Since 1775, the United States Military has been making leaders and winning battles. Elemental to that success is, and has been, the non-commissioned officer (NCO) – the backbone of the organization. These frontline combat leaders (1) accomplish the mission and (2) ensure troop welfare.
The study of these military leadership principles (https://youtu.be/OHdYSvq8GgA) has increased in demand as of late. So a veteran looks at the military leadership principles and see what applies in the contemporary emergency service environment.
• Curriculum taught NCOs at the Lejeune Leadership Institute, Quantico, VA. • BACKBONE (https://youtu.be/UR_2WP-Ath0)
• STEP UP AND LEAD
• PRIDE AND OWNERSHIP
• JOCKO podcasts
• EXTREME OWNERSHIP
• DISCIPLINE EQUALS FREEDOM • The LEADERSHIP DICHOTOMY
• The Men, The Mission and Me • LEADERS EAT LAST, Simon Sinek
All of us can learn to be small unit leaders – and it is used everywhere. Whether it’ is something at work, your community group, how you volunteer, how you raise your kids; we’re all small unit leaders at some point. So, these skills are learnable, let’s look at how they’re taught. Let’s look in a place where it’s successful and see how we can apply it ourselves. Leadership – especially small unit leadership – isn’t something that a select few are born with. And the beauty of looking at the attributes of leadership is that they’re timeless and combat has proven through history. Come to this interactive, guided discussion. Get motivated and discuss with Emergency Service Personnel across the state – the challenges and solutions for today’s FRONTLINE LEADERSHIP.