Monday, November 4, 2013
Commander Sean Heritage's 2nd in the series of Commanding Cooperatively - LEADING UPON ARRIVAL
Welcome to the second book in the Commanding Cooperatively series. The insights shared throughout the series are not intended to tell a "worst to first" story, as the team with whom I led was already excelling when I assumed command of Navy Information Operations Command Pensacola, Florida.
Likewise, this is not necessarily a success story, as success is too subjective to either claim or refute. The objective is merely to share my experience as a Commanding Officer and provide some insight as to how I chose to spend the most significant opportunity and best tour of my career Commanding Cooperatively.
Leaders do not require a position to lead nor do we need to be present. We create opportunities to lead by building relationships, by making personal connection a priority, and by caring enough to lead our team prior to arrival and long after we depart. Book Two in this series is a continuation of the story. It begins where Book One ends, the day after the Change of Command Ceremony, and focuses on the process that was "Leading Upon Arrival."
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LEADING UPON ARRIVAL is available HERE.