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Leaders Are Readers -- A Webinar From 3x5 Leadership
Grab a drink and join us for an after-hours discussion on building better leaders!
These are monthly after-hours online discussions with 3x5 Leadership to explore important, diverse leadership topics and share practical ways to apply them within your team.

Join us for our February 2021 session where we host our first guest, Joe Byerly! Joe is the founder of "From the Green Notebook" and is a champion for reading as a means of professional & leader development. In this discuss, we explore the importance of (why) and art of (how) to leverage reading for our sustained leader development!

Feb 25, 2021 08:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Joe Byerly
Founder @From the Green Notebook
I’m passionate about leader development and want to help others to lead with the best version of themselves. I created this site to provide a platform for leaders to help each other by sharing lessons learned. Lessons that come from our own green notebooks. I’m a combat arms officer with over 17 years of experience in combat and training environments and a Non-Resident Fellow with the Modern War Institute. I have been fortunate to have mentors who encouraged me to read, write, and publish throughout my career. I’ve published articles in ARMY Magazine, Military Review, Strategy Bridge, Small Wars Journal, Task and Purpose, Foreign Policy, and many others. I’ve also been featured on Forbes, have been lucky enough to talk about leadership on several podcasts, and have spoken at the Annual AUSA Conference, the Future of War Conference, and Defense Entrepreneurs Forum Annual Conference.
Joshua Bowen
Founder @3x5 Leadership
I am passionate about making people and organizations better through leader development. I am a 10-year U.S. Army officer with experience leading and commanding at various levels up to the company-level (appx. 130-personnel) and working on planning and support staffs up to brigade level (over 5,000-personnel).