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Lead On - Lessons from Military Leaders

English, Finance, 1 seasons, 37 episodes, 15 hours 8 minutes
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Learn lessons from past and present military leaders. Lead On is a podcast meant to share the experiences, life lessons, and leadership advice from military leaders so you can learn from them and apply those lessons to your life.
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Ep. 34 | Pt. 1: The Meaning of Servant Leadership

Welcome back to Lead On! We are joined by married couple Kory and Chelsey Gray both out of the Marines and now Vetrepreneurs. In this entertaining episode we cover servant leadership, the transition to the military while keeping the faith, and becoming a Company Honor Man. Check back in 2 weeks for part 2! To find out more information about Chelsey’s and Kory’s business, please visit https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61555531272610&mibextid=LQQJ4dTo find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. Host: David DearieGuests: Chelsey Gray, VetrepreneurKory Gray, VetrepreneurTime Stamps & Show Notes: (00:00 - 02:08) Introduction (02:09 - 04:23) Worst Advice Received Segment(04:24
23/02/202424 minutes 42 seconds
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Ep. 33: Beyond Ranks to Relational Leadership

Welcome back to a special edition of Lead On! Today we bring you a compilation from the CPO Pride Day Event in San Diego, California. Today’s episode highlights many different topics across an array of different guests hosted by special edition host, Ben Wiggins. Ben brings on the typical host of the show and founder of the Enlisted Leadership Foundation David Dearie as his first guest, followed by Senior Chief Amberina Panton, Command Master Chief Joel Rodriguez, and NCC Kim Singleton. This episode navigates the meaning and story behind CPO Pride Day, highlighting the community and development aspect of the Navy and the military in general. Follow along as these four guests share their wisdom and experiences as they showcase what CPO Pride Day is all about. To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. Host: Ben WigginsGuest: <p
17/11/202329 minutes 28 seconds
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Ep. 32: Achieving Chief Status: Katie Killip's Story

Welcome back to Lead On! Katie Killip joins host David Dearie, Katie has 14 years in the Navy and is a Chief Select as well as a Master at Arms! We start out the episode by discussing the Online Foundry Class and her experience with the program, we then move on to how she made it to Chief and some advice to get where she is now today. For more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. Hosts: David DearieGuest: Katie Killip- Chief Select, Master at ArmsTime Stamps &amp; Show Notes: (00:00 - 00:55) Introduction (00:56 - 02:06) Thoughts on the Foundry Class(02:07 - 04:24) Becoming a Chief (04:25 - 05:17) Closing Thoughts
03/11/20235 minutes 17 seconds
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Ep. 31: Sailor of the Year: A Leader's Journey

Welcome back to Lead On! Host David Dearie engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Chief Select Panfilo Bascar, a dedicated leader with a remarkable commitment to service. Join us as we explore Chief Select Bascar&#39;s journey and the invaluable lessons he&#39;s learned along the way. Chief Select Bascar&#39;s journey unfolds as he reflects on being named &#34;Sailor of the Year,&#34; showcasing his dedication and unwavering commitment to his fellow sailors.Throughout the conversation, Chief Select Bascar emphasizes the importance of finding solutions and never giving up, highlighting the mantra that &#34;there is always a way.&#34; His experiences underscore the significance of contributing as a leader, going above and beyond to support and uplift those around him.To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.en
20/10/20238 minutes 52 seconds
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Ep. 30: Entrepreneurial Lessons and Military Spouse Insights

Welcome back to Lead On! Today, we have a special guest, Sheri Painter, an entrepreneur, Mom, and Navy Veteran spouse. We begin the episode by discussing how Sheri and her husband met and some great advice for military spouses. We then move on to the business side of things; David asks all sorts of questions about B.E.A.D., which stands for Birds Eye Aerial Drones. Our guest goes in-depth on how hiring works, how they got started, and so much more. Be sure to watch the whole episode for some great advice at the end!To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. For more information on Sheri&#39;s business, visithttps://birdseyeaerialdrones.com/Hos: David DearieGuest: Sheri Painter, B.E.A.D.</
15/09/202344 minutes 21 seconds
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CPO Pride Day

