Bush Institute Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program

Last week participants gathered for an opening session at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, where they heard from President George W. Bush, General Peter Pace, former U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Bob McDonald, and former U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings, among others. Participants were selected after a rigorous application and review […]

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5th Annual Service Academies Global Summit

Last week I flew to Washington, D. C. and drove to the Westin Hotel in Annapolis, Maryland, to attend the 5th annual Service Academies Global Summit.  I was going to represent RallyPoint and also to speak.  The conference began with a reception.  Attending the Summit were graduates and current students of all of the nation’s […]

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Bob McDonald at Bunker Labs National Meetup (VLOG)

A special thank you goes out to RegularVeteran.com | twitter.com/RegularVeteran | instagram.com/RegularVeteran | Facebook.com/RegularVeteran for doing such a great job hosting this video blog!  

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P&G Alumni Podcast

Bob McDonald served as the 8th United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs, under President Barack Obama. He is ALSO the retired chairman, president, and CEO of Procter & Gamble. He’s now Chairman of the Board for RallyPoint – the premiere community US military service members, veterans, their family and supporters. Graduating among the top of […]

Emphasizing Stewardship in Government

Government Matters recently hosted a podcast by Robert McDonald that covered principles for developing sustainable leadership in positions in the federal government.  Such as: Steps leaders can take to build more leaders Including transparency in leadership and by those in leadership The self-awareness of public sector leaders Have a belief system and be in touch […]

Leadership In Government Matters More Now Than Ever

As COVID-19 spreads around the globe and throughout the United States, effective government leadership matters more than ever. You can read more about this critical need in a new article, published today, in the Harvard Business Review: A Nonpartisan Model for Developing Public Service Leaders, by myself, Doug Conant, and Andrew Marshall. The article introduces a […]