendations.
The General Planning Podcast pulls back the curtain on planning, leadership, and decision making within both the government and industry arenas. Hosted by United States Army North (ARNORTH) leaders, the podcast aims to integrate guests' anecdotes into the planning process in a way that allows the audience to learn while also becoming better planners.