EBOOK Navigating The Seven Seas


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Navigating The Seven Seas

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1 to 2010 the Navy Has Changed Significantly Which Is changed significantly which is the Sr was forced into
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Steward rate still rose to Master Chief and Jr was able to finish his career as a three star Admiral Filled with pictures and personal experiences this finish his career as a three star Admiral Filled with pictures and personal experiences this talks about the seven Cs of leadership Character Competence Courage Commitment Caring Communicating and CommunityWhy I started this book I checked this book out far too long ago and it was time for me to read it and return it Why I finished it I merely meant to start reading it tonight but with all the pictures the book flew by As a leadership book it was unimpressive as a Riding Hard glimpse into the careers of these two African American men it was much interesting. Eermane to all readers regardless of occupation or leadership situation civilian military public and private industry etc and regardless of the reader's background culture or enderThe authors contend that leadership is an art and a science and that leadership can be learned practiced and refined and that there is no stereotypical type cast mold for leaders They argue that if they as members of a minority can rise to leadership roles in the US Navy by following these key principles to navigate across the rough seas of life then anyone can employ these rules to rise to increased leadership responsibility in any profession or caree. .
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