JLBC Leadership on operations


JLBC Leadership on operations

Having gained their team’s confidence, the military leader must also deal with member apprehension and anxiety, leading to armed conflict. During armed conflict, the leader has to manage their fear and deal with the worry and stress of other members of the group. Post–armed conflict, the leader must comprehend and deal with the burdens arising from participation in what may have been a confronting and terrifying experience. A positive leadership approach enables personnel to maintain effort, or more simply, endurance, for extended periods under challenging circumstances in operations; a persistence that mere authority can’t generate.

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