As we come back to my temporary role as the Leadership blog writer, we will be returning once again to a military analogy as the basis for my thoughts, as the military forms the vast majority of my leadership experience. Yet I assure you this will only be the illustration, and military experience will (hopefully) not be a prerequisite for benefitting from my thoughts.
With that preamble, the concept I want to discuss is related to the skill of tracking, which was something I always found fun during training, and was generally fairly good at it. As you may have guessed, tracking was the process of looking for sign that people had been through an area, gathering information about those people, and ultimately following the sign to their location. The sign