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Closing the Candor Chasm: The Missing Element of Army Professionalism

Closing the Candor Chasm: The Missing Element of Army Professionalism

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If transparency and forthright communication are valued within the Army, why is candor nearly absent in doctrine and supporting literature? Stewards of the Profession build trust through authentic communication—educated, trained, and modeled in application. Candor cannot be muted, creating a chasm between what is espoused and communicated.
If transparency and forthright communication are valued within the Army, why is candor nearly absent in doctrine and supporting literature? Stewards of the Profession build trust through authentic communication—educated, trained, and modeled in application. Candor cannot be muted, creating a chasm between what is espoused and communicated.

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CLOSING THE CANDOR CHASM: THE MISSING ELEMENT OF  ARMY PROFESSIONALISM
Paul PaolozziVolume 5
Professional Military Ethics Monograph Series
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The United States Army War College
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The United States Army War College educates and develops leaders for serviceat the strategic level while advancing knowledge in the global applicationof Landpower.The purpose of the United States Army War College is to produce graduateswho are skilled critical thinkers and complex problem solvers. Concurrently,it is our duty to the U.S. Army to also act as a “think factory” for commandersand civilian leaders at the strategic level worldwide and routinely engagein discourse and debate concerning the role of ground forces in achievingnational security objectives.
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