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EFOnline.com takes the leadership principles taught by Echelon Front and packages them into a scalable, cost-effective model that provides access to EF leadership instructors. Bring the EF leadership principles to your organization for the fraction of the cost of bringing an Instructor on site.

 

What Courses Are Currently Available?

Core Courses:

  • Battle of Ramadi
  • Laws of Combat
  • Mindsets of Victory
  • Extreme Ownership
  • Over a dozen Frequently Asked Leadership questions answered by Jocko and Leif

Each Courses Includes Multiple Lessons. 

Is EF Online designed for the individual or meant for groups?

Designed for the individual.

is there a certificate of completion?
Yes. There is a downloadable certificate at the end of the "Extreme Ownership" module.
Can EF Online be easily accessed on a smartphone or tablet?

EFonline can be viewed on all mobile platforms although some functions will perform better on a laptop or desktop computer. 

What Browser does EF Online work best in?

On a laptop or desktop we recommend Firefox or Safari.

How long does a typical module take on average?

Each module takes between 20-75 minutes. Our users say it takes them about 6 hours to go through all of the content currently in the library. More will be loaded each month

How many modules are planned for EF Online?

 1 new module or live instructor session released every 1-2 months

When does monthly $12.99 payment incur?

After your first month, a $12.99 fee each month will occur for continued access.

SITREP – Situation Report: report on the current situation in a particular area

EXCHECK – Execution Checklist: list of tasks to complete

AAR – After Action Report: structured debrief of what happened, why it happened, and what could be done better as well as any other takeaways

CONOPS – Concept of Operations: A statement or diagram describing how an operation is to be carried out using the available resources

OPORD – Order of Operations: directive issued by a commander to subordinate leaders for the purpose of effecting the coordinated execution of an operation. Provides information and details essential for subordinate leaders to execute a mission. Outlines the situation, terrain, activities and overall mission concept to a group of leaders for understanding and execution.

FTX – Field Training Exercise: Echelon Front’s hands on application training of Extreme Ownership Principles

IAD – Immediate Action Drill: task or question to be completed immediately

TOC – Tactical Operations Center: command post for operations, usually includes a small group of specially trained personnel who guide members of an active tactical element during a mission

SOP– Standard Operating Procedure: set of instructions for completing a certain recurring task, best practice

CCIR– Commander’s Critical Information Requirements: Information that the person in charge must be notified of immediately

FIRE TEAM– small sub-unit of infantry designed to optimize tactical doctrine in combat. Depending on mission requirements, a typical fireteam consists of 4 members

CHECK– understood

NO FACTOR– don’t worry about it, all good

LEADERSHIP CAPITAL– leadership capital in a relationship is like money in the bank, you can make deposits and withdrawals with every interaction based on the way in which you communicate

STAND BY (TO GET SOME)– awaiting impact, waiting for a response

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Lost your password? Please enter your username or email address. You will receive a link to create a new password via email.

SITREP – Situation Report: report on the current situation in a particular area

EXCHECK – Execution Checklist: list of tasks to complete

AAR – After Action Report: structured debrief of what happened, why it happened, and what could be done better as well as any other takeaways

CONOPS – Concept of Operations: A statement or diagram describing how an operation is to be carried out using the available resources

OPORD – Order of Operations: directive issued by a commander to subordinate leaders for the purpose of effecting the coordinated execution of an operation. Provides information and details essential for subordinate leaders to execute a mission. Outlines the situation, terrain, activities and overall mission concept to a group of leaders for understanding and execution.

FTX – Field Training Exercise: Echelon Front’s hands on application training of Extreme Ownership Principles

IAD – Immediate Action Drill: task or question to be completed immediately

TOC – Tactical Operations Center: command post for operations, usually includes a small group of specially trained personnel who guide members of an active tactical element during a mission

SOP– Standard Operating Procedure: set of instructions for completing a certain recurring task, best practice

CCIR– Commander’s Critical Information Requirements: Information that the person in charge must be notified of immediately

FIRE TEAM– small sub-unit of infantry designed to optimize tactical doctrine in combat. Depending on mission requirements, a typical fireteam consists of 4 members

CHECK– understood

NO FACTOR– don’t worry about it, all good

LEADERSHIP CAPITAL– leadership capital in a relationship is like money in the bank, you can make deposits and withdrawals with every interaction based on the way in which you communicate

STAND BY (TO GET SOME)– awaiting impact, waiting for a response

EFOnline.com takes the leadership principles taught by Echelon Front and packages them into a scalable, cost-effective model that provides access to EF leadership instructors. Bring the EF leadership principles to your organization for the fraction of the cost of bringing an Instructor on site.

 

What Courses Are Currently Available?

Core Courses:

  • Battle of Ramadi
  • Laws of Combat
  • Mindsets of Victory
  • Extreme Ownership
  • Over a dozen Frequently Asked Leadership questions answered by Jocko and Leif

Each Courses Includes Multiple Lessons. 

Is EF Online designed for the individual or meant for groups?

Designed for the individual.

is there a certificate of completion?
Yes. There is a downloadable certificate at the end of the "Extreme Ownership" module.
Can EF Online be easily accessed on a smartphone or tablet?

EFonline can be viewed on all mobile platforms although some functions will perform better on a laptop or desktop computer. 

What Browser does EF Online work best in?

On a laptop or desktop we recommend Firefox or Safari.

How long does a typical module take on average?

Each module takes between 20-75 minutes. Our users say it takes them about 6 hours to go through all of the content currently in the library. More will be loaded each month

How many modules are planned for EF Online?

 1 new module or live instructor session released every 1-2 months

When does monthly $12.99 payment incur?

After your first month, a $12.99 fee each month will occur for continued access.

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