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Summary of Extreme Ownership

Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win by Jocko Willink | Conversation Starters

Principles used in successful missions on the battlefield are applicable as a business and leadership strategy. Take it from the Navy SEAL officers who led the most successful unit in the Iraq warfare, Jocko Willink and Leif Babin. Recounting their dangerous and heart-stopping battles, the authors believe that their leadership skills and attitude are the keys to their victories. This same leadership know-how is detailed in Extreme Ownership to help organizations and corporations gain success.
This New York Times bestseller is seen as a revolutionary approach to business management. Willink, who wrote the bestselling Discipline Equals Freedom, once again shares his insights gained from the battlefield.

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    Nikolay Khokhlovhas quoted3 years ago
    The team members must be fully convinced of their group mission. Working with other teams increases likelihood of success and good results. Plans that are easy to understand are advantageous to the team. Ego should not get in the way of achieving the team's goals. Priorities have to be identified and be followed systematically. The mission should be clear.
    Nikolay Khokhlovhas quoted3 years ago
    The leadership style is the key factor that will determine an organization's success.

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