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Wharton JournalJamie Peace (WG'13) : Leadership under FireWharton JournalHumility and Empowering subordinates: Jamie built endearing followership with his subordinates by accepting his mistakes candidly and regularly engaging in feedback sessions...
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Jamie Peace is a Wharton student with 10 years of military service.
In this student profile, every aspiring leader should take a few tips from someone who leads facing each day where the consequences of decisions are life or death.
So what does a life or death leader rely on?
1. Being a student of leadership
2. Confidence, Competence, & Proficiency
3. Humility & Empowering Subordinates
4. Setting The Example
Yep. That's the guy I would follow if I had a choice. What about you? Who do you want as your son or daughter's leader in harm's way? I know... I bet you want the guy who has all the answers and gives great powerpoint presentations.
Why is is that when I walk into a failing or soon to fail workplace the leaders rarely check any of these boxes? In the past six months most western businesses have been working through some of the most difficult times since the Great Depression. So was working on your leadership skills at the top of your list? Perhaps you should test yourself on the last six months...
You do not want to compare your pay and responsibilities with the pay and responsibilities of Jamie Peace as he was leading in Afghanistan. I know I don't. As a U.S. taxpayer, I believe we got our money's worth.
I wonder if my shareholders and customers would say the same about me?
What about you?