Episode 2

The CAP Experience: Feedback, Reflection, and Army Coaching

by | May 24, 2021

In this episode, we welcome back the director of the Command Assessment Program (CAP), COL Bob O’Brien to discuss the feedback candidates receive while attending their respective CAP programs. We also welcome special guest, LTC Joe Byerly, founder of “From the Green Notebook” to gain his insights on the benefits of the program for leaders. Lastly, we discuss how the Army is investing in these leaders with executive coaching with guest LTC Christine Baker.

Hosts & Guests

MAJ David Chichetti (host)

COL Bob O’Brien (guest)

LTC Christine Baker (guest)

LTC Joe Byerly (guest)

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