Great Discussion! The points I would like to bring up is...
After 20 years in the Army, I find the differences between motivating soldiers and motivating civilians very interesting. The same with leadership traits and abilities.
In the military - it is a life and death situation while out in the real(?) world - it is constant PC and threats of Legal Action.
To find a business manger with the ability to juggle military motivation with the insane PC style of the civilian community would be awesome. I would love to work in an organization like that.
Even better yet is companies that avoid PC effectively.
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