One of the rules of thumb we follow at OPS is a principle called Extreme Ownership. This is a term that was first coined by Jocko Wilink and Leif Babin in their titular book, Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win.  

Leadership is one of the most important functions of a successful and scalable organization. In this video I talk about using leadership to effectively create support, cohesion and accountability with yourself and within your organization.  

Take Stock of Your Leadership Within your Dental Practice:  

  1. What type of leader do you want to be?  
  1. What type of support are you willing to give to your leadership team?  
  1. What types of accountability are you willing to implement for both you and your team?  

What can I do to improve the leadership on my team? 

As the leader of your organization, are you willing to take extreme ownership of all that happens within your organization? That’s a tall order. If you would like a clearer picture of what extreme ownership looks like; if you would like to improve your leadership skills and style, take our free assessment.

Are you ready to work with OPS?