This is an exploration of the Charleston Campaign in the Civil War through the lens of leadership. Part One, qUnderstanding Charleston, q contains a discussion of leadership, a campaign overview, and a brief introduction to the key participants. Part Two, qLeadership Vignettes, q includes 21 scenarios that span the actions of the most senior leaders down to those of individual soldiers. Each scenario provides the context, explains the action in the terms of leadership lessons learned, and concludes with a list of qtake-awaysq to crystallize the lessons for the reader. The book ends with summary information and a set of conclusions about leadership during the Charleston Campaign. Although it featured some of the era's most advanced military technology, the Charleston Campaign was decided by more than just shot and shell, and this book offers a perspective of the campaign as a leadership laboratory.A Brave Black Regiment: The History ofthe Fifty-Fourth Regiment ofMassachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1863a1865. New York: Da Capo, 1995. Flanagan, E.M. aHands-On Leadership.a In Army (April 1992): 54a55. Field Manual 3a0, Operations.
|Title||:||Military Leadership Lessons of the Charleston Campaign, 1861-1865|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2014-02-26|