Warriors, Diplomats, Heroes, Why America's Army Succeeds - Lessons for Business and Life

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WARRIORS, DIPLOMATS, HEROES, WHY AMERICA'S ARMY SUCCEEDS LESSONS FOR BUSINESS AND LIFE America's Army has endured countless adversities and overwhelmed powerful adversaries by overcoming fear, advancing when retreat seemed the better course, and employing the power of cohesive teams in measures necessary to the task. From the Army's achievements you can draw timeless principles for succeeding in battle, in business, and in life. Warriors, Diplomats, Heroes, Why America's Army Succeeds, a tutorial on leadership ...
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WARRIORS, DIPLOMATS, HEROES, WHY AMERICA'S ARMY SUCCEEDS LESSONS FOR BUSINESS AND LIFE America's Army has endured countless adversities and overwhelmed powerful adversaries by overcoming fear, advancing when retreat seemed the better course, and employing the power of cohesive teams in measures necessary to the task. From the Army's achievements you can draw timeless principles for succeeding in battle, in business, and in life. Warriors, Diplomats, Heroes, Why America's Army Succeeds, a tutorial on leadership and success, reveals: - The three essential components used to ensure individual and team success. If you have these three right you individually and your team collectively are unstoppable - you will rise to a whole new level of performance and win. - The indispensable qualities - core values, mission focus, and disciplined action - you must employ to achieve greatness in your field. - How and why a disciplined, committed, cohesive team can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Overcome fear, face down the competition, multiply your team's productivity and profitability. - How the urgency and gravity of the battlefield apply to business and individual success. Soldiers don't have the luxury of conducting focus groups, taking surveys, and attending endless meetings - the enemy drives action. Get rid of distractions and focus on what matters - the results will astound you. - The essential elements of effective combat leadership used by warriors, diplomats, and heroes. Become an inspiring leader. Your direct reports won't look at you the same and your boss will have a new found appreciation for you as a leader. - The one thing every leader MUST do to lead - failure or success hang in the balance. If you are to win - to achieve your objective - you must ABSOLUTELY do this one thing. - The only two ways any leader contributes to move a team to extraordinary success. Whether your team moves information, material, or emotions learn how to drive your team to peak performance. - How to manage and master the two dominant aspects of the human condition to succeed in business and in life. - The awesome potential impact of a motivated, focused individual. Soldiers have, time and again, risen to the task - beaten back fear, exhaustion, and debilitating injury to fight on to victory. You too have what it takes to be a warrior, a diplomat, a hero - decide to become one. - The tremendous power of a cohesive team. Bring ordinary men and women together to form a formidable, unstoppable team. Fashion your people into a fearless, relentless team set on achieving greatness - a cohesive team that knows no limits. Warriors, Diplomats, Heroes, Why America's Army Succeeds spells out clearly why America's Army succeeds and how you can too. Warriors, Diplomats, Heroes delivers the fundamental principles of leadership and success in a way you can apply now to change your business and change your life.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780979863899
  • Publisher: Cornerstone Achievements
  • Publication date: 2/1/2013
  • Pages: 252
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.69 (d)

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