About the Blog

The Command Performance Leadership blog is intended to discuss military and corporate leadership competencies, as well as principled values, virtues and wisdom, to guide military and business professionals to victory.  The ideas, opinions and contributions to this blog’s discussions are intended to tie experiences and knowledge from military leadership to its application in a corporate environment.


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About Dale Wilson –

DSC_6311With over twenty-five years of experience in sales and business management, and a career highlighted by promotion through increasingly responsible decision-making capacities, Dale Wilson possess a well-rounded and versatile background, with a proven leadership style that has appropriately balanced major elements of responsibility.  Most recently, Dale was the business Manager of Quadax Valves, Inc., leading all aspects of the company’s business operations.

Dale is a Veteran of the United States Navy (Active Duty & Reserve Components), serving from 1986 to 1994.  He was a Storekeeper (Supply Clerk/Logistics Specialist) and Canvasser Recruiter, attaining the rank of Second Class Petty Officer (E-5).  He Performed duties within the Supply Corps, such as requisitioning/procurement, warehousing, inventory management, shipping/receiving, etc.  He was Stationed in Norfolk, VA, Yokosuka, Japan, and Naples, Italy.  He Served with numerous Naval commands; Combat Logistics Group Two, USS Inchon (LPH 12), Naval Reserve Recruiting Command, Naval & Marine Corps Reserve Center Lehigh Valley, Commander Amphibious Force Seventh Fleet (CTF-76) and Sealift Logistics Command Europe/Sixth Fleet (CTF-63).  He Earned the Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation, Naval Reserve Meritorious Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Navy Recruiting Service Ribbon and Recruiting Command of Excellence Badge.

I am pleased that you have visited my blog.  This blog is meant to be informative and interactive.  I invite you to share your comments on any of the posts.  Additionally, I would like to hear from you.  Under the Connect tab to the right of the main page, you will find links to my LinkedIn profile; feel free to connect.  Also, I welcome your direct input via email.

I sincerely hope that you find this blog to be educational and inspiring.  Thanks for your continued support, and I look forward to connecting with you.

Dale Wilson

16 Responses to “About the Blog”

  1. Great resource. I look forward to reading your blogs.


  2. Great blog! I love the information about Act of Valor, and of course anything Marine Corps.


  3. Excellent posts! I had poked around the blog but missed one or two. I had not heard of that book before but might have to pick up a copy. If you would be interested, I would love to host a guest post from you on military leadership principles or such for candidates to read. I would of course give a big link back to your blog, too. Keep up the good work! Semper Fi


  4. Dale: Love the blog… and thanks so much for taking time to look at Mastermind Century Group as well. Look forward to learning more from you. all the best


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  6. Merely wanna remark that you have a very nice site, I love the layout it actually stands out.


  7. Hi Dale,
    We now have a “partners” page where we promote blogs that would help future Marine officers. Would you approve of being listed there? If yes, would you have a logo or banner type “ad” that you could share? See http://officercandidatesschool.com/partners/


  8. Dale…just ran across your blog and found some real quality writing on leadership. Keep up the good work and be sure to keep current. Thanks for what you are doing.


    • Thank you, Doug. Thank you for the kind words of approval and encouragement. Replying to your comment is the most I have done on my blog in quite some time. I hope to get back into the active and regular swing of blogging on leadership very soon. In the meantime, I am following your blog closely, and find your writings to be very, very well done. Keep up the good work yourself.

      Best regards,



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