Leadership Education and Development (Lead) at the United States Naval Academy
United States Naval Academy
August 5, 2010
Journal of Character & Leadership Integration (JCLI), Vol. 1, No. 2, 2010
The United States Naval Academy has a deep and abiding commitment to the moral development of its midshipmen and to instilling the naval service’s core values. The Naval Academy’s mission is supported by the three pillars of moral, mental, and physical development. The goal of the Leadership Education and Development Division is to integrate the moral, ethical, and character development of midshipmen across every aspect of the Naval Academy experience. Because having a strong foundation of honor and character is of utmost importance for becoming an exceptional leader, the character program strives to educate and motivate the members of the Brigade into taking a serious step down the path of developing their own character in preparation for their fleet service. The leadership education program consists of formal instruction by military and civilian professionals in leadership, philosophy and ethics, human behavior, and law; complimented by the practical knowledge and real-time fleet experiences of Navy and Marine Corps commissioned officers.
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Date posted: August 7, 2010
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