Becoming better leaders is something all of us are striving to become. And, there's no better place to learn how to be an effective leader than the battlefield of Ramadi, Iraq during one of the most dangerous times during the Iraq War.
My guest today is Dave Berke, an instructor with Echelon Front and retired Marine Corps officer and fighter pilot. Today, we talk about taking those leadership lessons and applying them in civilian life, the importance of finding purposeful work, how to keep your children from going soft, delegating roles and responsibilities, and overcoming the obstacles of reality.
My guest today is Dave Berke.
He is a retired Marine Corps officer, fighter pilot, and ground combat leader. He spent three years as an instructor at TOPGUN and later went on to support task unit bruiser on the ground in Ramadi.
He's flown the F-16, F-18, F-22, and F-35 but gave that up to serve in multiple combat missions in some of the most dangerous cities in Iraq.
He's since gone on to become a leadership instructor with Echelon Front on the subject of leadership, decision making, risk mitigation, and creating winning teams.
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