65 mins watch time
Posted March 2021
Psychology, Professional Development
During his twenty years as a Navy officer and SEAL, Rich Diviney was intimately involved in specialized SEAL selection, whittling hundreds of extraordinary candidates down to a handful of elite performers. But Diviney was often surprised by who succeeded. Those with the right skills sometimes failed, while others he had initially dismissed became top performers. But why? Through years of observation, Diviney cracked the code: beneath obvious skills are a successful recruit’s core attributes, the innate traits for a person’s performance as an individual and in a team.