The other day I heard an old TED talk by Stanley McChrystal, the general famously let go in 2010 after his immediate retinue showed an astonishing contempt for the army’s civilian leadership in front of a Rolling Stone reporter. I get all kinds of talks from TED, some enlightening and some less so, but this [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.
Sometimes it becomes necessary to ask the tough questions: is it time to retire your management strategy?
The president once fired Gen. Stanley McChrystal. But now, Obama should heed his call for a ‘service year’ and get on board.
Looking for something good to read this summer? TED Talks speakers Elizabeth Gilbert, Melinda Gates, Bill Gates, Rashida Jones, Clay Shirky, Uzoamaka Maduka, Amanda Palmer, Stanley McChrystal and Blood Orange have put together their lists of recommended reads. Check it out: "Summer: the season for cracking open a good book under the shade of a tree. Show More Summary
General Stanley McChrystal as commander of American troops in Afghanistan in 2009. Photo via US Embassy in Kabul SpaceX, the rocket and spacecraft company founded by South African-born magnate Elon Musk, has been locked in a bitter dispute...Show More Summary
Contrary to the pundits on Fox News who've built a media empire espousing the virtues of patriotism, General Stanley McChrystal today articulated a deeply held conviction in the U.S. military. Responding to whether or not he would have made the deal that freed Sgt. Show More Summary
General McChrystal: ‘We Don’t Leave Americans Behind. That’s Unequivocal’ (via http://crooksandliars.com) By John Amato June 4, 2014 10:18 pm – Comments Retired General Stanley McChrystal, who commanded Sgt Bergdahl when he was lost told in Afghanistan told Yahoo News that the critics should all pipe down until we have the facts and that we never […]
Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal told Yahoo News in an exclusive interview on Wednesday that he is not “the best person” to run the troubled Department of Veterans Affairs.
Retired General Stanley McChrystal, who commanded Sgt Bergdahl when he was lost told Yahoo News that the critics should all pipe down until we have the facts and that we never leave anyone behind. That's a strong rebuke to Republicans...Show More Summary
General Stanley McChrystal was in charge of operations in Afghanistan when, according to those who served with him, Bowe Bergdahl walked off his camp towards the Taliban. Despite ordering soldiers to engage in dangerous efforts to find him, McChrystal warns against "judging" the Obama administration on the Bergdahl trade. Show More Summary
Former general Stanley McChrystal, in an interview with Olivier Knox, calls on folks to hold off on judging Bowe Bergdahl and says we don’t leave Americans behind: “We’re going to have to wait and talk to Sgt. Bergdahl now and get his side of the story,” he said. “One of the great things about […]
Retired General Stanley McChrystal weighed in on the Bowe Bergdahl controversy with Yahoo News, and urged caution for anyone jumping to conclusions about Bergdahl's character based on allegations that he's a deserter. McChrystal also made it clear that no matter what the case, "We don't leave Americans behind. That's unequivocal."
Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal led Afghanistan war effort at time of soldier's vanishing.
Lizzie Velasquez's mission to make the web a better place, and General Stanley McChrystal outlines how changing your mindset is possible, but not easy - and more. View the video on Inc.com at: http://www.inc.com/devin-rogerino/top-five-most-viewed-videos-may-30-2014.html
General Stanley McChrystal suggests giving veterans the reassurance that they did what they were asked to do.
Gen. Stanley McChrystal talks about what steps the U.S. and Pakistan can take to make Pakistan a safer place.
General Stanley McChrystal explains his personal techniques for time and energy management, including one large meal a day and not very much sleep.
In a lecture for Stanford Business School, retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal looks at lessons from recent American history and explains how anyone can become a stronger, more forward-thinking leader.
In order to get a successful outcome in any situation, you first must determine what victory would look like.
General Stanley McChrystal recalls the tragic failure that helped make America's special operations forces what they are today.