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Veterans Instinctively Know When to Lead or Follow

Taking care of those that we are fortunate enough to lead is a core strength of those in the military. Our people are our number one resource that will make or break a task, mission or organization. As a leader getting to know your subordinates from a personal perspective is very important. This allows leaders to be able to make better judgement calls based on a particular reaction or interaction that doesn't seem in line with the individuals' typical behavior.
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