Compassion: An Invaluable Leadership Attribute – General Leadership

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On August 9, 1945, the United States dropped its second atomic bomb on Nagasaki, Japan, killing 70,000 people and injuring hundreds of thousands more. One of those severely injured in the blast was Dr. Takashi Nagai, a radiologist at the Nagasaki University hospital. Thrown to the ground while filing x-rays in his office, which was located only 700 yards from the blast’s epicenter, Nagai suffered lacerations all over his body due to flying glass and debris. His wife, Midori, was not as fortunate. Dr. Nagai found her carbonized remains among the debris of their now vaporized home.

Matthew Fritz‘s insight:

Servant Leadership through genuine care and compassion–for your Teammates and your Customers–translates directly to the bottom line. Earn value through seeking opportunities to touch lives, as much as you impact them.

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Matthew Fritz is a leader and mentor in the field of complex organizational change, emotional intelligence, and organization strategy. A successful DoD senior-acquisition program manager and test leader, Matt has earned documented success in the areas of test and evaluation, assessment, technology development and flight operations. He has specialized experience in cost, schedule and performance management and is an active duty Field-Grade Officer with command-experience in the United States Air Force. Matt is also a certified acquisition professional, as well as a certified Emotional Intelligence Trainer/Practitioner. He is the Author of an instructional book entitled, “Leveraging Your LinkedIn Profile for Success” and actively blogs with other military leaders at GeneralLeadership.com, as well as his personal blog at AdvancedVectors.com. He and his wife, Stacy, enjoy life with their daughter and son in New Mexico.

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