After closely reviewing Simon Sinek video: “First why and then trust” it became clear and concise that they were a noticeable split taking place in the Marine Corps. This can be seen in the three supporting points: distrust, more technology, and human interaction.
Distrust The term distrust can easily be viewed as an abrasive term however this term fits the current situation the Marine Corps is having. For those who don’t know what the term distrust means: lack trust or confidence: a feeling that someone or something is not honest and cannot be trusted (Merriam-Webster 's, 2016). Countless amount of Marines seems to think that distrust comes from senior …show more content…
Marines need to interact to solve problems effectively. I have learned that avoiding interaction just causes more friction over time. As a leader, we have to remain engaged with our Marines because if we all ourselves to avoid one another, productivity, as well as job satisfaction, have a tendency to decrease.
At the point when setting in a leadership position you may see that restricted measure of interactions makes uncertain clash which prompts disturbances in the work process. If not watchful this can make sentiments of despondency, disappointment and discouragement bringing about poor work connections, forceful conduct and now and again savagery in the working environment. I was told by a respected mentor "that fruitful pioneers elevate powerful communication strategies to help other people to effectively resolve debate rapidly" (Smith,