General order no. 21: the need, implementation, and effect
Lesperance, Albert P.
Schuller, Gordon J.
Senger, John D.
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An analysis of Naval Leadership training including: 1) a review of the background and origin of General Order No* 21, 2) a survey determination of the degree of implementation of the General Order and, 3) a survey determination of the effects of a leadership training program that stresses the guided discussion/ seminar technique. Implementation determinations are based on resoonses of a sample representing eighty-eight various commands. Effects determination is based on a sample of one hundred and twenty-six respondents who have attended a formal four day leadership seminar sponsored by Commander Fleet Air Wing THREE. This paper provides a deeper understanding and appreciation of the implications of General Order No. 21.
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