Threat Informed Defense Approach to your Career!
Earlier this week, I shared a Threat Informed Defense article on Medium based on the practice of using threat intelligence from the environment to adapt and respond to specific threats (link). In this newsletter I’ll share some ways for us to adapt our leadership using a similar model.
As you work to develop your leadership, using a threat-informed approach to your career will allow you to adapt and adjust to the changing threat/career environment. Understanding the business mission and critical assets in the threat-informed defense approach, understand your mission and purpose. Understanding the mission will enable you to adapt your career to changes in the requirements of the business environment.
Understanding your mission and purpose will allow finding companies and roles that align or will enable you to purpose that path, vs. going down the road with a company that goes against the things you believe in just for the money.
As the business environment changes or grows in your career, you might need to adjust your mission and purpose, which is perfectly acceptable. Recognizing and adapting to the changes is critical, as going against what drives you would likely lead to burnout. As a leader, you set an example for your followers and future leaders. The output of a great leader is the number of leaders they develop and the leaders who continue to get created from them.
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