Decisions and Consequences

The all-time most infuriating remark given to me concerning poor conduct is this: “I made a mistake.”   No, no, no you didn’t. You made a decision and there is a distinct difference. A mistake implies you miscalculated, or simply made an error. A typo is a mistake for instance. Sometimes a mistake is made due […]

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Leadership = Relationships

Leadership styles are often measured on a sliding scale. One one end of the scale is the permissive style of leadership and on the other is authoritarian. Ideally one’s personal style falls somewhere in between as there can always be too much of a good thing. I once had a battalion SgtMaj who was known […]

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