Twitter Accounts You Should Be Following If You Are A Company Grade Leader


The CC/PL Team is laser beam focused on the professional development of company grade leaders and believes that connecting leaders in professional conversation can help us all become more effective as a result. Twitter is a great platform for both self-development and professional discussion. You can read more about professional learning networks here in this post by Jon Silk.

Here’s our list of Twitter users who post and share content relevant to company grade officers. They range from company commanders to strategists to doctoral students. By following them you will expose yourself to a wide spectrum of ideas and information that will help you learn and become more knowledgeable.

Of course, there are many more individuals and organizations out there worth following, and we welcome your suggestions in the comments below

@JByerly81- U.S. Army Officer

@Mil_LEADER — U.S. Army Officer

@CDean120 — U.S. Army Officer

@Childersaw — U.S. Army Officer

@PM_Guzman — U.S. Army Officer

@Rkranc — U.S. Army Officer

@Jsargentr — Military Historian

@DEFConference — Defense Entrepreneurs Forum

@chrisgingram — U.S. Army Officer

@KingsofWar- Post leadership and strategy related content

@pptsapper — U.S. Army Officer

@KimballRay — U.S. Army Officer

@ar-alanhastings — U.S. Army Officer

@NKFinney — U.S. Army Officer

@garymklein — U.S. Army Officer

@Doctrine_Man — U.S. Army Officer

@Strategy_Bridge — Posts leadership and strategy related content

@cmcoglianese — U.S. Army Officer

@dongomezjr — U.S. Army Officer

@_MikeDenny — U.S. Army Officer

@intheInfantry — U.S. Army Officer

@MPProjectJunto — Posts leadership, policing, & OE related content.

@kmegfitz- Military and Defence Researcher/Analyst

@KyCarla- U.S. Army Officer

@farzananabi — Chief Social Scientist at the Human Dimension Division at TRADOC-ARCIC-HDD

@FrontlineLDR — U.S. Army Officer & Executive Coach

@Combat_Ethics — U.S. Army Officer, Former Director of CALDOL

@MikeLoveall — U.S. Army Officer

@Courage9_ADC — U.S. Army Officer

@MelanieSK10- U.S. Army Officer

@CiroStefano1- U.S. Army Officer

@DLSpruce —Former facilitator for the Company Command and Platoon Leader On-Line Communities of Practice

@PanterDownes — British Army Officer

@ReadyFirst6 — Army officer & SBCT Commander

@JohnMcRaeII — U.S. Army Officer

@wpsooner — U.S. Army Officer

@NAPWike- U.S.Army Officer

@rwillia18- U.S. Army Officer

@kleinmi3- U.S. Army Officer

@milwritersguild- Post leadership content and topics of concern to Army leaders

@warInstitute- Posts Leadership and Strategy-focused content

We also participate in a weekly Twitter based professional conversation between military leaders in the United States and faculty and students at Kings College in London. Simply follow the hashtag #CCLKOW . Topics range from leadership to strategy and everything in between.

The CC/PL Team

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