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

ENGAGE YOUR TEAM WITH QUESTIONS, NOT ANSWERS

They offered up insightful feedback and the meeting was very helpful. What made the difference? And then it hit me – perhaps they didn’t speak up as much in the past because they didn’t need to – I did all the talking.

THE KEY TO ENCOURAGING OWNERSHIP IN UNFULFILLING WORK

And if it’s simply a short-term deal to pay the bills, or save for a trip, teach them that the discipline they learn when they do good work in an unfulfilling job will serve them well as they move on to bigger and better things. 

The problem with Millennials in the workplace? You.

One of the most common issues I am asked to discuss when talking with clients is how to work with Millennials. The appearance of a generation gap is stark, and the descriptions of many younger employees are not flattering: Entitled, lazy, unmotivated, disconnected, and the list goes on.

Open Door Policies Don’t Work

Open Door Policies Don’t Work Dave Berke "What is some advice you would give to a leader who has a hard time letting go of the reigns and delegating to others?" We have all worked for leaders with an “open door” policy. Some of us have implemented them ourselves. We...

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We offer practical, experience-based solutions to complex problems based on combat leadership lessons learned through a myriad of dynamic leadership challenges.

The Team

Combat-proven leaders with experience in building, training and leading high-performance winning teams.

What Is Extreme Ownership?

There is no one else to blame; you must own problems along with solutions; commit to lead up and down the chain of command


Build Teams That Cover And Move

Build Teams That Cover And Move

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.

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Extreme Ownership

This book explains the SEAL leadership concepts crucial to accomplishing the most difficult missions in combat and how to apply them to any group, team, or organization.

Dichotomy of Leadership

Willink and Babin clearly explain THE DICHOTOMY OF LEADERSHIP―skills that are mission-critical for any leader and any team to achieve their ultimate goal: VICTORY.