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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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
A good leader needs to have a strong relationship with everyone on his or her team. The more you know about them and the more connected you are, the more effective you become. So on the one hand, you need to be close with your subordinates...but not too close.read more
While powerful, communicating in written word can be dangerous when the reader receives a different emotion than the writer intended. The dynamic of the correspondents’ relationship at the time and the current work situation are factors that can cause a difference in the perception of the message.read more
The most common answer I hear from leaders who have a hard time letting go is a feeling of ‘loss of control.’ They worry that the ship will crash when they begin taking their hands off the wheel. This is human nature. As a junior officer in the SEALs, I thought I had to lead everything because of the nature of my title. However, it was a series of great mentors who taught me that the true sign of a leader is how the team or organization performs when the leader leaves.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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