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Preparation Breeds Professionalism: A Consolidated Guide to Army Leadership

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Preparation Breeds Professionalism is a consolidated guide to leadership in the United States Army. Leveraging over 50 years of military experience from a trio of First Sergeants, Preparation Breeds Professionalism delivers a short and concise breakdown of the leadership attributes, competencies, and values of the United States Army, and serves as a must-listen for the professional soldier and aspiring leader.

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  • Michael Scheck
  • 12-12-19

Valuable content

This book contains valuable information that helps individuals understand what preparation needs to be done in advance of success.

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  • Alyssa Andre
  • 17-06-19

Excellent guide to Army leadership principles, values, and philosophy

1SG Dejesus spells out the recipe for success as an NCO while seamlessly weaving resilience training skills and competencies with leadership doctrine and Army values.
This book is a necessary read for young (new) Sergeants and Staff Sergeants, and Specialists looking to attain the rank of Sergeant who want to have a clear path of what right looks like.