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                 “When you improve a little each day, eventually big things occur. When you improve conditioning a little each day, eventually you have a big improvement in conditioning. Not tomorrow, not the next day, but eventually a big gain is made. Don’t look for the big, quick improvement. Seek the small improvement one day at a time. That’s the only way it happens – and when it happens, it lasts.”
Command Climate
Commanders create their organization’s tone – the characteristic atmosphere in which people work.
The goal of every commander is to develop and sustain a positive command climate. A positive command climate facilitates team building, mutual trust and a shared understanding between everyone in the organization. A multitude of factors influence Fort Jackson’s environment. Two main components are the command climate (the mood of the organization) and our culture, which I will describe in depth later in this article. The climate can change almost overnight, whereas the culture is a more complex endeavor that takes time to change.
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