Senior Curator and GeneralLeadership.com COO, Lt Col Mathew T. Fritz discussed the importance of managing your leadership shadow.… Read the rest
Senior Curator and GeneralLeadership.com COO, Lt Col Matthew Fritz shares tips on handling organizational conflict. Leaders find it necessary to confront poor behavior when it happens, if only to prevent poor modeling from becoming a repeatable trend within the Team. Take a lesson from the tiny fruit-fly and apply it to your interaction within your Team. Camouflage and deception cannot be allowed to become effective blockers to good communication. Shoo these traits away through engagement, preparation and constructive collaboration and watch your team evolve to a higher species!… Read the rest
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“…you have to make a decision: to be or to do.” Colonel John Richard Boyd (1927-1997)
Senior Curator and GeneralLeadership.com COO, Colonel Matthew T. Fritz relates the importance of a Observe-Orient-Decide-Act decision process as a leader. Told through the lens of life-or-death Fighter Pilot actions, Matthew reminds us working on your cycling-speed will direct your energy towards the success-side of the equation.… Read the rest
On this memorial day, the curators and authors of GeneralLeadership.com pause to honor the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. Military. We reflect upon their sacrifices, as well as the sacrifices of the thousands of soldiers who serve in harms way around the globe on this day. You have our sincere respect and gratitude.
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I pray that our Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement, and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost, and the solemn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom.
Click HERE for a rundown of our excellent #GenLead TweetChat discussion from 15 May. Thank you to all who joined in the conversation–it was fun, interesting, and exciting.