Welcome back to The Lead On Podcast! We have a very special episode today, with guests Randy Griffith, Diane Mcqueen Gipson, and Evan Kowalczyk. We start the episode by discussing what CPO Pride Day is all about, who runs it, and the many benefits the event has. Chief Petty Officer Pride Day is September 22nd this year and we highly encourage that you go to the event as a civilian or if you’re currently in the military. Many people work very hard to make CPO Pride Day happen be sure to check it out! For more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. September 22nd 19th annual CPO Pride DayTime stamps: (00:00 - 00:50) Opening(00:51 - 02:00) Introdutons (02:01 -
11/08/202317 minutes 49 seconds
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Unveiling the Qualities of a Good Leader

Welcome back to part two of our conversation with Retired Master Chief and Author, Paul Kingsbury! In this episode, we learn about what it means to be a leader and the traits you must have to be a good one. We start out by listing the qualities Paul looks for in a leader and some of the things you can do to acquire these qualities. We then discuss communication and how imperative it is to be a good communicator as a leader. There&#39;s so much to unpack in this episode as Paul tells us sorties, unloads years of experience, and so much more for us. Be sure to check out part 1 of our conversion with him too if you haven’t yet!  For more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. www.usni.orgwww.cutlassleadership.com</p
09/06/202320 minutes 42 seconds
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Ep. 28 | Pt. 1: Types Powers, and the Value of Honesty in Leadership

Welcome to part 1 of our conversation with Retired Master Chief and author Paul Kingsbury! Paul tells us about the long path it took him to become a Master Chief and about the unconventional way he became a writer and podcaster! Our guest today has a lot of experience in the Navy as a leader and shares great wisdom throughout the episode, and we highly encourage you to take advantage of part 1 and part 2, which will be coming out soon!To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/.See more of Paul&#39;s Podcast and Writinghttps://anchor.fm/paul-kingsbury03https://www.cutlassleadership.com/<a href="https://www.usni.org/press/books/chief-pett
26/05/202323 minutes 32 seconds
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Flexible Career Options for Military Spouses

Welcome to Episode 27 of the Lead On Podcast! Today we are joined by our first non-military guest, Molly Rose Speed. She is a military spouse and runs the Virtual Assistant Academy, where she trains people to become virtual assistants. We learn about her journey, why she started the academy, and why being a virtual assistant is an excellent option for military spouses.Learn More about Molly&#39;s Virtual Assistant Academy at: www.virtualassistantacademy.comGet more info about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation at: www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/Time stamps: (00:00 - 01:17) Opening (01:18 - 05:43) Getting to know Molly(05:44 - 07:21) What is the Virtual Assistant Academy?(07:22 - 08:41) Starting the academy (08:42 - 11:26) Getting work as a virtual assistant (11:27 - 17:32) General information (17:33 - 20:42) Figure it out attitude (20:43 - 25:22) Advice for starting ou
12/05/202330 minutes 5 seconds
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Ep. 26 | Pt. 2: Medal of Honor Museum

This is part 2 of our conversation with an incredibly accomplished SEAL and astronaut, Chris Cassidy. Be sure to listen to part 1 if you haven&#39;t already! In this episode, Chris talks more about his time as a SEAL and his time in NASA. He also talks about how he became the precedent of the Medal Of Honor Museum, and how the Museum came to be. This is another great episode of Lead On that you won&#39;t want to miss! Check out the Medal of Honor Museum at: https://mohmuseum.org/Learn more about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation by visiting: https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/Time stamps: (00:00 - 00:13) Opening (00:14 - 01:50) Preventing burnout (01:51 - 05:30) SEAL deployment vs NASA deployment(05:31 - 09:25) Becoming Medal of Honor Museum President (09:26 - 12:48) How the Museum came to be</sp
28/04/202318 minutes 4 seconds
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Ep. 26 | Pt. 1: Active Duty SEAL to Astronaut

In this episode, we are joined by the legendary Navy SEAL and Astronaut Chris Cassidy. This is part 1 of the same episode, be sure to check out part 2 as well! Chris talks about how he joined the SEALs right out of high school and explains his ‘why’ when it comes to pushing through when times get tough. Chris also talks about how he ended up at NASA and shares his extraordinary experience out in space and in the program. This episode is full of determination, courage, and the many types of it, and leadership, which all tie his experiences together. You won&#39;t want to miss this episode! Time stamps: (00:00 - 01:06) Opening (01:06 - 03:56) The worst leadership advice (03:57 - 07:00) From Highschool to Navy SEALs(07:01 - 10:09) Learning leadership in BUD/S(10:10 - 12:45) What&#39;s your why?(12:46 - 18:17) Finding your coura
14/04/202326 minutes 53 seconds
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Special Episode: Women in Leadership

