To learn how to develop the greatest teams, look to the US Navy SEALs, the Green Berets and similar legendary small-unit warrior squads. Author Alden Mills is a former SEALs team leader and former high school and college rower – a sport that requires crew members to row “perfectly in unison.” Here, he examines all aspects of small-unit teams, including how to recruit the best candidates and how to foster and lead your team.
About the Author
Three-time US Navy SEAL platoon commander Alden Mills was the CEO of Perfect Fitness. He holds more than 40 patents and has more than 25 years of experience working with high-performing teams.
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