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Former SEAL commander Leif Babin said a mission he led with "American Sniper" Chris Kyle illustrates how leaders must also know when to be followers.
Former Navy SEAL commanders who have worked with more than 400 businesses teach leaders to be aggressive — but not in the way most people think
The former SEALs Jocko Willink and Leif Babin say their lesson on being "Default: Aggressive" is important but often misunderstood. They explain why it does not equate to being reckless.
Billionaire investor Steve Case says the failure of the 2000 AOL Time Warner mega merger taught him a crucial lesson about execution
AOL's founding CEO Steve Case said that the ultimate failure of the $165 billion AOL Time Warner merger in 2000 taught him that "vision without execution is hallucination." It's a lesson he's mindful of as the CEO of his investment firm, Revolution.
The best advice billionaire AOL cofounder and investor Steve Case gives entrepreneurs is a truth about long-term success
AOL founding CEO Steve Case has spoken to thousands of entrepreneurs around the country as part of his venture capital firm Revolution's "Rise of the Rest" initiative. The most important advice he shares is about recognizing the importance of relationships.
Former SEALs Jocko Willink and Leif Babin explain that the leadership techniques they learned from their time in the military can be easily adapted to the office.
Former Navy SEAL commanders who have worked with more than 400 businesses explain how to decide whether to mentor someone — or fire them
Former SEALs Jocko Willink and Leif Babin were responsible for the lives of their teammates, and so that required both a personal connection to each member, but placing the team's needs above all else. This also applies to business, they said.
Former Navy SEAL commanders say pop culture has led to a common misconception about good military leadership
Former SEALs Jocko Willink and Leif Babin said they're working to dispel the myth that strong leadership involves barking orders and micromanaging, which is suggested by many representations of the military in popular culture.
Former SEAL commanders Jocko Willink and Leif Babin said that in their work with hundreds of businesses and individuals, they've found new leaders are constantly making excuses for not seeking help.
A dangerous mistake made by a former Navy SEAL commander in an early mission taught him a lesson about planning he never forgot
Former Navy SEAL Leif Babin said that there's a right and wrong way to plan, and that over-planning once put him in a dangerous situation. He explained the more productive alternative.
A Marine Corps veteran who teaches people to be mentally strong says the biggest killer of success is a daily choice people make
A surefire way to sabotage your success is to act inconsistently, says Marine Corps veteran Andrew Wittman. That's true whether you're trying to be a better parent or a more effective manager.