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Perspectives on Leadership with Lt. Col. (Ret.) Henry Thompson, Ph.D. : Part 4 of 6

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Published on Jun 6, 2011

In this video Lt. Col. (Ret.) Henry Thompson, Ph.D. gives insight on stress level indicators and explains the PAMA decision making model outlined in his new book.

Lt. Col. (Ret.) Henry Thompson, Ph.D. is the founder, president and CEO of High Performing Systems, Inc., an international management consulting and training firm he founded in 1984 and training firm he founded in 1984 to help leaders, teams and organizations achieve high performance. Numerous command and staff positions during his 21-year military service have resulted in exceptional management insight and expertise. During that time, Thompson trained and led some of the most elite teams in the world. He served as an officer with the U.S. Army Special Forces Group (Green Berets) in Vietnam and was decorated on several occasions for his heroism.

In addition to his leadership time as a military officer during the Vietnam War and beyond, Dr. Thompson recently wrote a book about the effects of stress on individuals and leaders.

Video as part of the Georgia Department of Defense's "Perspectives on Leadership" video series. For the playlist of this entire video: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?p=PL8...

For other interviews in the "Perspectives on Leadership" YouTube series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?p=PLE...

Be sure to check out the Professional Development Bookshelf Review of Dr. Thompson's new book, "The Stress Effect". This review is on page 20 of the April edition of the Georgia Guardsman magazine here: http://issuu.com/georgiaguard/docs/ap...

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