New professional advancement for security strategists – Still time to sign up
National security professionals: Want to jump-start your career by sharpening your strategic thinking?
There’s still time to sign up for an intensive program that I’m directing at the Institute of World Politics. PASS:PORT is a new opportunity for US government national security professionals to stimulate their strategic thinking, advance their careers, and more effectively shape their actions in defense of the Nation.
PASS:PORT is an accelerated program of eight (8) evening seminars and three (3) extended weekend retreats in the DC area between September 2012 and June 2013.
Among our PASS:PORT faculty: former CIA director Michael V. Hayden, former National Counterintelligence Executive Michelle Van Cleave, IWP founder John Lenczowski, irregular warfare maestro Sebastian Gorka, terrorism and strategy expert Christopher Harmon and more, including yours truly and others yet to be announced.
This is going to be hands-on, intensive, interactive and thought-provoking.
PASS:PORT stands for Professional Advancement for Security Strategists: Program on Reducing Threats.
PASS:PORT analyzes the various approaches to identifying and understanding known, emerging and unanticipated national security threats to the US and the full spectrum of strategic instruments necessary to address them. PASS:PORT is designed to challenge the very fundamentals of professional thinking and the overall status quo.
For more information, including details about how to apply, visit PASS:PORT’s homepage.