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10 Leadership Lessons From U.S. Commanding General John E. Michel

10 Leadership Lessons From U.S. Commanding General John E. Michel | Leadership | Scoop.it
“Brigadier General John E. Michel is the Commanding General, NATO Air Training Command-Afghanistan; NATO Training Mission/Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan; and Commander, 438th Air Expeditionary Wing, Kabul, Afghanistan. In addition to...”
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Cruise Line Class's curator insight, March 18, 2014 6:18 PM

Excellent article with lessons any leader can learn from and easily apply.  I particularly agree with focusing on people instead of "things", investing in development, involving stakeholders throughout a process, and operationalizing a plan by turning a large plan into bite size pieces.

 

Well....I guess that I genuinely agree with everything that this wise general said.  I look forward to reading more of his words of wisdom.

 

What lessons have you learned and grown from as a leader that you could share with us?  Would love to hear from you!

 

Until next time...PS - Live on Purpose!

 

 

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10 Leadership Lessons From U.S. Commanding General John E. Michel

10 Leadership Lessons From U.S. Commanding General John E. Michel | Leadership | Scoop.it
“Brigadier General John E. Michel is the Commanding General, NATO Air Training Command-Afghanistan; NATO Training Mission/Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan; and Commander, 438th Air Expeditionary Wing, Kabul, Afghanistan. In addition to...”
Via John Michel
Graham Little's insight:
Worth reading and following this leader.
more...
Cruise Line Class's curator insight, March 18, 2014 6:18 PM

Excellent article with lessons any leader can learn from and easily apply.  I particularly agree with focusing on people instead of "things", investing in development, involving stakeholders throughout a process, and operationalizing a plan by turning a large plan into bite size pieces.

 

Well....I guess that I genuinely agree with everything that this wise general said.  I look forward to reading more of his words of wisdom.

 

What lessons have you learned and grown from as a leader that you could share with us?  Would love to hear from you!

 

Until next time...PS - Live on Purpose!