Friday, June 13, 2014 HVC-201
Today's leaders are often expected to be brash and challenging, pushing people to their limits and beyond to reach a goal. But is there another way? Admiral Scott Redd will address the concept of leading with integrity modeled on biblical teachings, and how to apply them to today's political and cultural environment.
As believers in Christ, we are called to engage the culture in an effective and winsome way. That includes how we lead people and how we treat those working with us and even against us. Are biblical principles still valid today?
Join us for this third event in our Discipleship in the Halls of Power series. Dessert and coffee will be served.
Admiral Redd, U.S. Navy (Ret.) served as the first Senate confirmed Director of the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), with responsibility to the President for strategic operational planning for the global war on terror and to the Director of National Intelligence for integrating all terrorism related intelligence.
Admiral Redd served with distinction in the United States Navy for 36 years, retiring in 1998 as Director, Strategic Plans and Policy for the Joint Chiefs of Staff. While on active duty, he commanded eight organizations, founded the Navy's Fifth Fleet-the first new US Navy fleet in more than 50 years-and served in several senior Pentagon positions. He led all U.S. Naval forces in the US Central Command from 1994 until 1996.
Admiral Redd is a 1966 graduate of the United States Naval Academy and was a Fulbright Scholar.