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LTC Stephen F.
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Thanks SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL for highlighting what incoming leaders can look for to prevent toxic leadership habits from continuing to infect their command.
1. Micromanagement exists often on an epic scale.
2. There’s a lack of respect shown from higher echelons to lower, and the lack of simple professionalism.
3. Zero-defect mentalities and zero-tolerance policies are standard.
4. Leaders tend to have a suffocating adversity to risk.
5. There’s no meaningful purpose behind any order or task given to subordinate elements.
6. There is no attempt to develop subordinates.
7. Superiors take all authority from the noncommissioned officers and platoon-level officers within the command.
8. There is a complete lack of trust of superiors, between peers and between subordinates.
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SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL
SFC Joe S. Davis Jr., MSM, DSL
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LTC Stephen F. I experience this in the military and the civilian world. Good points of interest.
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