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The best team members are the ones that put the team and the mission ahead of themselves. They actively seek to help others, provide assistance, share resources, pass on lessons learned, and dedicate time and energy to supporting the team, even where it strays beyond their assigned roles and responsibilities. That’s what makes a good teammate, a good employee, a good team member.
Jocko and Leif discuss the importance of realistic, fundamental, repetitive training. You will learn why those three factors are so important and how to balance training that pushes the team out of their comfort zone without demoralizing them to the point that they fail to learn.
How do you get others to accept your plan or course of action and execute it as if it were their own?      We get this question all the time from a leader of a team pushing their people to execute on a new strategy or adopt a new process, but their team members aren’t fully “bought in.”
In this video he talks about how George Washington gets Default Aggressive and secures a victory at the Battle of Trenton.
When it comes to taking ownership, perhaps the most frequently asked question we get at Echelon Front is: How do I get others to take ownership?
What is the ultimate dichotomy of leadership? Leif Babin answers that question and explores the Battle of Long Island during the American Revolution.‍August 27th, 1776, the Battle of Long Island, or the Battle of Brooklyn. This was the largest battle of the American Revolution and it was a total victory
How do I deal with a micromanaging boss? If you’ve ever asked this question, you need to read this. Click here to learn how to to deal with a micromanaging boss.
It’s human nature to get comfortable with success. Victory breeds confidence. Successive victories multiply that confidence which can lead to complacency. When leaders and teams get complacent, they fail to thoroughly plan for contingencies since the potential for challenges and obstacles seems far-fetched. However, this mindset sets the team up for disaster.
Extreme Ownership is all about you. Rather than try and force others to change their behavior, you can change yours.