Leaders should understand the difference between leadership and management so they don't get caught up doing what they're In the military, people do things because they're ordered to -- they can't refuse or negotiate.
Yet you've said that human nature and behavior affects the accomplishment of missions.
“That is one of the things we’ve asked agencies to look at,” Mulvaney said.
“How do you restructure your personnel policies in order to point out people who are doing a great job, and figure out a way to get folks who are not delivering …
to get them on board with whatever policy you’re trying to achieve?
To some degree, the downside of change is inevitable.
Whenever human communities are forced to adjust to shifting conditions, pain is ever present.