JAMIE COCHRAN

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER 

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JAMIE COCHRAN

Chief Operating Officer 

Jamie Cochran joined Leif Babin and Jocko Willink as the first employee at Echelon Front in 2014. She quickly expanded her initial role as Director of Operations and was named Chief Operating Officer in early 2021. As a speaker and Leadership Instructor, she makes the connection between the combat leadership principles of Extreme Ownership and how she implements them in her life as a business leader, woman, mother of three, and wife of a former Navy SEAL.


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"Jamie, thank you so much for your fantastic delivery on the leadership principles last week. Her approach was a good refresher on the content we received earlier from Jocko and Dave and a fantastic introduction for our emerging leader new attendees. We received a great deal of positive feedback on the sessions and a desire to carry them further forward. A ringing endorsement!"

- Tech Company

"Jamie Cochran was fantastic as our keynote speaker. She was able to connect with our "Own It" theme by talking about the Laws of Combat but also interjecting some personal stories. Our team really enjoyed this portion of our meeting."
"This was the second time we had commissioned Jamie to speak to one of our leadership groups. Both times, she was right on target with her messaging, and impressed with her delivery. The team loved her presentation. I have a feeling that this will not be the last time we will ask her to be a speaker at an event or conference of ours."

- Vice President of Hospitality Company

    Insights by JAMIE COCHRAN

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    Jocko Podcast 388: Lessons That Go Beyond The Battlefield. With Jamie Cochran, Echelon Front COO

    Jamie Cochran joined Leif Babin and Jocko Willink as the first employee at Echelon Front in 2014. She quickly expanded her initial role as Director of Operations and was named Chief Operating Officer in early 2021. After earning her degree in Business Marketing and Communications, Jamie served in leadership positions in several organizations to include Glacier Bay, a boutique hedge fund as the Client Relations Director; San Diego State University as a Programs Director; and Tiffany & Company as a Visual Creative Director. Here at Echelon Front, she leads a diverse team that oversees all business operations and events. Her team also coordinates Echelon Front engagements across the globe, ensuring a world-class client experience. Jamie embraces the mindset of Extreme Ownership and implements it across all aspects of her business and life. As a speaker and Leadership Instructor, she makes the connection between the combat leadership principles of Extreme Ownership and how she implements them in her life as a business leader, woman, mother of three, and wife of a former Navy SEAL.

    Women's Assembly with Jamie Cochran & special guest Leif Babin

    Synopsis: The Power of Extreme Ownership, Especially On The Home Front

    One of the most challenging relationships to implement Extreme Ownership can be with family or friends. Even though the core concepts of Extreme Ownership are simple, they are not easy, especially with those we're closest to.

    Relationships with spouses, siblings, parents, or children make it difficult to detach. When we're frustrated with intimate relationships, detaching becomes more critical. When they don't react as we think they should, that's when Extreme Ownership shows its power. These individuals are most important to us. Shouldn't we use all the skills at our disposal?

    Once we detach, we can take a long-term strategic view. What's the mission/goal? We can't change the other person, but we can change our approach to the situation.

    By detaching, taking ownership, and taking a long-term, strategic view of our relationship, we create new opportunities to grow and develop. Our relationships will begin to improve, and we can continue on the path.