In this special episode of Lead On, we highlight what it is to be a woman serving. We dive into how motherhood affects your role and responsibilities in the military and explore the obstacles and issues women face in a field predominantly led by men. We cover essential conversations such as breaking boundaries and archetypes of leadership and how being vulnerable and having good communication are key.You won&#39;t want to miss the informative yet entertaining conversation between the guests and David! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. Guests Highlighted: Serrita Nicholson, Sheena Parker, Laura Mckenna, Rosa Wilson, Rachel Oswolt, Jamie Dean, Diane McQueen GipsonTimestamps(00:00 - 01:44) Introduction to all Guest(01:45 - 02:28) The Atmosphere in the Military(02:29 - 03:45) Finding Your Sense of Purpose
24/03/202313 minutes 43 seconds
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Mental Health in the Military

Today, we are joined by Rachel Oswalt, a retired navy member. In this episode, she opens up about mental health in the military and how she is helping those struggling through her podcast. She also shares ways to create a safe space and what we can do to help anyone in our lives who is struggling. You won’t want to miss this meaningful conversation!Episodes from Rachel’s podcast “Your Story Doesn&#39;t End Here” Can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6avlXbOSNRc To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. To check out Rachel&#39;s Podcast, please use the links belowWebsite: <a href="http://www.ysdeh.com" rel="n
24/02/202332 minutes 32 seconds
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Embracing Growth For Leaders Around You

Today, we are joined by the City Councilman of San Marcos, California, Ed Musgrove. In this episode, Musgrove shares his experiences of leadership growth, and how he looks for opportunities to create positive learning environments in different areas of his career. Listen in as they dive into how important it is to maintain a positive outlook when working with others, and the struggles Musgroves has encountered in his own leadership path. You won&#39;t want to miss the informative yet entertaining conversation between these two men!To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://rebrand.ly/EnlistedLeadershipFoundation Time Stamps &amp; Show Notes:(00:00 - 01:15) Introduction(01:06 - 04:50) Receiving Bad Leadership Advice(04:51 - 12:54) Creating An Environment that Encourages Leadership(12:55 - 16:53) Following The Path Of Life(16:54 - 20:20) Finding Positivity<
03/02/202332 minutes 44 seconds
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Mentoring in the Military Community

Today, we are joined by Navy Veteran David Carter who is now the Director of Education for the Veterans Lending Group. In this episode Carter shares his experiences with mentors and the importance of using their guidance. Listen in as they dive into how mentors have shaped their transition experience and how they now have the ability to educate active duty members on the resources available to them following military service. You won&#39;t want to miss the informative yet entertaining conversion between these two veterans to gain some wisdom on leadership and mentoring!To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. Time Stamps:(00:00 - 04:31) Introduction(04:31 - 08:40) David’s Navy Background and Current Role(08:40 - 10:25) Post Service Transition and Benefits<span
16/12/202235 minutes 19 seconds
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Embracing Individuality in Leadership Part 2

Today, we are joined again by army veteran Laura McKenna. In our second episode with McKenna, she shares more about the concept of “and, as well as more about her Strength&amp;Shield Conditioning program. She dives into the subconscious beliefs that we have about ourselves, and how to overcome those thoughts. You won’t want to miss this interesting discussion!To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. Time Stamps &amp; Show Notes:(00:00 - 01:40) Introduction(01:41 - 03:00) The Concept of “And”(03:01 - 06:40) Strength and Shield Conditioning(06:41 - 11:52) Finding Your Niche(11:53 - 15:07) Subconscious Beliefs<s
02/12/202229 minutes 20 seconds
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Embracing Individuality in Leadership

Today, we are joined by army veteran Laura McKenna. She shares what it looks like to be yourself in leadership, and how to embrace your individuality when in a position of authority. She also shares some of the struggles associated with being a mom while also on active duty. Her humility and focus on growth shows significant insight to what it means to be a strong leader. You won’t want to miss this interesting discussion!To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. Time Stamps &amp; Show Notes:(00:00 - 01:01) Introduction(01:02 - 02:00) Worst Piece of Advice(02:01 - 06:44) Being Yourself as a Leader(06:45 - 10:14) The Focus of Leadership<
18/11/202224 minutes 23 seconds
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Growth and Application of Skills Formed in the Navy

