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By Jeff Cannon, Jon Cannon
In ultra-modern superheated enterprise weather, executives and bosses are less than expanding strain to squeeze each final drop of productiveness out in their humans. equipped round inspiring tales from either the army and company worlds, management classes of the military SEALS outlines a step by step method of boosting morale and extending productiveness in any company association.
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Sure, if you’re interested in a 36 brief, unrewarding, or undistinguished career. But if you want to be a great leader in a great organization, the kind that makes things happen, you’ll soon learn that the first thing you need to do is to develop a team that is accountable, capable, and motivated. The SEALs rely on supremely effective teams and masterful leadership to build their teams and accomplish their missions. Do the same in your own organization. ” I was on a team acting in support of a small political mission in Southeast Asia, and that was the message we were getting from the officer in charge of our operation.
Don’t wait for a sure thing. It will never come. Life is not like that. Business is not like that. The SEALs aren’t like that. Not only will a sure thing never come, but if you wait for the perfect moment, chances are you’ll be forced to react and your plan of action will be dictated by your competition. And there is nothing worse than that. Many people insist on trying to analyze every component of a plan, hoping for the perfect solution. And when they’ve finished, they still have to take a leap of faith that their plan is the right way to go.
Then they deploy to operate, and the training continues. Local languages. Regional tactics. Training with forces from other countries. Then back to the United States and into another platoon. Training never ends. Maintaining this tempo is a key short−term goal that supports the long−term goal of providing the United States with a continuously high capability. Short−Term Goal 3: Provide effective leadership. The SEAL organization employs leaders with operational experience, political savvy, technical expertise, and managerial know−how.