COL Lawrence Saul, USA (R)

COL Lawrence Saul, USA (R)

COL Lawrence Saul, USA (R)

Consultant


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Colonel (Ret, USA) Lawrence (Larry) Saul is a Consultant at Army and Navy Academy. He has a strong background in education, training, curriculum development, knowledge management, and senior level leadership in both domestic and international institutions and organizations.

Prior to joining the Army and Navy Academy, Larry was a senior lecturer at the Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, California. In this position, he was responsible for designing, planning, coordinating and executing graduate-level seminars. This educational program was for personnel about to enter a multicultural, multinational environment where awareness and understanding of cultural, religious, historical, and political differences was vital to that organization’s success.

For nearly 40 years, Larry has been involved in the training and education field. His classroom instruction experience includes US and international institutions. He spent 5 years as a member of the Faculty of 2 prestigious British Army schools. Additionally, he was very involved in the design and development of the education and training plan for the Armed Forces of the Republic of Azerbaijan, as well as assisting several other US and international organizations and institutions in developing strategies and programs for enhancing education. In 1988 he was selected as the Instructor of the Year at the US Army Infantry School.

While serving as the director of the US Army Center for Lessons Learned (CALL), he was recognized by a variety of professional journals and organizations for the cutting edge processes and products developed. In 2005 the CALL website was selected as one of the top 5 in the US for its impact on users. In a 3-year period CALL produced over 400 education handbooks and training products as well as one full-length feature documentary. In 2009, at the request of the British government, he designed and developed their first knowledge management organization.