When Leaders Share Green Notebooks, Good Things Happen: Introducing MP Project Junto


I recently wrote a post for the Strategy Bridge in which I argued that networked communities of military leaders will play an increasing role in helping individuals prepare for the future of war. I believe that leader involvement in communities such as CIMSEC, Defense Entrepreneurs Forum, Military Writers Guild, and the CompanyCommand and PlatoonLeader Forums, greatly enhances self-development and assists leaders in honing their personal judgment.  Following publication, a new community came up on my radar: Military Police Project Junto.

Military Police Project Junto was founded by Major Erik Archer and Captain Ari Fisher, two U.S. Army military police officers with a passion for the profession.  Their goal is to connect MPs together in community in order to assist in developing leaders in order to advance the Regiment.  They currently have a FaceBook page, Twitter account, and a blog space in which they invite other MPs to contribute content.

Communities such as MP Project Junto offer extrinsic motivation for individual self-development, help individuals develop personal learning networks, and the constant interaction with other professionals help develop leaders develop critical thinking skills. If you are a member of the Military Police branch, know someone who is, or just interested in connecting with other professionals I encourage you to check them out.  Please help spread the word about this community by sharing this post!

One comment

  1. Would you make actual notebooks written by successul people available in screenshots? Leading by example.

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