Echelon Front’s mission is to educate, train, mentor, and empower leaders and organizations to achieve total victory. Echelon Front applies unmatched leadership experiences in the most dynamic and complex environments to help our clients solve problems, overcome obstacles, and win.
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THE PLATOON HUT
This is a place to talk tactics, address problems, and answer questions in an informal setting. Our instructors will all contribute through short articles, questions, and topics for discussion. It will be a chance for you to interact with our instructors and other troopers looking to discuss the leadership challenges we all face. #PlatoonHut
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) have been developed in the military so that commonly performed tasks can be completed in the safest and most efficient manner possible. The military has also developed SOPs to deal with contingencies. When a contingency occurs, training takes over and team members are able to perform under high stress situations like a firefight.read more
The best way to introduce, develop, and maintain a culture of Extreme Ownership with your team is to model it. When your new recruits first arrive to work, they will see right away how you lead, and over time they will embrace it.read more
The first Law of Combat is Cover and Move. At its core, Cover and Move means teamwork. Individuals and teams must mutually support one another, working together in order to accomplish the mission. But how do you get individuals and teams to most effectively work together? The answer, that I’ve seen tested and proven in combat, business or in any other arena in life, is to build relationships.read more
Leadership Forged In Combat
We offer practical, experience-based solutions to complex problems. Echelon Front leadership training and consulting is directly applicable to anyone that leads in dynamic situations. Simple and direct, yet simultaneously strategic and diplomatic, these leadership concepts will get your team executing at the highest level possible.
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