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Posted April 17, 2011
Navigating the Seven Seas is indeed the Leadership Lessons of the first African American Father and Son to Serve at the Top in the U.S. Navy. MSCM(SS) Williams Sr.(retired) and VADM Williams (retired) are indeed the epitome of Navy Leadership, Naval History and Naval Heritage all wrapped into one. These American Heroes are indeed the Navy's Dynamic Duo! Together they are a force that covers all areas of the leadership spectrum from the makings of a Subject Matter Expert/Senior Enlisted to the makings and distinct achievement of Flag Officer (VADM). In addition, both father and son open several doors that were closed due to lack of diversity. Their foresight, their vision, and their love in serving others has made major contributions for those that have come behind them in both the Enlisted and Officer ranks.
What I love about this book that it really is about LEADERSHIP. You have a father and son who bring their success into the classroom and solve the leadership mathematic equation using the exponent 7c. Together, they breakdown the context of leadership into 7 pieces that leave you in awe regarding their testimony as well as the challenge within yourself in regards to being a leader. Their method and legacy is relevant to all regardless of profession and/or background. If one is looking for means of being successful, you've found it here!
I strongly recommend this book to all those who wish to learn from one's successfully legacy. For this book not only captures one, but two legacies that stretch over time and generations. As we value their service to our country, they valued and served the men and women who served with them in efforts to lead effectively. We salute them both and hold them in the highest regards. V/r Thaddeus T. Wright, CSCM
Posted December 18, 2011
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