The authors, faculty in the Department of Behavioral Sciences & Leadership at the United States Air Force Academy, highlight their approach to assessment. The authors begin by calling attention to assessment challenges such as individual considerations and identifying items for assessment. Lindsey, Foster, Jackson, & Hassan then provide two examples of how intentional assessment strategies can be implemented to evaluate the effectiveness of leader education and development. The conclusion highlights results such as cross-sectional evidence of progression in leadership style, as commanders in their second year are rated by subordinates as significantly more transformational than first year commanders.

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