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Portrays an example of decision-making qualities needed in command leadership during a discussion between the skipper of U-571 and the executive officer.
General Colin Powell speaking on his view of the essence of leadership.
General James Mattis (Ret.) answers questions from Marines in this candid talk on Lessons in Leadership.
Although directly intended for members of the Army, the video provides a great description of leadership principles, attributes, and core competencies that apply to all members of the military.
General Stanley McChrystal discusses how listening and learning, then leading creates the sense of shared purpose among diverse groups. His viewpoint spans his decades of service in the military and his role in leading the diverse members of the US Army.
Simon Sinek suggests in this TED Talk that a great leader is someone that makes their employees feel trusted, safe and secure.
Using Apple, Martin Luther King Jr. and the Wright brothers, Simon Sinek discusses his model for inspirational leadership. It all starts with a golden circle and the question "Why?"
Depicts an example of why, under certain circumstances, the leader needs to convey a sense of confidence by knowing all. Luckily, the Chief of the Boat provides clarity and sound guidance for the executive officer.