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Please consider this review unofficial for now since I just downloaded the app, I will modernize in the future and adjust my rating accordingly, hopefully a more positive one. So far the experience is familiar; create your profile with primary information, like people, the usual things. Since this application is fresh the selection may limited until they obtain the name out there, I'm willing to wait personally. They say its free and so far this appears to be true, honestly I hope 'free' holds true.
Amazing dating application idea! Been matching my sister with my other siblings, amazing able to have a group chat about it too. Not sure if it's a bug or a missing feature but we cant see who she has been matched with though which would be nice.
This book was recommended to me by a neighboring fire chief who I asked to mentor me. I read it and liked it enough to purchase four more copies for the officers on my shift. This is a amazing book to reinforce best leadership practices. I have also purchased the audible ver for myblong commutes. I would recommend this book for anyone who is looking to improve as a leader. I worked as a manager in the personal sector prior to joining the fire service and thus applies to personal sector as well.
Captain Abrashoff is able to relate his leadership experience in thee most high stress environments and pass his knowledge on to Civilians alike so that we ourselves may become better individuals and hopefully better leaders.He is able to take his failure and provide a android game plan as to how he would better approach each hero building situation. He furthermore lays out traits and characteristics that could bring out the inner leader in each and everyone of us!
I wonder about the authors thoughts on the challenges of sequestration and high paced deployments, and latest reports of not good readiness. I like that he participated with and challenged his squad to come up with the improvements that improved their performance and satisfaction.
This is one of a lot of leadership books I have read. I have to say, it is by far my favorite. The story telling mixed with the numerous ideas of how to turn around a failing/troubled group are countless. I've been able to take several portions of this book and use them on my department to turn things around and it has really paid off! Truly a amazing read. Plus there is a second book that is nearly as good.
Michael Abrashoff "It's Your Ship" weaves his Navy and leadership experience into an entertaining read. If you are fresh to management or looking to gain extra insight into the tried and real principles of leadership, this a amazing book to read. If you have been in the corporate management field for more than a few years, you probably have previously attended seminars or read books that have closely mirrored what this author outlines in his book. Having said that, I still found the book to be a amazing refresher and reinforcement to my best management practices. I liked his philosophy to push the boundaries, but do it intelligently and professionally. I have subscribed to the methods he outlined quite successfully In my own 25+ years in leadership and management roles. The author does a amazing job including humorous stories providing true life lessons of his experience. It's a short and amazing read.
This book supplies an wonderful roadmap for accomplishing effective change. Well written and an simple read. I appreciate the lessons learned and emphasis on accountability. And love the departure from command and control - leaving this technique in the put it belongs. This is a must read not a should read for anyone in a leadership role. Thank you Mr. Abrashoff for sharing your experience and for your awesome service to this country. Your influence on the future of our amazing Navy cannot be understated. Powerful work.
CAPT Abrashoff did what few of us in the Navy have been able to do - he changed the method things are viewed and to some degree how they work. He took care of his people, and they took care of him. The ideal situation writ huge and executed very the time of his tour as the CO of Benfold, he place the Surface Warfare Community on it's collective ear by utilizing amazing leadership and techniques to obtain the most out of his crew. Truly inspirational and game-changing items at the end of the rtunately - today - some of this has filtered through the fleet and we have some other superlative COs out there who understand that "The beatings will continue until morale improves" is not an effective leadership technique.Abrashoff was cutting edge for his day, however in today's globe this kind of leadership is almost expected. Did I learn anything from the book? Not as much as I had hoped, it did, however reinforce a lot of ideas and techniques that I have been using for quite some time. It's always necessary to continually learn as a leader and this is the kind of inspirational book that will support hold you on an even keel.
I'm a Sergeant at an average-sized police department and am responsible for the day-to-day operations of a patrol shift. I picked up Captain Abrashoff's book after it was recommended by the FBI-LEEDA Supervisory Leadership Institute, and was not disappointed.While it may serve only to reinforce tried and real leadership principles for some, it proves to be especially helpful for those of us who have dedicated our lives to public service and who may have limited education or experience in a long time member of a para-military organization, I could definitely relate to the references of tradition and bureaucracy, as well as the leadership struggles involved in overcoming both.Overall, I'm very satisfied with the fresh addition to my library, and believe that the lessons taught in this book will only support me as I go forward.
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