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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the U.S. Army Aviation Commanding General's Leading Change Team?

The CG's Leading Change Team is an influential group that works with the Aviation Senior Leaders Team to guide the changes that are taking place, actively champion the change effort, and act to remove barriers when they arise in order to create a sense of empowerment among all members of the Aviation community.

The CG's Leading Change Team is comprised of people from all levels of the Aviation community. The team's makeup represents a variety of skills, experiences and abilities, which enables the team to make informed and intelligent decisions for the good of the community.

What does the Leading Change Team do?

The Leading Change Team's responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Empowering, collaborating and participating on a daily basis and encouraging others to do the same;
  • Removing obstacles, challenges and barriers that prevent change initiatives from being successful;
  • Identifying wins, both small and large, and communicating those wins to the community;
  • Anchoring the changes into the Aviation culture.

The Leading Change Team meets twice a month. The sub-initiative groups meet additionally at separate times depending on the tasks at hand.

How do I get involved in the Leading Change Team?

Volunteer to participate in influencing change. Submit an idea/solution to improve Army Aviation by emailing usarmy.rucker.avncoe.mbx.leading-change-team@mail.mil or call (334) 255-0546.

What improvements have the Leading Change Team worked on?

For some of the LCT's recent successes, please visit our Current Initiatives page.

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