Nathan Neblett served for 24 years as an officer of the United States Marine Corps, during which time he observed leaders as they oversaw units comprising between 2 and 25,000 people across the four military branches and the United States Coast Guard. He was assigned as a liaison and advisor to foreign militaries in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe, and worked with military personnel from Central and South America. Additionally, he served at a US Embassy, working alongside the US Department of State.
Nathan has been a pilot, instructor pilot, test pilot, teacher, soccer coach, foreign area officer, and a father. He has lead flight crews, project teams, classrooms, soccer teams, detachments, offices, and his family (along with his wife, who has done the lioness’s share of the work).
Nathan’s education includes a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the US Naval Academy, an MS in Aviation Systems from the University of Tennessee, an MA in Government and International Relations from Regent University, and an MBA at the École des Hautes Études Commerciales (EDHEC) in Nice, France where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. He has also completed various military education programs.
It is his failures, as much as his successes, that created his desire to share what he has learned. He hopes to help others succeed as leaders in their careers and lives.
You are a leader. If you want to be a better leader, read on.