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Originally posted on theleansubmariner: I have been teaching leadership classes for at least 35 years. That includes formal and informal classes in the Navy and in the civilian community. Whether it was for a large or small companies, the importance of purposefully developing skills and competencies has always been one of my passions. Leadership involves[…]

Communications lessons are unnecessary, speak from the heart, be upfront, improvise when needed, and take charge — The Lean Submariner