Principles & Traits of Marine Corps Leadership | Judgment

The traits and principles of leadership are the basic fundamentals that Marines use to develop their own leadership abilities and that of their subordinates.  There are 14 leadership traits and 11 leadership principles listed in this lesson. Judgment- Fair apportionment of tasks by a squad leader during field day. Definition- The ability to weigh facts and possible courses of action in order to make sound decisions. Significance- Sound judgment allows a leader to make appropriate decisions in the guidance and training of his/her Marines and the employment of his/her unit.  A Marine who exercises good judgment weighs pros and cons accordingly when making appropriate decisions. Example- A Marine properly apportions his/her liberty time in order to relax as well as to study. Get all of these for free on pdf here Please go to where you can get show notes, resources, and links to everything we talked about today to help you navigate your journey as an entrepreneur and business owner in ABQ. Follow me on Instagram at @abqjasonrigby  or Twitter at @abqjasonrigby also sign up for our email list where I drop business & marketing secrets to help your ABQ Business!