On Leadership

From Just Let Me Walk Away…

When a man is a leader in combat, he had better be out there taking some of the risks his boys are taking and sharing some of the load. His troops need to know that he understands what they are up against, and he needs to demonstrate some degree of competency in what they do every day. The best leaders will get their noses into the wind at crucial moments and will risk everything when necessary, just as their boys are doing.

Except for the nature of the endeavor, it’s no different at Walmart or General Motors or where any of us work…

Ray Kenneth Clark

March 10 · 2 Comments

2 Responses

  1. David Elkin says:

    “When your fears and anxieties outweigh your wants and your needs it’s time to grow up.”

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