November 19, 2020

Episode #004: Two is One, One is None: The Value of Redundancy in High-Performing Teams

Join our Talent War Group discussion with Dan Bradley, Air Force TACP to discuss the value of redundancy in building teams.

This discussion’s guest will be Chad Hennings, Partner/Principal at Rubicon Representation and former US Air Force Fighter Pilot.

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Ryan Crayne
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CPT Ryan Crayne is an active-duty Infantry Officer and has served for the past eight years in positions from Platoon Leader to Company Commander including two deployments to Afghanistan with the 75th Ranger Regiment. He is currently attending the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business to obtain his Masters of Business Administration. Following graduation, Ryan will serve at the United States Military Academy at West Point as an Ethics instructor.

Lisa Jaster
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Lisa Jaster graduated from the West Point Academy with a BS in Civil Engineering and was commissioned as an active duty engineer officer. During 2003, Lisa deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom as a company executive officer, later serving as the battalion operations construction officer. She attended the Army Engineer Officer Advanced Course at Fort Leonard Wood, MO, and earned her MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla in 2004. After leaving the Active Army, Lisa was employed by Shell Oil Company for 12 years. From April to October 2015, she took a six-month leave of absence and attended Army Ranger School, being one of three females that graduated from the first integrated Ranger School course. Lisa is married to a fellow reserve officer and has two children. She lives an active lifestyle competing in anything from ultra trail runs to CrossFit competitions. She loves martial arts training, specifically Jiu-Jitsu, and is always looking for the next challenge to tackle.

Dan Bradley
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After graduating from the Air Force Academy, Dan served for over five years as an officer in the elite Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) community. He served both as a Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) and as a Task Force Advisor on a 2018 deployment in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. His expertise in selecting, developing, and leading effective small teams stems from his experiences as an Air Force Special Warfare Officer, both in training and in combat.
Dan partnered with the Talent War Group (formerly EF Overwatch) in 2019 and now works as the Director of Sales for Kahn Mechanical Contractors in Dallas, Texas. Dan holds a Master of Arts degree in Strategic Leadership from Saint Bonaventure University. He is passionate about mental health advocacy for the veteran community.

Joe McNamara
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Joe is a combat-decorated U.S. Marine Corps infantry officer and the founder of Impact, a premier leadership consulting and team building company. Joe spent eight years in the Marine Corps leading elite teams during multiple combat deployments in Afghanistan. Joe returned from combat and was selected to lead Marine Corps drill instructors at the notorious Marine Corps boot camp at Parris Island. Upon his departure from active duty, Joe founded Impact, a leadership development consultancy that deploys battle-proven leadership solutions forged in combat and proven in business. Joe has partnered with athletes, coaches, and corporate teams around the nation - helping cultivate a championship culture and forge high-performing teams.

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