The Army Ranger handbook explains the duties, responsibilities and actions of an effective leader. The leader is in charge of helping other see the light at the end of the tunnel and keeping them forward motion towards that light. To let even one person turn back would default their contribution to the title of a leader. A leader has 3 common steps. They are receive the mission, issue a warning order, and make a tentative plan (Ranger Handbook). When a mission arises the elected leader will receive the mission as to what needs to be accomplished by that group. It’s up to the leader to use strategic time management for planning and rehearsing what needs to be done with his/her group. With this bring us to step 2 of the 3 common steps: issue a warning...
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...nates but still take leadership by making the decisions. These two categories both have benefits and drawbacks. A great leader must incorporate the two together and find which percentage of each extreme work best with their groups.
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