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Článek se věnuje vyhodnocení jednotlivých schopností modelové kompetence k vedení lidí pro absolventy Fakulty vojenského leadershipu Univerzity obrany. Tato kompetence představuje výchozí požadavky na velitelské schopnosti pro zvládnutí nároků prvního služebního zařazení po absolvování studia na Univerzitě obrany. Cílem výzkumného šetření bylo modelovou kompetenci vymezit, strukturovat a vyhodnotit na základě zkušeností velitelů z praxe Armády České republiky. Pro získání požadovaných dat bylo využito kvantitativního výzkumu, konkrétně dotazníkového šetření vlastní konstrukce pro dvě skupiny respondentů (velitelé-absolventi a jejich nejbližší nadřízení). Získaná data byla vyhodnocena pomocí parametrické a neparametrické statistické analýzy. Výsledky provedené analýzy prokázaly, že schopnosti definované v modelové kompetenci jsou oslovenými veliteli-absolventy Armády České republiky při každodenním velení využívány.

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  • volume 2019
  • issue 1
  • state Recenzované / Reviewed
  • article type Přehledový / Peer-reviewed
Published in Education and Training
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Článek se věnuje vyhodnocení jednotlivých schopností modelové kompetence k vedení lidí pro absolventy Fakulty vojenského leadershipu Univerzity obrany. Tato kompetence představuje výchozí požadavky na velitelské schopnosti pro zvládnutí nároků prvního služebního zařazení po absolvování studia na Univerzitě obrany. Cílem výzkumného šetření bylo modelovou kompetenci vymezit, strukturovat a vyhodnotit na základě zkušeností velitelů z praxe Armády České republiky. Pro získání požadovaných dat bylo využito kvantitativního výzkumu, konkrétně dotazníkového šetření vlastní konstrukce pro dvě skupiny respondentů (velitelé-absolventi a jejich nejbližší nadřízení). Získaná data byla vyhodnocena pomocí parametrické a neparametrické statistické analýzy. Výsledky provedené analýzy prokázaly, že schopnosti definované v modelové kompetenci jsou oslovenými veliteli-absolventy Armády České republiky při každodenním velení využívány.

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  • volume 2019
  • issue 1
  • state Recenzované / Reviewed
  • article type Přehledový / Peer-reviewed
Published in Education and Training
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The article is focused on assessment of the model of competency to lead others for graduates of the Faculty of Military Leadership of the University of Defence. This competency to handle the initial demands of a command post, to which graduates of the Faculty of Military Leadership may be enrolled immediately after their studies. The main aim of the research was to define, structure and evaluate the model of competency to lead others for the graduates of the Faculty of Military Leadership based on the experiences of the commanders which serves in the Army of the Czech Republic. Questionnaire survey of own construction for two groups of respondents (young commanders and their closest superiors) was used to obtain the data. Those data were evaluated by parametric and nonparametric statistical analysis. The results of the analysis showed that abilities defined in the model of competency are used in daily military life by addressed commanders.

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  • volume 2019
  • issue 1
  • state Recenzované / Reviewed
  • article type Přehledový / Peer-reviewed
Published in Education and Training
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The contemporaneous security environment is more diverse, dynamic, interconnected and far less predictable than ever. As the major Western militaries undergo continuous changes in missions and tasks, as well as in the form of their organisations, the warfighting abilities of military leaders are not the only ones required. Transformational military leadership, with leaders operating from the post-conventional level of developmental action-logic, arguably become one of the most needed capacities of a military organisation. This type of leadership has to be capable of initiating and leading transformational changes, needed to respond adequately and adaptively to contemporaneous and future security challenges. This article analyses the applicability of transformational leadership to military organisations using the developmental theory and the concept of vertical leadership development as a framework.

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  • volume 2016
  • issue Mimořádné číslo
  • state Recenzované / Reviewed
  • article type Přehledový / Peer-reviewed
Published in Strategic Management
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University of Defence, in coop. with General Staff of Czech Armed Forces, declares accreditation of new study programme. Its aim to prepare a universally educated officer with appropriate professional and language skills emphasizing the employability within his or her professional career. This new study programme emphasizes the military character of education and the ability to respond flexibly to the needs of the Army of the Czech Republic. Soft managerial skills of a commander, as far as people leadership is concerned, are also supported significantly. The aim of the article is to show the current effort of the Faculty of Military Leadership at the University of Defence to optimize the university education of a future commander­manager.

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  • volume 2016
  • issue 2
  • state Nerecenzované / Nonreviewed
  • article type Ostatní / Other
Published in Education and Training
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Presented analysis of interviews with officers at various level of command from 2004 – 2008 is aimed on their view of the process of command. On the basis of qualitative research we consider the recent way of command of the Czech officers intuitive and individual. It characterizes most common way to command, based just on experience. We consider differentiation in the way of leading and motivation of subordinates among types of forces and military specializations. The reflection of the professionalization, the training system, the perception of learned/natural ability to command and their career is offered to discussion in the context of changes in direction of education of Czech officers and commanders.

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  • volume 2015
  • issue 3
  • state Recenzované / Reviewed
  • article type Vědecký / Research
Published in Force Development
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The author summarises most common and repeated mistakes of graduated officers after leaving military schools. Junior officers are practically in the same position as young manager in civil life, so we can find some analogies in civil managerial leadership. Civil manager face practically the same problems and situations. There are various mistakes that junior officers ought to be warned. Such educational instructions and leadership should be implemented into military schools' curricula. Backed by a vast amount of studied literature, the author offers his own solution. He makes use of five myths by Linda Hill, professor at Harvard Business School. The problem is to avoid extreme leadership styles: dictatorlike and benevolent ones.

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  • volume 2010
  • issue 3
  • state Recenzované / Reviewed
  • article type Přehledový / Peer-reviewed
Published in Theory and Doctrines