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Airmen and their families will now receive Leadership Pathways (LP) credit
for attending the courses offered through base and are recognized at the
squadron, group and wing level for their accomplishments.
The goal of LP is to increase learning about life circumstances, leadership
and resilience to help others as well as yourself. Seeking knowledge is
powerful and as leaders, we can become better equipped with the knowledge to
help each other and to lead others. Our Airmen, Air Force civilians and
family members are placed in positions as leaders, supervisors, teachers and
The Leadership Pathways classes provides the most recent
information, so that you may help others in this capacity or help yourself.
LP courses will help create communities at Tyndall AFB that give Airmen and
their families a sense of belonging to the Air Force community, in which
they live, work and play. You will meet others with similar interests and
can take a multitude of classes for your own personal and professional
1. Go to the Tyndall Leadership Pathways page at https://booknow.appointment-plus.com/y8h91rr0/
2. Once on the Appointments Plus registration site, first time users will need to create an account. Retuning users can simply log in.
3. After you have logged in, click on the “select class” drop down box and all class titles will appear. Select your class.
4. The class description, along with the dates, available seats, and point of contact will appear. Select the date in which you would like to attend.
5. Finalize the appointment and select how you wish to be reminded. You will automatically receive an email, but you can choose the text option as well.
LP Brochure Feb2018.pdf
Tyndall Leadership Pathways Course Catalog.pdf
Leadership Pathways Class Transcript Form.pdf
Tyndall has created a people first, mission always avenue to help educate Team Tyndall members about resiliency. In a time period when suicide rates are rising, it has never been more vital to take care of one another. Not only is it important that we utilize the wingman concept, but also have a full understanding of what resiliency means. As members of the Armed Forces, there will be times when we will be faced with adversities. These hardships are not limited to being away from family, a death of a loved one, to daily stressors on the job, or relationship troubles. Regardless of the issue, it is important we know how to manage it. As wingmen, we are all part of the Air Force family. It is crucial that we pay attention to each other's emotional status, know we can depend on each other, and if need be, take care of one another. The Sources of Airman Resiliency page was designed to help educate all of Team Tyndall about resiliency. Control your problems, don't let them control you. The page provides you with tools that will help you embrace and overcome life's challenges and provide you with the capabilities to bounce back from adversity. Building resiliency is a lifestyle change, and it starts with you.
Col. Michael Hernandez
325th Fighter Wing commander
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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
(800) 273-8255 (TALK)
National Suicide Hotline
(800) 784-2433 (800-SUICIDE)
National Sexual Assault Hotline
(800) 656-4673 (HOPE)
National Domestic Violence Hotline
(800) 799-7233 (SAFE)
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