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Leadership principles learned in the military: Communicating the ‘why' is important
Thursday - 11/11/2010, 5:09pm EST
- Emphasize the importance of communications
Sanchez tells leaders to encourage candid discussion. He writes, "Communicating the 'Why' is just as important, if not more so, than the "How.'"
- Develop talent, grow leaders
Mentor up-and-coming leaders.
- Value learning
Cross-train employees. Sanchez writes, "This will enable them to see the bigger picture and understand the 'Why.'"
Give credit publicly and privately, helping people to feel they are part of something bigger.
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