Casey Mork's Leadership Experience

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Authorizations always got in the way of making timely changes to the regulations and procedures in my battalion in the Marine Corps. The changes would usually need to get approved up the chain of command before reaching the commanding officer to give the ultimate okay. I usually would run my ideas past the individuals who needed to sign off on my proposal before creating sending it up. Giving them a heads up and keeping them in the loop, usually got my proposal approved faster. This concept ties into your second paragraph on Casey Mork’s leadership experience. I do not think it is always possible for middle managers to set clear goals and to be transparent when the upper leadership is slacking, however you seem to be proactive person. I am

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