Category Archives: Habits

Leaders Eat Last

By | October 1, 2015

[October 1, 2015]  One of the lessons leaders quickly learn in the military is that leaders eat last.  In truth this means that leaders forgo their personal interests to support the team.  To say that leaders eat last is also symbolic of the notion that leaders accept their responsibility to assist people – who are part of their… Read More »

Good Habits #8: Transparency

By | August 6, 2014

[August 06, 2014] The demands made on military commanders are awesome; yet little is provided in the way of guidance. Commanders that make rapid, sound decisions are highly valued and promoted quickly to higher levels of responsibility. The problem is that decisions made rapidly often encounter resistance in application. Regardless whether the decision is the best or not, how… Read More »