Leaders Go Hungry: 10 Leadership Habits Developed in Uniform | Team Rubicon

If two privates are walking side-by-side, one takes the lead. Military leadership starts the day you take your oath. Below are ten habits developed within months, or even days, of putting on a uniform. These qualities are constantly refined through stress, responsibility, and austere environments; extreme experiences that test and develop military leaders, making these powerful, long-lasting habits. On a Team Rubicon operation you’ll see these qualities reflected in strike team leaders all the way to the Incident Commander.

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Click through to read the list. It’s not the full field manual on leadership, but you surely won’t go wrong following this list.

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  1. One commenter mentioned the Eleventh commandment about leading by example. Don’t know if this is the same, but I was taught to never ask your men to do something you wouldn’t or hadn’t done yourself.

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