D. Michael Abrashoff

May 2009
Sheriff;May2009, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p15
The article profiles Mike Abrashoff, a Navy Commander in the U.S. It highlights Abrashoffs' concept of GrassRoots leadership, and how he uses the principle in replacing command and control with commitment, cohesion, conviction as well as humility. It also relates how Abrashoff's experience and skills shaped to become a good leader and in handling the demanding role in the Navy.


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