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  • You are what you do today

    Have you ever set a goal for yourself that you were bound and determined to accomplish? Your intent may have been to eat healthier, become a bodybuilder or be a better supervisor or leader. But, several days or weeks into your plan, life got in the way and you have found yourself off course once again.
  • How to become a better leader without reading 10 leadership books

    We talk a lot about leadership in the Air Force, but what can our young Airmen do on a daily basis to work toward becoming a better leader without having to read a library of leadership books? Consult the Google, of course!
  • Knowledge is not enough

    Most experienced leaders in the Air Force have gone to the same technical schools, review similar information day-to-day, draw personnel from the same pool of available people, and are limited by similar financial constraints. Wooden writes that it comes down to the ability of the leader to teach what it takes to become a winning organization and knowing how to teach what they want done.
  • Record MiCare enrollment improves 20th MDG efficiency

    As part of an initiative to enhance patient access to providers, the 20th Medical Group asked patients to transition from a telephone messaging system to a secure electronic messaging system. As patients signed up, many experienced no-later-than next day responses from their providers. Word of mouth spread and MiCare enrollment shot through the roof.
  • Team Shaw celebrates Black History Month

    Black History Month, also known as National African-American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing their vital role in U.S. history.To appreciate why Black History Month is celebrated, we first have to understand its history.The story of Black History Month began in 1915 when Carter