Timely Navy Seal Book Tells Us All to Take Ownership of Our Problems & the Solutions Without Ego

SITUATION:
Here are 12 Leadership Lessons for managers to Learn From the Navy SEALs.

There is an increasing need for all Americans, particularly our leaders, to take ownership of all problems and issues– whether personal, national, in the neighborhood, among family, and in our daily lives. This book shows how to do just that. It details a mind-set and principles that enable SEAL units to accomplish the most difficult missions in combat.  Now in business and life.

SIGNIFICANCE:
A leader’s ego can destroy impact and results of team being lead. This book calls out people and teams for making excuses– and changes the way we all can and should think about leadership. The book is a compelling narrative with powerful instruction and direct applications that can and will revolutionizes business management and challenges leaders.

SAYS:
” The biggest takeaway that you can have from this is looking yourself in the mirror and thinking, ‘Where can I do better?'” “Taking ownership instead of blaming others, finding excuses, or maybe even denying that problems exist … And a lot of that is about checking your ego.”–Leif Babin, Platoon commander and co author.

SITES & SOURCES:
The Book: ” Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy Seals Lead and Win”; https://www.secondsale.com/i/extreme-ownership-how-u-s-navy-seals-lead-and-win/9781250183866?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIp5uL1paR6QIVlh6tBh26pgWiEAQYASABEgLYbfD_BwE

Note: This book was found and recommended by Stuart Angert, a long standing and respected leader in the automotive industry and his community. His passion and leadership have made a difference in many areas of the industry, his community,, and the Country, especially in the realms of health care, education, and his involvement with things that needed to be fixed and made better.

Since leaving the business worlds of automotive parts and financing, Stuart Angert has dedicated his time and energies toward philanthropic efforts.

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