Like any industry, the military is faced with the challenge of replacing a number of baby boomers who have served for many years but are now contemplating when to call it a career. But they're not all the same age, in the same financial boat, or working at the same kind of job. That means that while there may not be a human capital vacuum in one particular area of the military, a large number of simultaneous retirements will certainly have impact on our armed forces as a whole.
The instability of international relations is another reason why the military must be vigilant in its efforts to develop high-potential officers. That means extending your training beyond onboarding and toward succession planning. Blackboard Learn™ for Military offers a gradual training progression that enables service men and women to fully internalize knowledge while developing the skills they need to lead when in theater.
You’ll offer them ongoing development with practical job applications, mentoring, and relevant training based on ever-changing battlefield conditions. In addition, you’ll accelerate the development of your future leaders by facilitating and tracking workgroups, providing strategic content, and capturing ongoing feedback.
Develop tomorrow’s military leaders today with the leadership training and mentoring that only Blackboard Learn can provide.
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