The Program: Lessons From Elite Military Units for Creating and Sustaining High Performance Leaders and Teams

  • 8h 5s
  • Eric Kapitulik, Jake MacDonald
  • Gildan Media
  • 2019

The Program: Lessons from Elite Military Units for Creating and Sustaining High-Performance Leaders and Teams offers a hands-on guide to the winning techniques and tactics of The Program, the acclaimed team-building and leadership development company. Drawing on the actual experiences of The Program's instructors from their personal combat stories to working with world-class athletic teams and successful corporations, the audiobook clearly shows how The Program's training operations can help to achieve life goals and ambitions.

The Program offers a road map that contains illustrative examples, ideas, and approaches for improving teammates and leaders at all levels within an organization of any size or type.

In this Audiobook

  • 1 - The Fundamentals of a Championship Culture
  • 2 - Determining “Best”
  • 3 - Defining “Best”
  • 4 - Core Means Core!
  • 5 - Recruiting and Hiring “Best”
  • 6 - Talent Still Matters
  • 7 - Determining Goals
  • 8 - When Your Face a Hairpin Turn in the Road
  • 9 - Determining Standards
  • 10 - A Commitment to Goals and Standards
  • 11 - Hold “Best” Accountable
  • 12 - A Special Operations Teammate
  • 13 - Meet the Standards: Be a Thumb Teammate
  • 14 - Do Your Job! Agreed, Kinda…
  • 15 - Winning Still Matters
  • 16 - Great Teammates Hold One Another Accountable
  • 17 - We Have Seen the Enemy
  • 18 - The Price of Not Holding Teammates Accountable
  • 19 - The Benefit of Team Accountability
  • 20 - Nice and Kind
  • 21 - How to Be Kind
  • 22 - Wash Your Hands! Developing a Culture of Accountability
  • 23 - Do Not “Lead by Example”
  • 24 - Consistency Builds Trust
  • 25 - Friend or Teammate?
  • 26 - Wild-Goose Chase
  • 27 - What is and isn't Leadership, and Who are and aren't Leaders?
  • 28 - The Mission
  • 29 - The First Standard of a Leader: Accomplish the Mission
  • 30 - Leaders Ask “How?”
  • 31 - The Little Things Take Care of the Big Things
  • 32 - The Second Standard of a Leader: Take Care of Your Teammates
  • 33 - Mission First, People Always
  • 34 - Controlled and Uncontrolled Environments
  • 35 - Developing Leaders
  • 36 - The Power of Delegation
  • 37 - Leadership is a Contact Sport
  • 38 - The Roles of a Leader
  • 39 - Mount Everest: Facing the Challenge
  • 40 - The Case for Physical Fitness
  • 41 - Defining Toughness
  • 42 - A Light Switch, Not a Dial
  • 43 - Toughness: A Learned Trait
  • 44 - Developing Physical Toughness
  • 45 - What is Mental Toughness, and When Do We Need It?
  • 46 - Don't Rise to the Occasion
  • 47 - Be Passionate, Not Emotional
  • 48 - Choose a Positive Attitude
  • 49 - Inoculate Against Stress
  • 50 - Go or No Go?
  • 51 - Go!
  • 52 - The Death Zone
  • 53 - The Summit, but Not Mission Accomplishment
  • 54 - Mission Accomplished
  • 55 - No Excuses
  • 56 - A Life-Changing Explosion
  • 57 - I Don't Have Enough Time
  • 58 - Make Preparations, Not Excuses
  • 59 - Being Motivated is Not Enough
  • 60 - We Don't Get What We Deserve—We Get What We Earn!
  • 61 - Don't Let Anyone Make Excuses for You
  • 62 - A Female Marine in Helmand Province, Afganistan
  • 63 - We Work Hard
  • 64 - One More™ in a Combat Environment
  • 65 - Long-Term Greedy
  • 66 - Focus on Strengths, Address Weaknesses
  • 67 - Determining Our “Why”
  • 68 - The FET is a Target
  • 69 - Alone on the Beach
  • 70 - Using CLAPP to Communicte Effectively
  • 71 - Listening to Understand
  • 72 - Battelfield Communication
  • 73 - Three Important Questions
  • 74 - Tell Your Teammates What You Want Them to Do!
  • 75 - Using a Back Brief
  • 76 - Closed-Loop Communication
  • 77 - Ignoring the Noise
  • 78 - Putting the Communication Techniques Together
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