April 2, 2001
General Takes CEOs-in-Training
Through Leadership Drill
Aspiring CEOs will get top-level training
in leading the troops from Army Brig. Gen. Kenneth Bergquist
on Thursday, April 5 at California State University, Sacramento.
Bergquist, a former CIA operative and president of the newly
created Joint Special Operations University in Hurlburt Field,
Fla., will address participants in the University's "Leadership
for the New Millennium" course at 1 p.m. at the Steven
Lee Yamshon Alumni Center Bergquist, who leads an effort to
help the individual special operations units of the Air Force,
Army and Navy work together more effectively, will talk on
Leadership for the New Millennium is a nine-week course that
strives to give future business and government leaders the
skills they'll need to run their organizations. It is operated
by Regional and Continuing Education.
Bergquist is a 30-year special operations veteran. As the
first president of Joint Special Operations University, which
opened in August 2000, he is responsible for the education
of intermediate and senior special operations personnel. The
facility is designed to supplement the training provided by
the individual military branches by focusing on how they can
best work together on joint efforts such as humanitarian assistance,
rescue missions and military operations.
For more information, contact Hough at (916) 278-4843. For
media information, contact the CSUS public affairs office
at (916) 278-4282.
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