Welcome back for another episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined by Nathan Bricker. Bricker shares with us some of his experiences both in the navy, and after his transition into civilian service. He also describes some of the bad advice he has received, what he misses from his time in active service, and where he hopes to be in 25 years. You won’t want to miss this interesting discussion. To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/elf-podcast/0#.
04/11/202226 minutes 55 seconds
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From Military Reserve to Business Owner

Guest: Sheena Parker, CEO of 4SYT IndustriesEpisode Description: Welcome back for another episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined by Sheena Parker. Sheena joins us today and shares her experiences of her time in the army. She delights us on how she faced certain leadership dilemmas and how she served her time as a reserve. Sheena goes on to share her journey as an entrepreneur and the integral parts of Government Contracting. She shares with us what pushed her to want to build her own business and the interest in this particular industry. Please be sure to like, comment, subscribe, and check out our previous episodes! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. Learn more about 4SYT Industries and
25/10/202224 minutes 6 seconds
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Paratrooper’s Guide to Life

Guest: John McGlothlin, lawyer, author of How to Deal with Damn Near AnythingEpisode Description: Welcome back for another episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined by John McGlothlin. John had a fascinating military career with a fascinating background. From becoming a lawyer to wearing many hats in the military, learning Arabic, and defending his country as his motivators, John has broad experience. John even wrote a book called </spa
25/10/202228 minutes 49 seconds
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What Kind of Leader Do You Want To Be?

Welcome back for another episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined by Jamie Dean. Jamie shares with us her journey on how she took part in being the first woman in the Auxiliary Security Force. She lets us in on the struggles she had as a young woman in this industry. Jamie emphasizes on putting the correct leadership example for others as she also learned from leaders she encountered throughout her career. Please be sure to like, comment, subscribe, and check out our previous episodes! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/.
23/09/202223 minutes 4 seconds
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The Right time, place and people or just luck?

Welcome back for another episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined by Dan Conley. Dan has an interesting career that took many turns and changes and still thrived. Conley served for thirty four years in the military taking many positions throughout to name a few such as Lieutenant, and Commanding General of the Marine Corps. Conley shares some stories through his military experience and how luck came into place. Conley gives insight into what makes a great leader and what sets them apart.  Please be sure to like, comment, subscribe, and check out our previous episodes! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/.
09/09/202225 minutes 4 seconds
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Forging New Paths with Matthew Rother

Welcome back for another episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined by Air Force Veteran and Vice President of Sales and Operations at Oakmont Group, Matthew Rother. Join us as we discuss Matthew’s unique experience as the first in his career field, as well as his take on transitioning into civilian life. If you enjoyed this episode, please be sure to like, comment, subscribe, and check out our previous episodes! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at  https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/.
09/09/202222 minutes 41 seconds
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Embodying Humility in Leadership with Jack Gouge

Guest: Jack Gouge - Air Force special operations Veteran, Technical Program Manager at AmazonEpisode Description: Welcome back for another episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined by Air Force Veteran and Technical Program Manager at Amazon, Jack Gouge. Join us as he speaks about hard lessons he has had to learn that have led to great humility in his leadership style. If you enjoyed this episode, please be sure to like, comment, subscribe, and check out our previous episodes! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at  https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. 
02/08/202227 minutes 39 seconds
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Leading with Openness- Focusing on People First

Guest: John Stone - Active Duty Navy Chief Petty OfficerEpisode Description: Welcome back for another episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined by Navy Chief Petty Officer and author of Finding Good, Johnny Stone. Join us as he speaks about finding the good in all experiences and applying this to his leadership style. If you enjoyed this episode, please be sure to like, comment, subscribe, and check out our previous episodes! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at  https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. 
19/07/202229 minutes 46 seconds
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Communication, Leadership, & Vision w/ Ed Harrington

Guest: Ed Harrington - Retired Navy CaptainEpisode Description: It’s time for another episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined by retired Navy Captain, Ed Harrington. Ed speaks on the importance of communication, giving back to the service community, and much more. If you enjoyed this episode, please be sure to like, comment, subscribe, and check out our previous episodes! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at  https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. 
05/07/202225 minutes 55 seconds
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Striking While The Iron Is Hot & Leaving Nothing On The Table

