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Characteristics of Military Leaders Pt III – Accountability
Accountability is vitally important to successful leadership. Often times it is something leaders struggle with in one form or another. When one thinks of accountability thoughts tend to congregate around holding others accountable for their actions. While this is an … Continue reading
Many technologies we use daily were developed for military use before they were adopted in the private sector. Perhaps the greatest example would be something we carry with us each and every day in a cell phone – GPS. Most … Continue reading
Know your strengths AND your weaknesses An effective military leader will know and understand the strengths they possess and how those impact the mission they have to accomplish. They will work to maximize their strengths whenever possible and in capitalizing … Continue reading
Recently CNN Money featured a piece on veterans who held the CEO title at ten Fortune 500 companies; the highest ranking CEO served at the #4 company on the list (ConocoPhillips) and the lowest ranking CEO served at the #473 … Continue reading
Part III – Leadership – The importance of core values
Leadership – To guide, direct, inspire the actions of others. Processes are managed, people are lead. Military service is arguably the greatest crucible for developing leaders. In 2011, the baby boom generation began reaching retirement age at 65. According to … Continue reading