The only leadership training in Europe based on retired US Navy SEALs Jocko Willink’s and Leif Babin’s mindset of extreme ownership.
Echelon Front and Combat Ready instructors at an FTX training event From left: Leif Babin, Remo Ojaste, Jocko Willink, JP Dinnell, Martin Jõesaar, Cody Gandy & Carlos Mendez
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Our courses lay the foundations for the development of a culture of taking ownership in your organisation. The aim is to arrive at a situation where everyone is responsible for their own performance and focuses on solutions rather than playing the blame game or looking for excuses. The result is trust, which gives an enormous boost to team efficiency and productivity. Our experience in the military and civilian sectors has confirmed that if properly implemented, this mindset can be enormously useful to leaders, team members and individuals alike, whether on the battlefield, in business or in your day-to-day life.
LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES FOUNDATION COURSE
This theoretical training is based on the leadership framework established by special forces.
VISION, MISSION & VALUES
Where are we heading with the business and how? Do all team members have the same vision?
Hands-on training involving solving a problem, planning a project or making an important decision for your business.
PRACTICAL LEADERSHIP TRAINING (FTX)
Practical leadership training, carried out by performing real missions and receiving immediate feedback.
HOW TO HUMAN
Practical communication training based on principles used in the field of Human Intelligence.
We go over what we’ve already learned and focus in more detail on a leadership-based challenge of your choice.
COMBAT READY HIKE
Combat Ready Hike is a hiking version of the “Leadership Principles from War” training.
AFTER COMPLETING OUR TRAINING COURSES...
Once they’ve completed one of our training courses, your team will have a better grasp of their leader’s intentions and the importance of broader goals. Every team member will also understand how important it is that they themselves take responsibility and that everyone, in their own way, is a leader.
By valuing team victories over individual victories, a culture of trust and mutual support takes root. Keeping things simple, assuming responsibility, and helping one another depend on more than just leaders alone. Everyone has a role to play, and the greater the number of people in an organization who get involved, the more effective the principles will be. Constant feedback and focusing on things we have the ability to change are both important. The goal is to find solutions, not to find someone to blame.
Our courses give you the chance to view leadership principles through the eyes of both the leader and team members. This experience helps to cement and understand the universal tenets of leadership with which you can overcome any obstacles that have seemed insurmountable up to that point.