Guest: Ken Ballard- Retired Command Master ChiefEpisode Description: Welcome to another episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined with Ken Ballard, retired Command Master Chief, as he shares the value of connection, self-awareness, and trust as a leader, his greatest failure as a leader, and much more. If you enjoyed this episode, please be sure to like, comment, subscribe, and check out our previous episodes! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at  https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. 
21/06/202232 minutes 23 seconds
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Leadership Coming Together In A Time of Tragedy

Welcome to the tenth episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today, we are joined by Veteran and Business- Owner, Joseph Grgetich, as he shares impactful stories of his time in the military, how he fine-tuned his leadership skills, and he reminds us that no one is perfect. If you enjoyed this episode, please be sure to like, comment, and subscribe for new episodes and check out our previous episodes for even more powerful leadership stories! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. 
07/06/202229 minutes 52 seconds
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True Leadership: Self-Awareness and Developing Others

Welcome to a new installment of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined by Ray Fitzpatrick, Chief Master Sergeant, as he opens up about his path to the military, self-awareness, and seeing past the first effects of decision-making. If you enjoyed this episode, please be sure to like, comment, and subscribe! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. 
24/05/202223 minutes 1 second
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Criticism and Creating Opportunities With Clover Patch Cafe

Guest: Angela Wesley- Navy VeteranEpisode Description: Welcome to another installment of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today we are joined by Navy Veteran, Angela Wesley, as she shares her lessons from bad leaders and her passion for servitude through her time in the military, her family, and Clover Patch Cafe. If you enjoyed this episode, please be sure to like, comment, subscribe, and catch up on our previous episodes! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. Time Stamps &amp; Show Notes:(0:00 - 1:17) Intro (1:18 - 4:32) Wax The Deck(4:33 - 6:37) First Duty Station - ABH(6:38 - 8:37) Why Angela Joined The Militar
10/05/202225 minutes 32 seconds
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The Critical Component of Leadership: Security

Welcome to the seventh episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today, we are joined by Travis Winfield, a member of the Board of Directors of E.L.F, as he shares his full transparency to talk about financial readiness after retirement, paying yourself first, and how he gives back to others. If you enjoyed this episode, please be sure to comment, like, and subscribe for new releases! Check out our other episodes for more leadership stories! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit us at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/.
26/04/202221 minutes 38 seconds
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Serving With Faith, Humility, and Strength

Welcome to the sixth episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today, we are joined by Rosa Wilson, Command Master Chief, as she takes us through her journey to the Navy, her tenacity for serving others, and how her experiences have shaped her humility. If you enjoyed this episode, please be sure to comment, like, and subscribe for new episodes! Check out our previous episodes for more amazing leadership stories. To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit our website at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. 
12/04/202220 minutes 47 seconds
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Controlling The Strength of The Hammer

Guest: Diane McQueen Gipson- Co-Founder of The Enlisted Leadership FoundationEpisode Description: Welcome to the third installment of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today, we are joined by Diane McQueen Gipson, Co-Founder of The Enlisted Leadership Foundation, as she shares her journey to join the Navy, the positive impacts from the Navy, how she connects with others, and much more. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to like, comment, and subscribe to stay up to date on new releases! To find out more information about The Enlisted Leadership Foundation, visit https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. 
01/03/202219 minutes 14 seconds
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How To Share Your Struggles As A Leader

Guest: Jim RitchEpisode Description: Welcome to the second episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today, we are joined by Jim Ritch, Vice President of Enlisted Leadership Foundation as Jim discusses his experience on the path of sobriety, sharing his struggles with others, and how we can all strive to do better. If you enjoyed this episode, please like, comment, and subscribe so you can stay up to date with new episodes! To find out more information about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation, please visit https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/.  
19/02/202222 minutes 10 seconds
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Capturing the Invisible Middle & Cultivating Great Leaders w John Crewdson

Guest: John CrewdsonEpisode Description: Welcome to the first episode of Lead On: Lessons from Military Leaders! Today, David is joined with John Crewdson, a retired Navy Command Master Chief, to discuss his thirty year long career, navy culture, addressing the invisible middle, and much more. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to like, comment, and subscribe to stay up to date on our new episodes! Learn more about the Enlisted Leadership Foundation at https://www.enlistedleadershipfoundation.org/. Time Stamps &amp; Show Notes:(0:00 - 1:04) Intro (1:05 - 2:13) Best Leadership Advice(2:14 - 8:06) John’s Thirty Year Career/ Navy Culture(8:07 - 10:57) The Invisible Middle(10:58 - 13:43) “Periscope”</
02/02/202218 minutes 46 seconds