A-type personalities are driven. They push themselves to the limit, are driven to come out on top, and expect no less from everyone around them. The businessdirectory.com site describes them this way: "A-type personalities have a temperament characterized by excessive ambition, aggression, competitiveness, drive, impatience, need for control, focus on quantity over quality and unrealistic sense of urgency."
Regardless of whether you are in the military or civilian, leading A-Type personalities can be challenging. As a leader, what should you know in order to be successful when leading A-Type personalities? Find out how to be a successful leader of A-type personalities by listening to this episode.
Robert is a retired US Army Armor and Recruiter/Retention MSG turned Fortune 50 executive; Mike Pritts is a retired US Army special forces CSM and a Pat Tillman Scholar who now teaches high school history and football; Mike Rutledge is a former US Navy SEAL and US Army 160th SOAR chinook pilot who recently retired from active duty.
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