Would it be right to say that Military first normalized and standardized behavioral rules and expectations?
For a commander the proper understanding and execution of every order is a matter of life or death.
Early on systematic and standardized orders become part of military life. As a leader—if you fail to communicate, it will be more the exception than the rule that your goals are realized. Lead with a purpose and ensure your followers are aware of that purpose.
Do you think that’s the reason why so many think that officers are always good leaders?
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