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In today's superheated business climate, executives and managers are under increasing pressure to squeeze every last drop of productivity out of their people. Built around inspiring stories from both the military and business worlds, Leadership Lessons of the Navy Seals outlines a step-by-step approach to boosting morale and increasing productivity in any business organization.
©2003 McGraw-Hill; (P)2003 AMI

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A very good set of practical advice on leadership.

This book provides a nice overview of Navy seal leadership tactics. I recommend having a notebook next to you to jot down some ideas for use in your organization. I found myself doing this several times.

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  • john
  • t, OH, United States
  • 03-13-13

Great concepts

What did you love best about Leadership Lessons of the Navy Seals?

The concepts are very solid and real stories behind help build a picture for memory. I have listened several times to continue working on improving personally.

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Short but sweet

C'mon don't kid yourself. It tells you some of the stuff you should be doing already. Or the stuff you don't have the fortitude to do right now. But it's a slap into reality that every manager should hear. I'd like to give this book to the management @ 2 of the "Big Three" automakers namely the biggest. Boy do they ever need to hear this!

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