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Stanley McChrystal: Listen, Learn… then Lead

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Mr. McChrystal shares a few of his most memorable experiences gained through decades worth of leadership roles in the military. Working in harmony with such a wide range of ages and cultures between both men and women can be challenging; but when a sense of shared purpose is formed, the elevated perspective is many times more beneficial in the long run. The way something is done fifty years from now may not be the same way it’s expected to be done today. He explains that a good leader isn’t considered one because they are right, but because they’re willing to learn and trust.

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Written by Tori Hildebrandt

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