The notes were outstanding and closed with General Lynch's 3 C's of Leadership.
1. Must make contact with the group. Make sure you have personal contact.
2. Must ask intrusive questions
3. Must be a mentor. Successful traits of mentors:
"People don't care how much you know
until they know how much you truly care."
1. No first person pronouns. No "I" -- always use "our" and "we"
1. People must be convinced you care. Be committed to their health and well-being.
2. Build trust through meeting and not just in the work place.
3. Lead by example. Don't be a drain. If you are negative, people around you will be negative. Don't be what you don't want others to be.
4. Set your priorities: God-Family-Work
5. Live your "dash." On your tombstone 1965 - ?? Live your dash and touch lives.