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Echelon Front is launching a newsletter to sort through the vast amount of leadership content, prioritize what is most valuable, and provide that content to you in a simple, clear and concise format. The newsletter, to be released twice a month, will be called the Extreme Ownership Rundown.   

 In the military, the term “Commander’s Intent” explains the why behind a combat operation. When the frontline troops executing a mission understand the Commander’s Intent, this enables Decentralized Command so that everyone on the team can lead to achieve the leader’s strategic purpose, the over-arching goal and desired end state.  The result is a highly efficient, highly effective team of leaders at every level who can make adjustments, solve problems, capitalize on opportunities, and aggressively execute to win.  

 At Echelon Front, we know that leadership is the solution to every problem. But we recognize that there is a daunting amount of leadership content and material generated each week through virtual training sessions, in-person leadership events, and podcasts. Our Commander’s Intent for the Extreme Ownership Rundown is to provide you just the highlights in simple, clear and concise form so that—despite your busy schedule—you can learn the skills necessary to solve your problems through leadership.  

Extreme Ownership Rundown Commander’s Intent:

  • Purpose: Provide the reader with the most valuable leadership lessons in a small number of simple, clear, concise articles and videos for easy access.
  • Goal: Empower the reader with the knowledge of how to apply the right leadership skills in the most effective manner to their specific leadership challenges in order to get those problems solved.
  • End State: Create leaders who are constantly learning, growing and working to better themselves and everyone around them.

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How To Work With Difficult Personalities

Leadership is about dealing with people. And everyone is different. One of the most challenging aspects of leadership is learning how to work with different personality types. While there are general categories, such as introvert or extrovert, into which you can lump personality types, no two people are exactly the same.

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Is Leadership A Skill?

No one is born with great leadership ability. Leadership is a skill that must be taught, learned, and developed over time through training, practice, and repetition. Some people are born with attributes that enable them to develop faster and outperform others as they develop their leadership skills. But without learning the skills required to lead, such people will not ultimately succeed. The pathway to becoming a good leader lies in learning and developing leadership skills through training, education, and continuous, dedicated effort

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Losing Your Cool is Weakness 

Some people are raised to see an outburst of anger as an exercise of authority, or a way to exert oneself, as a sign of strength. But when you aren’t able to detach from your emotions, it’s actually a sign of weakness.
It may sometimes work tactically, but it’s a strategic loser

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How to Think Strategically 

In order to think strategically, you must detach. It’s human nature that we dive into the details of a problem, which means we often get lost in the weeds and lose sight of the strategic picture. You can’t let that happen. Stay detached and think strategically ALL THE TIME.

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Who Is A Leader?

At Echelon Front, we believe that if you interact with other human beings in any capacity, you are a leader. Even if you are only in charge of yourself and your small piece of the mission, you have to lead.

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HUMILITY: THE MOST IMPORTANT QUALITY IN A LEADERLeif Babin  Leif Babin is a former Navy SEAL officer, co-author of the New York Times best-sellers, "Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win" and "The Dichotomy of Leadership." He is...

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How To Build and Spend Leadership Capital

Think of the amount of influence you have on the people around you as a bank account. Leadership capital represents the funds available in that account. In every interaction with others, you are either depositing funds and acquiring more leadership capital, or you are debiting the account and spending your leadership capital. This applies to every interaction with anyone: both up and down the chain of command, peer to peer, and those outside of your immediate organization. It also applies in your personal life, with family members and friends. Every interaction with others either earns you leadership capital or expends it.

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