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Leadership 4 Memorial Day

Four “Leadership and Memorial Day” articles worthy of your attention:

Leadership and Memorial Day
“…today’s business leaders would do well to possess the characteristics of a warrior in their pursuit to become better leaders and to build better organizations. Commitment, passion, attention to detail, discipline, service above self, honor, integrity, perseverance, compassion, the ability to both lead and follow, to execute with precision, and the ability to adapt, improvise, and overcome are representative traits possessed by successful military leaders.”

Leader Time: A leadership example to remember this Memorial Day
“1. Leaders are loyal…  2. Leaders model love…  3. Leaders practice courage…  4. Leaders take responsibility…”

On Memorial Day, Remember That Great Leadership Is About Shared Sacrifice
“Military leadership is built on the foundation of shared suffering…most people who try to apply the principles of military leadership don’t understand that.”

How the Navy Prepared me to be a Better CEO
“Everyone has a job to do, and no one should sit on a perch watching others perform. It doesn’t matter who founded the company, who has the most exits, or who holds a certain title. The ultimate respect has to be earned, and the only way to do that—and instill a culture of togetherness—is for the CEO to lead by doing, not by issuing orders.”

“Leadership is a potent combination of strategy and character. But if you must be without one, be without the strategy” -General Norman Schwarzkopf 

LEAD Clermont Academy thanks those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for Freedom!

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