Cadet Diary 2.0: Psychology of Warrior Ethos and Cadet Leadership Development
Edited by Lt Col Dr Samir Rawat
  • ISBN : 9788131611036
  • year : 2019
  • language : English
  • binding : Hardbound
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Contents: India: 1. Developing Good Military Habits: Insights for Cadets from a Combat Veteran and Military Psychologist/Samir Rawat. 2. Relevance of Self-Regulation for Military Leaders/Samir Rawat and Abhijit Prakash Deshpande. 3. Trust in Military Organizations / Dimpy Mahanta. 4. Women in Uniform: Paving the Way for Female Cadets at National Defence Academy/Abhilasha Saharan. Norway: 5. Leadership Challenges in Establishing Relations Characterized by Equality in the Command Teams in the Norwegian Army/Torill Holth and Ole Boe. Oman: 6. Morale in Armed Forces: A Comprehensive Approach/Saif Al Hashmi. Romania: 7. The Psychological Impact of Artificial Intelligence Over the Modern Soldier/Cristian Dobre. Switzerland: 8. The Value Culture of Swiss Armed Forces under the Magnifying Glass/Nadine Eggimann Zanetti and Hubert Annen. USA: 9. Grief Leadership: Leader Influences on Resilience and Recovery following Community Disaster/ Paul T. Bartone. Cadet Diary 2.0: Psychology of Warrior Ethos and Cadet Leadership Development is a natural extension of the earlier book Cadet Diary released in 2018 as requests started pouring in from many countries to also cover new topics that have not been earlier given due attention that they deserve. Hence, this book scrutinizes fresh topics like good military habits, self regulation, development of trust in the military, emergence of women in uniform, leadership challenges in establishing relations characterised by equality in command teams, assessment of morale in military, psychological impact of Artificial Intelligence, value culture in military as well as a novel conception as to how leaders may influence resilient stress responding at the community level to identify leadership effects on resilience. All these topics have immense relevance for leadership development and it is hoped that the reading will provide better insights to officer cadets developing into better military leaders for tomorrow. It is recommended that this book be read in conjunction with the earlier book Cadet Diary