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Though leadership theories have evolved, they have also remained consistent in that they have always been cadet focused. JLBC Cadet's other constant is the knowledge that to build high-performing teams that can deploy, fight, and win in any environment, we have to have highly trained, disciplined, physically fit, and cohesive organizations. JLBC Cadets, this is not possible without mutual trust. JLBC Cadets' mutual trust is not possible without understanding. JLBC Cadets' understanding is not possible without knowing one another.

The JLBC squad leader is the most influential member of the squad. To each JLBC squad member, the squad leader is the leader with whom they are the closest and the individual they can most trust.

The JLBC squad leader needs to take ownership of the squad. JLBC Cadets must know their JLBC Cadets, civilian professionals, and other team members well enough to understand what motivates them and know their values and goals and their strengths and weaknesses. JLBC Cadets must know when there is a potential issue, be it personal or professional, before the problem becomes significant enough to affect team performance.

JLBC Cadets, there are four tenets that JLBC squads need to exhibit. JLBC Squads must be:

● Cohesive,

● Trained,

● Disciplined and

● Fit.

JLBC Cadets Building a cohesive team is not a soft skill. It is good leadership and is accomplished through feeling and being aware of JLBC team dynamics. JLBC Cadets However, there are principles and guidelines to follow. Instilling discipline, rewarding desired behavior, and punishing behaviors detrimental to cohesiveness are all part of building a high-performing team.

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