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Take Extreme Ownership

Take Extreme Ownership

Leading a team to success means taking responsibility for its failures and empowering yourself to make the necessary changes for improvement.

Own Mistakes: Accepting blame can save your job and maintain leadership integrity.

Set the Example: Leaders who take responsibility set a precedent for their teams, fostering a culture of accountability. For instance, if you make a mistake, acknowledge it openly and discuss how to rectify it.

This shows your team that it's okay to make mistakes as long as they are willing to learn from them and take responsibility.

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High School Reading Teacher. Book lover. Sharing insights to inspire discovery. "Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body." – Joseph Addison

Extreme ownership, decentralized command, and effective communication underpin the success of Navy SEAL units and can be applied to any team or organization that wishes to succeed in complicated tasks and difficult missions. With strategies such as "cover and move" and "prioritize and execute," you'll learn how to lead and win even the most challenging battles.

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