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Josh_Brooks
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First and foremost, I am a loyal and faithful Army officer who is dedicated to completing a career of honorable service in the United States Army. I am very grateful and proud to be an Army officer, and aspire to a career of service characterized by: 1) accomplishing the mission, 2) taking care of my Team Members and their families, and 3) continuing to improve our organization.
Second, I am applying those leadership skills and that sense of selfless service that I learned in the Army to grow our newly-formed non-profit foundation, The Enduring Charity Foundation. The Enduring Charity Foundation helps individuals and corporations establish, maintain, and grow their own charitable endowments, in order to provide an enduring source of financial support for those charities that they care about. You can learn more about The Enduring Charity Foundation at www.enduringcharity.org
One of the major outputs of my professional life has been the study and practice of leadership and leader development; I see these as two of my core competencies. If you are interested in discussing leadership and leader development, I invite you to connect with or message me on LinkedIn.

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by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
Intellectual Capacity: An Important Characteristic for Leaders

A brief article about intellectual capacity as an important characteristic for Leaders. This article may be useful for leaders, managers, coaches, and mentors.

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
Five Steps of Interaction with Personal and Organizational Values

A brief article describing five steps that leaders can take to think about and develop personal and organizational values. This article may be useful for leaders, managers, mentors, and coaches.

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
Rule Breaking: When, How, and Why

A brief article discussing when, how, and why it may be appropriate to bend or break the rules as a leader. This article may be useful for leaders, managers, mentors, or coaches.

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
Five Steps: One Way to Mentor

A brief article describing a five step technique that you can use to mentor others. This technique may be useful for leaders, mentors, managers, and coaches.

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
Ten Techniques to Ensure Good Judgment

A brief article that presents techniques that you can use to ensure good judgment. This technique may be useful for leaders, mentors, managers, and coaches.

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
Mental Agility and Change Management

A brief article about mental agility and change management. This article may be of use for leaders, managers, mentors, and coaches.

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
Eat the Slowest Zebra, and the Herd Will Speed Up

A brief article about the judicious use of negative motivation. This article may be useful for leaders, managers, mentors, and coaches.

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
Transactional Leadership: Healthy, Positive, and Highly Effective

A brief article about transformational and transactional leadership. This article may be useful for leaders, managers, mentors, and coaches.

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
More Thoughts on Transactionalism as a Positive Leadership Technique

A brief article expounding on the concept of transactional leadership. This article may be useful for leaders, managers, mentors, and coaches.

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
How to Obtain and Demonstrate Domain Knowledge as a Leader

A brief article about how leaders can obtain and demonstrate domain knowledge. This article may be useful for leaders, managers, mentors, and coaches.

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
People Awareness: An Important Characteristic for Leaders

A brief article that discusses the concept of people awareness as an important characteristic for leaders. This article may be useful for leaders, managers, mentors, and coaches.

Business & Money
by Josh_Brooks
4 years ago
Creativity, Ingenuity, Creation of Options, and Problem Solving

A brief article about the employment of creativity and ingenuity to create options and solve problems. This article may be useful for leaders, managers, mentors, and coaches.

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