Back to Basics
In this episode CSM (Ret.) Dan Elder discusses getting back to the basics and attempts to identify a few foundational techniques company grade noncommissioned officers should master. Key to a professional leader’s style are in being grounded in the way that they operate, those basic behaviors that set them apart from others. The way we perform is usually influenced by what we have learned either through formal training or education, by observing and watching those around us, or by other events or influencers. It is by reflecting on some of those techniques that either confirm our own styles, or fill in gaps that currently exist.
I make it known that the eight I chose to talk about in this episode are not in any order, not the most important. It is the starting point for my continued dialog in the coming episodes of what I perceive to be basic leadership skills and techniques, and drive the listener more towards useful, realistic advice. #NCO2020
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CSM Dan Elder, USA, Retired
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