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Lessons From Leading 20,000 Soldiers in Iraq to Coaching Corporate America
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

*Article was originally published by Fast Company

LESSONS FROM LEADING 20,000 SOLDIERS IN IRAQ TO COACHING CORPORATE AMERICA

When Becky Halstead was promoted to brigadier general, she found herself leading the largest logistics command in Europe. She had never deployed to Iraq, but now she would be responsible for 20,000 soldiers and 5,000 civilians spread across 55 bases, overseeing both U.S. and Iraqi units in a country where women weren't allowed to join the military. It was the most important moment in her career. "This is huge," she says she kept thinking. "How do I let it not overwhelm me?"

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