Leading at Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Navy

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Michael Lee Stallard with Charles W. "Willy" Moore of Lockheed Martin

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Please join me as I host a webcast with Charles W. "Willy" Moore Jr. on January 14, at 11:00 AM Eastern. When I spoke to a group of leaders at Lockheed Martin last year I heard Willy share his thoughts on leadership. He impressed me with his wisdom and extensive experience as a Vice President responsible for a major group at Lockheed and as a Vice Admiral during a distinguished 36-year career in the United States Navy. During his Navy career, Vice Admiral Moore served as a Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Fleet Readiness and Logistics, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command and Commander, U.S. Fifth Fleet (1998-2002). In this role VADM Moore commanded all U.S. Naval Forces throughout the Middle East and the Horn of Africa during a time of nearly constant combat. VADM Moore led his forces in combat operations including Infinite Reach after the 1998 Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, Operation Desert Fox in Iraq and subsequent combat in the no-fly zone, Operation Southern Watch, Operation Determined Response after the terrorist bombing of USS Cole and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan fighting the global war on terrorism.

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Join Michael Lee Stallard, author of the best-selling book "Fired Up or Burned Out" and president of the consulting firm E Pluribus Partners, as he speaks or interviews guests about leadership and employee engagement. Michael has been the author of articles or quoted in leading publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Leadership Excellence, Leader to Leader, Chief Learning Officer, The Economic Times, Shukan Diayamondo and Capital. His is frequent speaker including at events for Fortune Magazine, the Corporate Executive Board, and the World Presidents Organization. Michael is a guest lecturer at the University of Virginia's Darden Business School and New York University's Stern School of Business.