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Articles: Leadership
1Leadership: Blame
It usually does no good to go witch-hunting when things go wrong. Adult people take responsibility for their actions, and a mature adult ‘fesses up when they mess things up. Blame only creates hard feelings, anger and words that create a tense environment.
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2Leadership: By Fear
Maybe not the most popular method, but using fear to lead a group can be very effective...or disastrous
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3Leadership: Decisions
There is one bad decision. Read this short article to know what to avoid.
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4Leadership: Focus
Keeping the group busy is the best way to keep focus on the problem. If you are busy you don't have time to grieve or worry. Here are more thoughts on leading a focused survival group.
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5Leadership: Introduction
Every survival group should have a designated leader who is the final decision maker. That does NOT mean a dictator. Here are some leadership qualities to consider.
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6Leadership: Multi-Family Groups
A brief exploration of the dynamics of a survival group composed of two or more families or other sub-groups.
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7Leadership: Natural Born Leaders
Maybe there really isn't such a person, but here are some clues to help you spot the one in your group.
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8Leadership: Organizational Structure
As a beginning step, consider these areas that will need to be addressed by any survivalist group.
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9Leadership: Praise and Punishment
The rules are clear on praise and punishment. Here is the basic rule to live by.
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10Leadership: Removing Someone
As the leader of a survival group, it will fall on you to make the tough decisions. One of the hardest might be determining when it is necessary to part company with someone in the group.
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11Leadership: Survival Concepts for Leaders
If your people are safe, happy and alive, they will be sure to show their gratitude by keeping you safe, happy and alive. Here is my list of survival skills for leaders.
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12RogueTurtle Speaks Out
The following article was written by RogueTurtle because it’s about time someone did. I have studiously avoided any article that could be considered “political” or controversial. I was concerned that if it didn’t relate directly to survival, people would think of my web site as just another "radical" right-wing site.

The straw that broke the turtle’s back was the latest arrests in England of the 24 terrorists intent to blow up airliners en-route to the USA.
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