EPISODE 110

Leadership Vol. 2:

Your (Shitty) Attitude is Contagious

 

Apr 1, 2022 | Podcast | 0 comments

SWAT Small Unit training debriefing over the bed of a pickup truck

There is more to leadership than rank or titles—and before you know it, you’re the guy or gal with just a few years on when you realize you’re not the rookie any more. We talk about capitalizing on good mentoring and working within your sphere of influence to build a foundation of resourcefulness that will keep you happy, your bosses happy, and set you up for success down the road and avoid toxic or cancerous working environments.

This discussion builds on an earlier talk, available here: Volume 1

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