What recommendations would a Navy Seal give the Trump Administration on building military teams? How do events like three American soldiers being killed by Taliban insiders impact military operations and confidence? When a Commander in Chief is doing something members of the military view as untoward or unethical, how do military leaders rally the team around setting things right? Chris Fussell, a Former US Navy SEAL, Partner at the McChrystal Group Leadership Institute and author of “One Mission: How Leaders Build Teams of Teams,” joins Dan and Amy to discuss.
Six years ago, US Navy Seal Robert O'Neill fired the shots that killed the mastermind behind the 9-11 terrorist attacks. Why did he decide to break the silence around his mission? What was the night of the raid like? What was going through his mind in the moments before he fired the shots that killed bin Laden? Have there been threats on his life since the night of the raid? What kind of research, planning and training went into the mission? O'Neill, author of the new book “The Operator: Firing the Shots that Killed Osama bin Laden and My Years as a SEAL Team Warrior” recounts his incredible story with Dan and Amy.