- Jocko Willink: Silver Star for his leadership as commander of Task Unit Bruiser
- Brazilian jiu-jitsu, gi and no-gi jiu-jitsu
- Strategic vision, tactical expertise
Lieutenant Commander, J.G. “Jocko” Willink: As a Navy SEAL, “Jocko”, is able to offer unparalleled insight into leadership, team management…
The topics of critical decision-making, controlling a decentralized organization, clear communication, and bold, aggressive leadership correlate directly to anyone that is leading people in any environment.
Over his career, Willink served as enlisted and as an officer and has received numerous accolades and distinctions for his service.
A platoon commander during the war in Iraq, Willink received a Bronze Star with a combat “V” and for his leadership as a commander of Task Unit Bruiser he was awarded the Silver Star. (One of the highest military honors, for his service as a commander in Iraq.)
Jocko Willink, Retired Navy Seal Officer, on leadership that uses the lessons and skills learned during his military service to educate, train, mentor, and inspire leaders and organizations to achieve total victory.
Jocko Willink, offers unmatched solutions in leadership, strategy, innovation, management, team building, contingency planning, and crisis management developed and proven in the U.S. Navy SEAL.
After two decades of service as a Navy SEAL, John “Jocko” Willink knows a thing or two about leading people in trying situations.
Willink is able to offer unparalleled insight into leadership, team management.
Willink served as both enlisted and as an officer and has received numerous accolades and distinctions for his service.
Most notably, Willink led Task Unit Bruiser, SEAL Team THREE in some of the war in Iraq’s toughest, continuous urban combat as part of The Battle of Ramadi.
Under his leadership, Task Unit Bruiser played a crucial role in the
re-taking of the city of Ramadi and restoring stability to the once violent city. As a result, his task unit became the most highly decorated Special Operations Unit of the Iraq War.
Willink went on to serve as the Officer-in-Charge of Naval Special Warfare Group One Detachment, where he designed, developed and oversaw the training of all West Coast SEAL Teams. With his training, SEAL Platoons and Troops were prepared for harsh and violent combat scenarios.
Willink also led the charge for the doctrinalization of leadership curriculum within the SEALs and personally trained, instructed and mentored SEAL officers.
For his tour in Iraq as a platoon commander, Willink received the Bronze Star with Combat “V” and for his leadership of Task Unit Bruiser, he was awarded the Silver Star. Willink has also received a number of awards recognizing personal and unit achievements during his career.
Willink uses the lessons and skills learned, during his military service to educate, train, mentor, and inspire leaders and organizations to achieve total victory.
Willink offers unmatched solutions in leadership, strategy, innovation, management, team building, contingency planning and crisis management developed and proven in the U.S. Navy SEAL Teams.
A fan of mixed martial arts, Willink has earned a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, has competed in Submission Grappling on the national level, and has trained dozens of professional fighters.
He has also coached and cornered for a number of fighters in King of the Cage, Pride, and UFC events.